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Dementia care

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging, not only for the person living with dementia but also for their loved ones.
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"We remember their love when they can no longer remember"

Often, caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s or dementia in their own home can minimise upset and trauma to them and their families. In many cases, the comfort of familiar surroundings coupled with progressive, person-centered care can increase their general well-being.

This familiarity and comfort is so important because caring for someone with any type of dementia can be incredibly difficult to deal with at times. Rest assured that when you find yourself struggling practically, emotionally or physically - we're here to help! By asking for help, you are taking the first step to healing for your entire family.


We are dedicated to providing the highest quality and most sincere dementia and Alzheimer’s home care. We can help reduce the stress on family and caregivers by providing full support to the person living with dementia and being there to help you and your loved one throughout this challenging journey.


Many times, the family caregiver will feel a huge weight lifted off their shoulders the minute we arrive. In addition, most people are surprised to learn that we can save families money over other alternatives while providing significantly better and more personalised care to their loved one in the comfort of their own home.

Speak to us for advice, read our blog posts about caring for someone with dementia, give yourself permission to share the burden, and let's ensure that our final years are filled with compassion and dignity.

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Knowing that someone cares about you is a basic human need that is important to your health and happiness.

Costs are often front of mind - we strike the right balance to deliver the best quality care without costs running away.

We are also the children and siblings of aging loved-ones and understand many of the challenges you may be facing.

Ageing is changing, you might not want any of the traditional care options so take time to explore your options.

Passionate about care

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