A familiar, friendly face for those living with dementia
Our mission: to give you the freedom to live the life you want – in your own home
What exactly is dementia?
The term Dementia covers a wide range of progressive symptoms affecting the memory and the brain.
Our brains comprise billions of neurones (or nerve cells) that use chemical signals to communicate with each. In people with dementia, these neurones deteriorate, preventing these messages from being sent efficiently. This can progressively affect all bodily functions.
There are hundreds of varieties of dementia. The stages of decline can be complex. It can be reassuring to know that your loved-one is receiving among the very best dedicated care and companionship – taking away much of the stress and worry that you may be suffering yourself.
Reassuring, familiar surroundings
Clearly, as dementia progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to live independently. Residential care is one solution but the consequential change in environment and routine can be daunting, even traumatic.
Today, home care is often the preferred solution – giving people the chance to stay in reassuring, familiar surroundings.
Our dementia care specialists are experienced, committed and have all the skills needed to provide outstanding dementia care. They have Dementia Champion accreditation and have completed the necessary training and assessment to a high standard.
Here at Paratus Partners, we are all dedicated to improving the quality of life of people living with dementia.
Do you simply need someone to look in on your loved-one at the start of the day – to help out with breakfast or personal care?
Perhaps the dementia is more serious and you need regular home visits or continuous live-in care.
Whatever is needed, we can help. Our support can include help with
Peace of mind.
Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your loved-one will benefit from a fully managed, licensed and regulated service
Every single day we help people across Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire to cope with the numerous challenges that accompany dementia and memory loss.
Dementia can be frightening and traumatic, causing distress to those who live it and stress, anxiety and worry for those who love and support them. But remember – with our dedicated, trained carers, we’re here to help.
Our service is available alongside several of our other services
Call us to find out more about clinical care at home. Arrange a free consultation with our nursing care team. We’d love to hear from you.