Mental Health Services
In Home Dementia Support
Just Better Care’s experienced in-home dementia support professionals can assist with:
- Companionship and leisure activities
- Showering, dressing and grooming
- Prompting to take medication
- Shopping, errands and preparing meals
- Respite for carers
What can be done to help?
While there is currently no prevention or cure for dementia, medications have been found to reduce some of the symptoms.
Early diagnosis can be very helpful in relieving the stress and confusion about what is happening for the person with dementia, their family and friends.
Support is vital for people with dementia, and the help of families, friends and carers can make a positive difference in managing the condition.
How can Just Better Care help?
Just Better Care can offer “practical help” with a wide range of services delivered by workers trained in dementia care. The help may include social support and respite which can all make a positive difference to the individual and their carer.
A small amount of practical help can really make a big difference to how the family and person with the condition will be able to manage and cope. Just Better Care has skilled and trained staff that have the experience and skills to provide real support when it is needed.
Dementia Support Services
Over 330,000 Australians live with dementia illnesses, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia is mostly experienced by older people (it’s the greatest cause of disability in people aged over 65) but can also affect people in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
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