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Dementia Care

At Eaton Homecare our team is specially trained to care for people with Dementia.

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A wide range of
care options

A dementia diagnosis can be very worrying for both the individual and loved ones. There are various stages of the disease that require different types of care. Living with this disease does not necessarily mean that moving into a care home is the only, or right option. Eaton’s dementia homecare services provide a wide range of care options for people with dementia in their own home.

Specially trained carers

Our team is trained to NCFE Level 2 in Dementia Care, and we have regular talks scheduled with experts such as Alzheimer’s Society to continue the education process. We also support Dementia Friends across a range of initiatives.
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Our care for people
with Dementia

Staying at home means that people with dementia can keep more of their independence, be surrounded by a familiar environment, and see family and friends more often. Our carers can provide anything from a once a day visit to 24/7 live-in care, so no matter the stage of you / your loved one’s dementia, we can provide the care you need.

Keeping family involved

Our carers are experts in this field and have ample experience of caring for people with dementia and other mental health issues. We keep family involved in the process and fully informed about your or your loved one’s care. Our office team are also trained in dementia care so that they can offer the fullest support to both our clients and our carers.
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Guided by you

Our team will also help you or your loved one maintain the important parts of their life that are so helpful in managing dementia, such as engaging in interests and social engagements, recalling favourite memories and events, and staying as fit and healthy as possible.

More info on Dementia

If you have any questions or want to chat through care options available please get in touch.

Here is some more information on dementia and caring for dementia: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/health-wellbeing/conditions-illnesses/dementia/

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Want to know more about the costs?

Visit our ‘Cost of homecare page’ for more information

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