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Dementia Care

Dementia Care

At Bluebird Care we understand the devastating impact dementia can have on people's lives. We provide caring and sensitive domiciliary care support to help people live well with dementia.

To my deafness I have become accustomed, to my dentures I am resigned. I can manage without my bifocals. But oh how I miss my mind."

Sir Alec Douglas Hume (1903-1995) British politician and prime minister.

Dementia is not a natural consequence of aging. It is a cruel disease that destroys brain cells. Gradually losing the ability to remember, plan, use language and control our bodies is a frightening and confusing experience. It can cause fear, anxiety and a feeling of loneliness. At Bluebird Care we understand the significant adjustments you will have to make.

Our staff are passionate about:

  • Helping you maintain your confidence, independence and lifestyle

  • Providing much needed support to family carers.

We believe in seeing the whole person and not just the condition. We talk to you and your family to find out what is important to you, what you can do and what you would like to achieve from your care and support. We provide tailored domiciliary care and support to meet your specific needs and preferences.

Our aim is to help you manage the symptoms of dementia so that you can safely stay in control of your life as much as possible, for as long as possible.

Contact your local Bluebird Care office to discuss a domiciliary care and support service for you.

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