A change of routine and environment can be very daunting for someone who’s living with dementia.

At AM2PM care, we appreciate that diagnosis of dementia can be an isolating and frightening experience, but we passionately believe that it is absolutely possible to live well with dementia.

We’re helping people every day  to cope with the various challenges that come with dementia and memory loss. With hundreds of different strains of this sometimes-debilitating condition, and many different stages.

What you can expect from our specialist dementia home care
  • Understanding of the nature of dementia and how it affects every individual differently
  • Proactive attitude to life and the firm belief that it is possible to live well with dementia
  • Support with personal care, such as bathing and continence care
  • Preparation of nutritious and well-balanced meals
  • Assistance with household tasks
  • We ensure that medication is taken at necessary times
  • Heartfelt companionship

Have questions?

Your local team of Client Care Managers are on call 24/7 to answer your questions and work with you to design a customized plan of care that is right for you.

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Dementia Home Care Provides

People with dementia need to have their privacy and dignity respected at all times. Don’t assume your loved one won’t feel embarrassed or upset because they have dementia. AM2PM loves to provide with some exceptional services.

Benefits of our specialist dementia care
  • Remain living in the familiar surroundings of your own home
  • Maintain your routines
  • AM2PM who have received specialist training 
  • Better value for money than a care home 
  • Proactive encouragement and support to continue living an enriched life 
  • Complete emotional support for yourself and your loved ones
  • Reassurance –  regular reviews to make sure you have the right support
Points to remember
  • People with dementia are faced with things they don’t understand every day
  • Dementia causes ‘missing links’ between brain cells. This makes it harder for people with dementia to store and retrieve information
  • Don’t try to ‘bring them to the present’. This only causes more distress, confusion and frustration.