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Home Instead Senior Care – Elmbridge and Spelthorne Areas
Your Trusted Source for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care, Personal Care,
Home Help & Companionship For The Elderly & Other Clients Including The Disabled
A Better Option To Residential Care For Many Who Would Like To Live At Home Instead
For many people, the ideal residential home is their own home. Home Instead can help the elderly to stay living in their own home and make the difference between counting the years and living them.
We provide care & other services to the elderly. Only some clients need special Alzheimer’s & Dementia care, which is detailed on this page.
We have a separate page for Non-Alzheimer’s clients: For Personal Care, Home Help & Companionship For The Elderly & Other Clients Including The Disabled, please click here.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
There are currently 700,000 people with dementia in the UK and the Alzheimer’s Society expects this figure to rise to over 1 million by 2025. These are not just statistics; they represent numerous families with loved ones who require special care.
You are not alone. Since 1994, families like yours have trusted the Home Instead Senior Care office network to provide one-to-one care for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
It’s hard to imagine the stress a family experiences as it slowly loses a loved one to memory loss. The resulting emotional and physical demands on family care givers can be overwhelming, and your local Home Instead Senior Care office can help. Care Givers are available to provide your family with a trusted source of care so you can take a break.
We know it’s hard to ask for help and put your trust in others. Home Instead care givers are trained to provide a safe environment and to provide individual assistance and support to help your loved ones age with dignity and respect.
Three out of four have experience in caring for an older family member.
Thorough employment screening and background check process.
Extensive multi-phased training.
Specialised communication skills to help those who suffer from Alzheimer's disease.
Sensitivity to the needs of those with Alzheimer's and the stages of the disease.
Alzheimer’s Care Training Programme
The Society on Ageing has recognised Home Instead, in America for its exclusive care giver training programme designed by the George G. Glenner Alzheimer’s Family Centers Inc, world-renowned dementia and Alzheimer’s experts.
This programme and other professionally developed and recognised Alzheimer’s training programmes are used throughout Home Instead senior Care. They provide your care giver with the latest education and techniques, so you can be assured your loved one is with a trusted professional.
Maintaining Independence with Dignity and Respect
Care Givers are trained to:
Maintain a Safe Environment
Manage Change Behaviours
Provide Nutritional Meals
Provide Mind-Stimulating Activities
Create Social Interaction
Supervise Daily Activities
Getting to Know More About Home Instead Senior Care
The Home Instead Elmbridge and Spelthorne office is one of more than 700 independently owned and operated offices around the world.
The strict standards upheld throughout the Home Instead Senior Care network make it the trusted source of companionship and home care services for older people.
We also provide care services for other groups such as the the disabled. Services include companionship, meal preparation, personal care, medication reminders, light housekeeping, errands and shopping.
Care & Help Flexible To Your Needs
You can arrange Services for as little as a few hours a week or as many as 24 hours per day, seven days a week, including holidays. We’re ready to help. Contact us today, or when you’re ready for a break, and we’ll find a compatible care giver for your loved one. Contact our team today for a free, no obligation consultation.
“Dad got very lonely and upset after dinner every evening. I stayed with him all day but would need to go home to my own family at night. He was at the point of becoming anxious and fearful of being alone. That’s when we decided to make Bill, a professional Care Giver, a part of Dad’s life.
Bill stays with Dad until he falls asleep. He also works with him to keep his mind busy with puzzles or looking at family photos before bed. I saw Dad’s stress level decrease each day when I would get ready to leave because he knew Bill was on his way to see him.”