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Our Dementia Live-in Care Services

Here at A Class Care, we recognise that every person's experience with dementia is unique. Our team consists of highly trained and experienced care workers who are dedicated to tailoring personalised care to meet the specific needs of each individual. With empathy and patience as our guiding principles, we aim to enhance the quality of life for our clients and ensure their well-being.


Our approach to dementia care goes beyond mere physical assistance. We strive to foster a comforting and familiar atmosphere, creating a sense of security and contentment for those under our care. We actively engage individuals in activities that stimulate their minds, promote social interaction, and nurture meaningful connections.


We understand that dementia can disrupt daily routines, and that's where we step in with a helping hand. Whether it's providing assistance with personal care, medication management, or meal preparation, our compassionate caregivers are committed to offering reliable and trustworthy support.


At A Class Care, we firmly believe in the importance of family involvement. We value open communication and actively collaborate with families to ensure their loved ones receive the best possible care. We provide guidance and support, offering peace of mind and reassurance during this challenging journey.


Dignity and respect are at the core of our care philosophy. Our caregivers undergo extensive training in dementia care techniques, equipping them with the understanding and ability to respond to the unique needs and behaviours associated with the condition. We are dedicated to creating a safe and nurturing environment that fosters independence and upholds the dignity of each person in our care.


If you are seeking compassionate and professional dementia care, we invite you to reach out to us. Our compassionate team is here to listen, address your concerns, and discuss how we can provide the support you and your loved one need. Let us be your trusted partner, offering consistent care and unwavering support throughout every step of this journey.

What is Dementia?


Dementia is a medical term used to describe a group of symptoms that over a period of time can affect memory, problem solving and communication, and is caused by different diseases that damage the brain. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia but there are different types of Dementia such as:


 Lewy Body Dementia

 Frontal temporal Dementia

 Vascular Dementia


The effects of Dementia can be small but as the symptoms progress it can become severe enough to affect the person and their loved one’s day to day life. The symptoms of dementia can be unique to the individual and can depend on the parts of the brain the nature of the disease-causing Dementia, it can be a confusing and often scary time for the patient and their loved one.

What we do


Our clients are more than their diagnoses. They are a person we support to maintain as much independence as possible within their own homes. Not only do we provide daily support including meal preparation, administrating of medication, personal care we also work with a number a partners to provide Music Therapy and Cognitive Simulation therapy.


Our Dementia trained Services Manager who works closely with our clients to look at their history, through our life book, will find the things they like, don’t like, what makes them smile so we can help to forge a bond between our matched carer and client.

We offer holistic support service that is designed to meet the individual needs of our clients.

What we do - Dementia Live-In Care


All Carers are trained in Dementia Care

All staff including Senior Management are trained in Dementia Care, supporting clients within their own home and working within our centre of excellence guidance.

We work with Community Dementia Nurse

We have a dedicated specialist support team that can help our clients if they wake during the night, changes in behaviour and may need a medical review
We work on a solution-based approachOur dedicated team are trained to monitor any actions that can cause triggers with our clients including interrupted sleeping, wandering and more
We work with partnering agenciesWe work with a number of agencies including the policy, fire service and support groups to offer counselling, training counselling and safety work shops

Benefits of Dementia - Live-In Care


 Personalised Care: Tailored care plans that consider the individual's specific needs, routines, and preferences


 Continuity of Care: Consistent caregiver presence ensures familiarity and reduces confusion and anxiety


 Familiar Environment: Care provided in the comfort of the individual's own home, reducing disorientation


 Emotional Support: Companionship and emotional support to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation


 Safety: Round-the-clock supervision and assistance to prevent accidents and ensure safety


 Medication Management: Proper administration and monitoring of medications to maintain health


 Promotes Independence: Encourages engagement in daily activities and routines while ensuring safety


 Cognitive Stimulation: Engages individuals in stimulating activities to help maintain cognitive function


 Nutritional Support: Assistance with meal preparation and nutrition to maintain overall health


 Respite for Family: Offers family caregivers a much-needed break and peace of mind

Dementia Champion


Working with clients with Dementia we understand, first hand, some of the difficulties they face daily. It is important for our team to work with our local community to help them understand what Dementia is, how to support some with Dementia and offer practical advice & guidance. This why our team are Dementia Champions.

What is a Dementia Champion?


A dementia champion is an individual who advocates for and supports people living with dementia. They are compassionate, knowledgeable, and dedicated individuals who strive to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and improve the lives of those affected by dementia.


Dementia champions play a crucial role in promoting understanding, empathy, and appropriate care for individuals with dementia. They educate others about dementia, its impact, and the importance of creating dementia-friendly environments. They work to empower individuals with dementia, their families, and healthcare professionals by providing information, resources, and support.


We recognise the significance of dementia champions and the invaluable contributions they make to enhance the well-being and dignity of those living with dementia. This is why are team members are dementia champions. Their dedication and advocacy help create a more inclusive and supportive society for individuals with dementia, fostering a greater sense of compassion, respect, and understanding for their unique needs and challenges.

Music Therapy


Music therapy for dementia is a therapeutic approach that utilises music and musical activities to improve the well-being, cognitive functioning, emotional state, and quality of life of individuals living with dementia. It involves the use of music, both listening and active participation, to address various symptoms and challenges associated with dementia.

Here are some key aspects of music therapy for dementia:


 Personalised approach: Music therapy is tailored to the individual's preferences, background, and abilities. The therapist works closely with the person with dementia to understand their musical preferences, favourite songs, and meaningful musical experiences.


 Emotional and psychological benefits: Music has the power to evoke memories, emotions, and create a sense of connection. Listening to familiar music or engaging in musical activities can help reduce anxiety, agitation, and depression often experienced by individuals with dementia.


 Cognitive stimulation: Music therapy can stimulate various cognitive functions, including memory, attention, and language. Singing familiar songs, engaging in rhythm exercises, or playing musical instruments can help activate neural pathways and stimulate cognitive abilities.


 Social interaction: Music therapy sessions often involve group participation, fostering social connections and a sense of community among participants. Singing together, playing instruments as a group, or engaging in musical conversations can promote social engagement and reduce feelings of isolation.


 Motor skills and physical engagement: Playing musical instruments, rhythmic movements, and dancing can improve motor skills, coordination, and physical mobility. These activities provide an opportunity for individuals with dementia to engage in enjoyable physical movements.


 Caregiver involvement: Music therapy can also involve caregivers and family members. They can participate in sessions or be trained in using music as a therapeutic tool to connect with their loved ones with dementia, promote communication, and enhance their relationship.


Music therapy for dementia can be conducted by trained music therapists who specialize in working with individuals with cognitive impairments. It can take place in various settings, including care homes, day centres, or individual homes. Sessions can be one-on-one or in a group format, depending on the needs and preferences of the participants.


The benefits of music therapy for dementia have been widely recognized, including improvements in mood, reduced agitation and behavioural symptoms, enhanced communication, increased social engagement, and overall well-being. However, it's important to note that the response to music therapy can vary among individuals, and the specific outcomes may differ. It is recommended to involve a qualified music therapist who can assess and tailor the therapy to the unique needs of each person with dementia.