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Dementia Care Ipswich, Suffolk 

If you’re looking for dementia care in Ipswich, Suffolk, the Allwell Care team can help. Our team of specialist carers have comprehensive training on how to deal with the often difficult side effects of dementia. But it doesn’t just take knowledge; our carers are chosen for their empathetic and caring natures too. 
This way, you can have full peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are being supported by professionals, who care. 
So for Dementia care in Ipswich, Suffolk, contact the Allwell Care team today, to be on the road to better care for your loved ones. 

Home Care for Dementia Patients in Ipswich, Suffolk 

Allwell care specialises in providing home care for dementia patients in Ipswich, Suffolk; we know the hardships that dementia brings, and we want to help. 
Our home care for dementia patients supplies your loved ones with physical and emotional support. Some examples of the day to day activities we help our patients to carry out include but are not limited too: 
Day-to-day household tasks 
Personal care and hygiene 
Food preparation 
Managing medications 
We tailor our services to you and your loved ones. You tell us how many hours and what kind of dementia care services you want. 
Get in touch below, our affable team is ready to help. 
Dementia is the name given to a group of symptoms that cause a decline in mental ability. Alzheimers is a specific type of dementia that affects thought, memory, and behaviours. Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The symptoms of dementia get more severe as time progresses. 
So while Alzheimer's disease is a specific disease, dementia is a more general term which describes a set of symptoms. Dementia and Alzheimer's disease can be incredibly difficult to manage, contact our team today to discuss a dementia home care plan
It is absolutely integral that dementia patients stay socially active as it enables a better quality of life and can drastically improve their wellbeing. 
Some of the best activities for dementia patients include: 
Dementia-friendly organised activities such as dance sessions, swimming and even the gym. 
Activities in the arts, drama groups and painting classes are a great way to get involved! 
Find a local memory cafè, set up by the Alzheimers society, you can check the locations here. 
Organised singing groups such as Singing for The Brain, find one here. 
Our carers can help assist patients with these activities, enquire with the team today

Our Other Services 

Want to learn more about our care services? 
Get in touch with our experienced team of care workers today by filling out the enquiry form on our contact us page. We aim to get back to you as quickly as possible, so please ensure all the information you provide is correct. Or if you would like to speak to a member of our friendly care team then please give us a call. 
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