Dementia / Alzheimer’s Care​

Understanding Dementia

If you have a loved one suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, you can relate to the pain and misery the patient has to go through. It starts with minor incidents of forgetting little things such as going out with car keys. But, as the disease enters into he next stage, the patient starts forgetting a lot of important details and events concerning his life.
 
It ultimately reaches a stage where the victim forgets his or her association with family members and friends and faces trouble in performing daily activities. It is regarded as one of the worst diseases with regards to suffering since there is no cure discovered yet. But, for every dark night, there’s a brighter day.

How do we train our Dementia Care Workers?

People with dementia can often feel anxious, depressed and confused. The more everyone in their life understands what they are going through the better we can help them to maintain, improve, or regain their mental well-being. Our expert team is more than used to working with those suffering from dementia and making their lives easier and more comfortable.

Special Caring

Continuity of care to help your loved one stay at home
 
Support with memory and mental stimulation
 
Help with shopping and cleaning
 
Outdoor trips and walks in the park and other activities

Care Services

Transport to doctor or hospital appointments
 
Cleaning, laundry and other household chores
 
Help to remember key events and appointments
 
Conversation and companionship

Care Services

Palliative Care

With the growing need for care workers who can serve the elderly and patients with physical and mental disabilities, Ramsy Health care has emerged as the best personal care services provider in the community across London.

Supported Living​

With the growing need for care workers who can serve the elderly and patients with physical and mental disabilities, Ramsy Health care has emerged as the best personal care services provider in the community across London.

Learning Disability

Learning Disability care service is outcome-based, supporting you to live as independently as possible and empowering you to have choice and control over your care. We care for and support people of all ages who have learning disabilities and associated needs, such as communication difficulties, autism, epilepsy and physical disabilities.

Health Care Recruitment

You’re probably used to seeing nurses fill those gaps and if you’ve toyed with the idea of making the move to becoming an agency nurse – but just aren’t sure if it is right for you – then follow our guide below to reveal more about the pros and cons of joining a nursing agency.

Dementia / Alzheimer’s Care

If you have a loved one suffering from Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, you can relate to the pain and misery the patient has to go through. It starts with minor incidents of forgetting little things such as going out with car keys. But, as the disease enters into he next stage, the patient starts forgetting a lot of important details and events concerning his life.

Training & Support

At Ramsy Healthcare, we provide regular training for our care workers. Training is key to helping our care workers understand and facilitate safe and effective client care, giving them the confidence and competence to deliver an outstanding care service.

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