dementia care

Our Dementia Care Services Include

Personal Care: Receive support with personal care needs tailored to your specific requirements. Our support workers assist with showering, dressing, and medication management, ensuring comfort and dignity are maintained. With gentle and compassionate care, we help you navigate daily routines with ease.

Help at Home: Maintain a clean and comfortable living environment with our assistance. Our support workers provide help with house cleaning, ensuring your home remains tidy and organised.

Respite Care: Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging, and family caregivers deserve a break. Our respite care services offer temporary relief, allowing family members to rest and recharge while ensuring their loved one receives the care and attention they need. Whether it’s for a few hours or a few days, we provide compassionate support when you need it most.

Transport and Shopping: Stay connected with the community and attend appointments. We can can help you find out where you can apply for a total mobility card which entitles you to half price taxi fares. In some special cases, our support worker may be able to drive your vehicle if your Service Plan enables this.

Emotional Support and Companionship: Our support workers offer compassionate emotional support and companionship to individuals with dementia. Whether it’s engaging in meaningful conversations, reminiscing about past experiences, or simply being present, we provide comfort and companionship that enriches the lives of those we care for.

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Why Choose Geneva's Dementia Care Services?

Specialised Care Expertise: At Geneva Healthcare, we have extensive experience in caring for individuals with dementia. Our support workers undergo specialised training to understand the unique needs and behaviours associated with dementia, ensuring compassionate and effective care at all times.

Personalised Care Plans: We understand that each person with dementia is unique, and our approach is tailored to their individuality. Our care plans are person-centred, focusing on the preferences, abilities, and life history of each individual, promoting a sense of dignity and respect.

24/7 Wrap-around support: We’re on call 24/7 and will have regular check ins with person we support to review their support plan so that their support services continue to meet their changing needs and preferences.

Experience the difference that Geneva Healthcare’s Dementia Support Services can make in the lives of individuals living with dementia and their families. Contact us today to learn more about how we can provide compassionate and specialised care tailored to your unique needs.

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When is it time to enlist Dementia Care?

Increased Care Needs: As dementia progresses, individuals may require increasingly complex care and support to manage their daily activities and maintain their overall well-being. Our support workers are trained to provide personalised care tailored to the unique needs of individuals with dementia, ensuring they receive the support they need at every stage of the disease.

Caregiver Stress and Burnout: Caring for a loved one with dementia can be emotionally and physically demanding, leading to caregiver stress and burnout. If you or your family caregiver are feeling overwhelmed or exhausted, our Dementia Care services offer respite and support, allowing caregivers to take breaks and recharge while ensuring continuity of care for individuals with dementia.

Safety Concerns: Dementia can impact an individual’s ability to safely navigate their environment, increasing the risk of accidents or injuries. If there are concerns about safety at home due to forgetfulness, confusion, or difficulty managing household tasks, our Dementia Care services can provide the necessary support to ensure a safe and secure living environment.

Social Isolation: Individuals living with dementia may experience social isolation and loneliness due to communication difficulties or changes in behaviour. Our support workers offer companionship and engagement, providing opportunities for social interaction, meaningful activities, and emotional support to promote social connectedness and wellbeing.

Changes in Behaviour or Mood: Changes in behaviour or mood, such as agitation, aggression, or withdrawal, may indicate the progression of dementia and the need for specialised care.

Progression of the Disease: As dementia progresses, individuals may require increasing levels of care and support to meet their evolving needs. Our Dementia Care services are designed to adapt to the changing needs of individuals with dementia, ensuring they receive the highest quality of care and support throughout the course of the disease.

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