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Our Dementia Support service will save you the time and stress of searching for services at a difficult and emotional time. It can be a challenging time for families when a relative is diagnosed with dementia, but it is also the time to consider the options for the future together. If you are a couple it is important for the carer to make informed decisions about the future also at this time. We have links to competitively priced legal and financial professionals for advice and services that encompass and complement all elements of dementia planning We will also support and guide you through the complex care system at an emotional time. Knowing what support is available to you both is key to managing the future.
We can tailor-make a package of support to suit you. Everyone has a different experience of caring for someone with dementia depending on the relationship you have with the person you care for, how long it took for them to get a diagnosis, the type of dementia they have and your own personal circumstances. You may also have work and family commitments as well as your caring role.
We know from experience that 'one size doesn't fit all' for dementia support. Our service offers you the opportunity to select the support you need that is appropriate to your individual circumstances now.
Carers often say they feel forgotten at this difficult time, all the appointments are for their loved one and the services offered usually are too. Family and friends may offer sympathy but they can't empathise unless they are also caring for someone with dementia.
Our fees are reasonable and there's no contract that ties you in long-term.