Get in there early for dementia care

We’re here to provide a wide range of quality care services. Included here is domiciliary care. Its focus is to allow you to stay at home while we attend to your needs when you need us. This ensures your comfort and independence while simultaneously supporting your health and wellbeing. Our team members have more than three decades of experience. As a result, we can deliver great services for all kinds of situations.

Domiciliary careDementia refers to a person’s impaired ability to make decisions, remember, and think. It can interfere with all kinds of everyday activities. The most common cause is Alzheimer’s. Sadly both are progressive conditions, so the symptoms worsen with time. As a result, anyone with either condition will need special care. Starting this early can be very helpful.

Seniors in the early dementia stage can handle some elements of daily life solo. If you add the proper care tailored to their needs as well, they can still enjoy their lives while living in cognitive decline. They can live with enjoyment, some independence, and dignity at home. By introducing support as soon as possible, you can make things easier. Let’s discuss the advantages of early care.

Establishing routine

Firstly, and most importantly, you can establish a routine. It can aid with the obstacles of losing short term memory. Routines are typically linked to procedural and long term memory. Alzheimer’s tends to go after short term memory first. As such, creating a consistent daily routine early after a diagnosis can help massively. People may remember it well into the condition’s middle stages. This could alleviate feelings of anxiety, frustration, and confusion. It also reduces the risk of issues like wandering.

Safety precautions

Secondly, you can enact safety precautions. It is common for dementia sufferers to get lost or wander off somewhere. This can put their wellbeing in jeopardy. Introducing safety modifications and preventive measures early can help stop incidents from occurring. Your care team will help you determine what measures are necessary.


Lastly, care services can give family caregivers a break. Caring for someone with dementia is a marathon rather than a sprint. It can drain people mentally and physically. Having professional carers come in can enable primary caregivers to care for themselves and recharge. This is better for everyone.

A flexible domiciliary care service

At Diamond Care and Support, we see each client as an individual. They all have value and deserve their own identity. Thanks to our services, clients can retain independence and their dignity. At the same time, they can get support to help with various aspects of their health and wellbeing.

So, if you’d like to know more about how we can help with domiciliary care, please let us know. Our services are high quality, with Good scores across the board from regulator CQC.