Excellent Dementia Care At Home With Red Rose Care

Red Rose Care provides outstanding dementia care at home for a range of people across Lancashire. Our nurse-led team receives specialist training and is kept up to date on the latest techniques and guidance relating to dementia care.

The Red Rose dementia carers understand that having a loved one with Dementia can be demanding, stressful and worrying for you and the person living with dementia. We go above and beyond to provide compassionate and respectful care in your home. Red Rose Care provides a wide range of home care services, tailored to you.

We also understand the importance of routine and familiarity, which is why we always aim to send the same carers to a person living with dementia.

Red Rose Carer providing live-in care

For experienced and dignified dementia care at home that is tailored to you or your loved one, get in touch. Our office team is always available to chat and answer any questions you may have. The office is open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm (but we care 24/7).

Tel: 01772 963 740

Email: [email protected]

Is Dementia Care At Home Right For My Loved One?

In the early stages of dementia, people can live independently at home, especially if they stay socially active, prioritise their mental and physical health, talk to familiar people regularly and stay in a routine.

However, as the illness progresses, you or your loved one may need help with basic day to day tasks, such as personal care, medication management, shopping, meal preparation and household chores. Help leaving the home to attend appointments and socialise may also be required.

It is usually best for someone living with dementia to receive this help in their own home. This is because a change of environment and routine can be extremely difficult for someone living with dementia.

home carers with support plan

With the right care and support, a person living with dementia can lead an fulfilling life, especially if they are in the comfort and familiarity of their own home.

Dementia is a broad term that covers a wide range of medical conditions recognised for affecting the way our brain works. Alzheimer’s Disease is the main cause of dementia, however, there are other causes, such as chronic depression, medication side effects, thyroid problems and vitamin deficiencies. Dementia can also be the result of a stroke or a series of mini-strokes.

Alzheimer’s Disease is the leading type of dementia, and Vascular Dementia is the second most common type of dementia. Mixed dementia, is a combination of the two.

Symptoms of dementia vary from person to person.