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Planning for the Transition to a Dementia Care Facility

Understanding the Need for Transition Key Takeaways: Transitioning to a dementia care facility requires careful planning and consideration of various factors. Recognizing signs indicating the need for a transition and conducting thorough assessments aids in a smoother transition process.   Understanding the Need for Transition Recognizing Signs for Transition When the challenges of caring for […]

Recognizing the Signs: When to Consider Dementia Care Facilities

Understanding the Need for Dementia Care Facilities Key Takeaways: Complete Homecare 24 in Lurgan, Northern Ireland, provides innovative nursing home alternatives, offering personalised home care services. Services include respite care, hospital-to-home transitions, dementia care, overnight/live-in carers, palliative care, and adult special needs support. Understanding Dementia: A Complex Cognitive Condition Dementia represents a multifaceted cognitive decline […]

A Helping Hand at Home: The Role of CH24’s Home Carers

What is the meaning of home carer? A home carer, often referred to as a home caregiver or home health aide, is a trained professional or a compassionate individual who provides essential care and support to individuals in the comfort of their own homes. The primary role of a home carer is to assist individuals […]

Dementia Care Redefined: CH24’s Commitment to Quality of Life

At what point should dementia patients go into care? Deciding when a dementia patient should transition into care is a nuanced process that hinges on several factors. Foremost among these considerations is the individual’s safety and well-being. If the person with dementia is exhibiting behaviours or conditions that pose a significant safety risk, such as […]

Caring for Loved Ones with Dementia CH24’s Approach

What does dementia care mean? Dementia care refers to the specialized support and assistance provided to individuals who have been diagnosed with dementia, a progressive cognitive disorder characterized by a decline in memory, thinking abilities, and other cognitive functions. Dementia care is designed to address the unique needs and challenges faced by individuals with dementia, […]

Dementia Care: Coping As A Carer

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be an emotionally and physically challenging journey.    Dementia, a progressive neurological disorder that affects memory, cognitive function, and behaviour, requires significant care and support, often falling on the shoulders of family members or caregivers.    As a caregiver, it’s essential to develop coping strategies to manage […]

The Importance of Communication in Dementia Care

Introduction: Navigating the landscape of dementia care requires a foundational understanding of the unique communication hurdles faced by individuals living with this condition. Effective communication is not just about exchanging information; it’s about fostering an empathetic connection that acknowledges the individual’s experiences, challenges, and humanity. In this comprehensive guide, we delve into the essence of […]

Dementia Symptoms: Why Do They Fluctuate?

It can be challenging to accept that your loved one has dementia. Even worse, though, is when you are unable to assist them because you do not comprehend their symptoms. Dementia is a term used to describe a decline in cognitive abilities, such as memory, language, and problem-solving skills. Dementia symptoms can range from mild […]

Early Signs of Dementia That You Should Be Aware of

Every September, the home care community bands together to provide support and knowledge surrounding dementia. It is important to challenge the stigma surrounding Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. The theme for this World Alzheimer’s Month is “know dementia”, which focuses on spotting early signs of dementia that lead to diagnosis and how to support […]

How to Create a Plan For Home Care For Dementia

When it comes to finding home care for dementia, it is important that the best care possible is supplied for your loved ones. Dementia is a cruel disease that affects over 900,000 people in the UK. So, once your loved one has been diagnosed and requires full-time care, dementia care plans can help both the […]

What Stage Should Someone With Dementia Go Into Care?

In the UK, there are around 900,000 people suffering from dementia, which is projected to rise to at least 1.6 million by 2040. There are many existing facilities in place to assist, including dementia home care services and specific care homes. But, how do you know when these systems should be put into place?   […]