Dementia care services

Dementia care at home

At Clarity Homecare, we understand that caring for a family member who has dementia can be physically and emotionally challenging. With our experience and expertise, Clarity Homecare can provide exceptional Dementia Care to your loved one in the comfort of their own home.

Dementia Care Services

What is Dementia?

Dementia is not a specific disease; it is a general term that refers to a decline in cognitive abilities that affects daily activities. People aged over 65 are at significantly higher risk of the condition, but it can also affect younger individuals. It is estimated that Alzheimer’s disease is responsible for 60-80% of all dementia cases. Vascular Dementia, Frontotemporal Dementia, Lewy Body, and other forms comprise the remaining 20-40%. Many suffering from Dementia, especially those over 75, develop mixed dementia. Mixed dementia is a combination of different types. The most common combination is Alzheimer’s disease and Vascular dementia.

Symptoms of Dementia

What are the signs and symptoms of Dementia?

Symptoms of dementia can vary from person to person. Some examples include:

Dementia Care

What is Dementia Care?

Dementia Care is condition-led support designed to meet the unique needs of those with dementia. It can enhance care recipients’ and their families’ quality of life by providing practical and emotional support, promoting independence, and respecting dignity.

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Why choose Dementia Care at home?

Maintaining familiarity and routine is crucial when caring for someone who has dementia; no place is more familiar than your own home.

The prospect of leaving the familiar comforts of home behind for a care facility can be daunting for anyone, especially for those suffering from memory loss and confusion that is associated with Dementia.

With appropriate at-home support, it is possible to create a comprehensive condition-led care plan that aligns your loved one's daily routines with their unique needs.

Our approach

Clarity Homecare's approach to Dementia Care

Our approach to Dementia Care centred around building meaningful relationships, offers personalised support that:

Helps your loved one remain safe and calm at home

Builds confidence and encourages engagement

Provides nutritious meals and activities to promote healthy eating

Creates opportunities for social interaction

Provides mind-stimulating activities

Builds self-esteem and enhances physical strength

Manages and soothes challenging behaviours

Helps families take a rest from caring

We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction; we treat our service users and their families with Compassion, Dignity and Respect.
Ensure exceptional Dementia Care Services at home with Clarity Homecare.

Why choose us?

Why choose Clarity Homecare?

Led by experts with 28+ years in the industry

Supporting thousands of service users nationwide

Local offices throughout the UK

Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered

In-house training to city & guilds standards

Carefully matched care professionals

Fully bespoke and regularly reviewed care plans

Core values of compassion, and dignity with a family ethos

How do I start receiving Home Care?

Follow our five-step guide to arrange the best care solution for you


Contact your local Clarity office


Receive a free consultation

Our friendly care team at your local office will schedule a complimentary care assessment.


Agree on your bespoke care plan

We work with you to create a bespoke care plan tailored to your requirements.


Be carefully matched with a Clarity Care Professional

After carefully assessing your requirements, we identify and match you with a Clarity Care Professional who aligns perfectly with your needs.


Your home care begins

Once you’re happy with your care plan, your care begins, with your dedicated care manager overseeing each step for a seamless experience. Your well-being is our priority.


Frequently Asked Questions

Dementia is a syndrome that can be caused by diseases that affect the brain. Alzheimer’s is one of the diseases known to cause dementia.

Alzheimer’s disease is by far the most common cause of Dementia; it is responsible for 60-80% of all dementia cases.

High-quality condition-led support for individuals with dementia enhances their quality of life. Specialised Dementia care provides recipients with a vital layer of understanding, safety, and support.

Providing optimised care for people with dementia is crucial. It involves creating a safe and supportive environment that enables them to maintain their independence and dignity. Effective communication, patience, and empathy are vital skills that caregivers need to have. By understanding the person’s needs and preferences, caregivers can provide personalised care that enhances quality of life and promotes well-being.

If someone with Dementia experiences memory loss, behavioural changes, or struggles with daily tasks, it is essential to address these concerns promptly and consider Dementia Care at home.

Our Dementia care services adapt to the different stages of a dementia journey. In the early stages, individuals may require companionship and general household support. As dementia advances, we extend our services to provide more comprehensive support.

Regularly offering your support is recommended, as they could be too proud or not confident enough to ask when they need help. Always try to respect their dignity and promote their independence. Engaging in enjoyable activities with your loved one can improve their mood, reduce the risk of depression and anxiety, and decrease irritability.
At-home Dementia Care from a reputable homecare provider should also be considered; this can be essential in improving quality of life and minimising their rate of cognitive decline.

Before providing dementia care, our care professionals receive in-house dementia training that is City & Guilds Assured. This specialist training is aimed at providing an understanding of dementia, the stages of dementia, effective support methods, recognising symptoms and cognitive changes and improving communication techniques.

It is not always necessary for individuals with Dementia to give up their pets. Clarity Homecare can provide at-home Pet Care alongside Dementia Care if required. Many people in the early stages of Dementia can still care for their furry companion. The type of pet, however, should be carefully considered; a cat or a small, calm dog, for example, is far more suitable than a large, boisterous dog. Research indicates that owning pets can positively affect people with dementia.

If you have a loved one with dementia who is exhibiting aggressive behaviour, it may be time to consider specialist at-home Dementia Care from a reputable homecare provider. A suitable care provider can work alongside family members to implement strategies that have been proven to minimise aggression in those with dementia.

We have years of experience in assisting families caring for loved ones with Dementia at home. Our team of specialist Care Professionals receive in-house dementia training that is City & Guilds Assured. We understand the challenges of caring for someone with dementia. Contact us to learn how we can assist you.

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