Whatever a person’s symptoms, our focus is always on a person-centred approach to care.
The vast spectrum of dementia disorders can often present challenging and unpredictable behaviour, but whatever a person’s symptoms, our approach puts the emphasis on them, rather than the illness and the challenges it presents.
We take time to understand each person’s life story and build up a deep understanding of each individual which is essential in ensuring that, wherever possible, each person still has control over their own life decisions.
Strong relationships are fundamental to well-being and happiness and we work closely with families and loved ones, offering support and advice and help them to adapt and manage their particular circumstances. This can be particularly challenging with early on-set dementia, which affects people at a younger age and can create a complex range of challenges where a person may still be working or supporting a family while coming to terms with their illness.
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After just a few short months in her new home, Iris, who lives with very complex dementia, is able to enjoy mealtimes in the dining room, eating with a knife and fork - something I never dreamt would happen.
Social worker, Sheffield
To speak to our team about complex dementia care in our homes call 01709 565700