Dementia Care Solutions

Dementia care which makes daily life as normal as possible

Care solutions for clients with cognitive disorders

We can help your loved one stay comfortable, safe and at home while living with dementia. We provide specialised care plans for clients with cognitive disorders across North-East Wales and Cheshire. We’ll work with you to design a care plan and match your loved one with a dedicated care provider.

Areas we coverDementia care can provide needed relief and support to those who care for family members with dementia. If you act as a caregiver for a loved one, we can make caregiving less overwhelming. You can dedicate more time to family, or spending quality time with your loved one. — About the care services we offer.


1 When you contact us, we’ll schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. This will give us the chance to learn about your loved one’s situation, laying the foundation for their individual care plan. At the same time, we’ll answer any questions about in-home care.

Care plan

2 We’ll continue to develop your loved one’s care plan and coordinate with doctors or other health professionals. This allows us to develop the care plan in accordance with medical directives and plan meals according to a doctor’s recommendations.

Care provider

3 The final step is matching your loved one with a qualified care provider. All our care providers are screened carefully prior to placement and we’ll work closely with you and your loved one to find the right fit.


How soon can a carer be placed?

We aim to have a caregiver placed within 2–4 weeks during which we’ll work with you to ensure a suitable match.

How do you match a carer with my parent?

The needs and requirements of a loved one are carefully assessed and the carer’s experience and skills are matched to them.

For what hours is care available?

Daytime care during daylight hours, evening care, and overnight care involves caregivers being present during the night.

Can carers be changed if not a good fit?

Our goal is to match a caregiver with your loved one, but if an assigned carer is not a good fit, it’s possible to make a change.

Can a carer provide nursing care?

Our caregivers do not provide nursing care, but we work closely with doctors, dieticians, district nurses, and physiotherapist.

Is respite care available?

We offer respite care in your own home which allows you to take a break while ensuring your loved one receives the care they need.

Is financial support available?

Financial support or partial support is available through your local council. We recommend a social worker assessment to determine your eligibility.

Is an assessment of my relative carried out?

We take a person-centred approach and Our assessment covers basic care requirements, medication needs, and social activities.

What areas do you cover?

We currently help people living with dementia across North-East Wales and Cheshire. However, we’re actively working on expanding our coverage.

Client stories

Home care catered to specific personal needs

We’ll work with you to design a care plan and match your loved one with a dedicated care provider.


Family member

Miranda’s mother Elizabeth has been diagnosed with vascular dementia which came as a shock to her family. The role of caregiver fell to Miranda—who is an only child—although she has a busy marketing career.


Care provider

Kacey is a dementia care nurse who provides care and support to people living with dementia. Her gentle and patient nature—combined with her expertise—earned her a reputation as an empathetic caregiver.


Patient living with dementia

Willie is 65 and was diagnosed with dementia two years ago. Willie wanted to remain in the comfort of his own home and his family worked with us to provide him with two specialist dementia care nurses.


Family member

Johnny found himself facing one of life’s most challenging journeys when his father, Alan, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease two years ago.


Patient living with dementia

Jennifer’s world turned upside down when she received the diagnosis of early onset dementia. With our support, Jennifer decided that she wanted to remain in the comfort of her own home.