Dementia Care.

EveryDay helps individuals, and their carers and families, to manage complex health conditions, such as dementia and end-of-life care.

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EveryDay Dementia Care

 

Specialist dementia support

We support people living with dementia, their carers and families, on every step of their dementia journey from pre-diagnosis to end of life care. We recognised that no two people living with dementia are the same which is why all of our care packages are person centred to support your individual needs, preferences and requirements.

Our Support

We pride ourselves on providing a high quality, reliable service. 

Person-centred care

EveryDay Dementia Care offers skilled support with everyday tasks which may be more challenging due to living with dementia.

Supported health care

Our Dementia Team recognises how important family carers are in supporting a person living with dementia. We work with family carers in partnership to develop a person centred care package for now and into the future and can sign post you into other specialist dementia services i.e. Admiral Nurses.

Specialised support

All of our specialist Dementia Team undergo advanced training and receive ongoing clinical support from Admiral Nurses (Admiral Nurses are registered mental health nurses with experience and expertise in dementia care) to ensure your loved one receives the best dementia care possible. Our care team is trained by our Admiral Nurses to support family and friends to continue in their caring role caring and supporting their relative or friend to live well at home with dementia.

 

Supporting others

Our business is run as a social enterprise, wholly owned by the charity Age UK North Tyneside. This means that all profits we generate are donated back to our charity to help fund vital services for older people.

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End of life care

Our Admiral Nurses can continue to support families as the person they care for nears the end of their life and also with feelings of loss and bereavement. We appreciate and understand the feelings carers may have at this time and are here to help.

 

Our highly-trained Home Care team also provide specialist end of life care at home.

How our Admiral Nurse Kirsty helped:

“First impressions are vital, especially given the fear my parents and many people in distress feel. Kirsty arrived promptly , professional, respectful , and interested . She approached them so gently. They felt listened to and opened up. It wasn’t an easy discussion, all kinds of emotions were expressed. She quietly noted how they were in themselves, how they were living, and how the family dynamics worked. She quickly and sensitively pulled together an assessment with recommendations, explaining her role and what the service could offer. ”

 

“From then on Kirsty has walked with us all the way through, supporting, signposting and caring, making sure Dad has access to all the help he needs , and Mam , as his main carer has the support and information she needs . Kirsty has helped me to acknowledge the reality of being carer to them both, and provided us all with expert information, insights, and resources. She has liaised with the GP, Memory Clinic, Pharmacist and whoever else we have needed to work with . There are far too many examples of great practice to list here”.

 

“As a result my parents are still enjoying living in their own home. With Kirsty’s patient and subtle guidance we have adapted as a family in a way that keeps them where they want to be , both for now, and maybe for the longer term. We hope so. What we do know is we have support at each step along the way”.

Speak to our Customer Service Team today

If you’re thinking about accessing support for yourself or a loved one, we’re here to help whether you’d like more information, need some advice or want to discuss the support available.

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