An Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be an upsetting time for you and your family, but we are here to help.

Though it is a life-changing condition, with our care and support we can help you to live well in a safe and caring environment of your own choosing.

We have been providing affordable high-quality Alzheimer’s care for almost forty years and are proud to support people living with the condition and their families in the way that works for them.

Types of Alzheimer’s care and support

Agincare’s specialist Alzheimer’s care services make a real difference to the lives of people that we support who are living with the condition.

We fully understand that each person experiences Alzheimer’s in a different way. We recognise that all people, regardless of their diagnosis or stage, have their own strengths, capabilities and wishes.

We are committed to helping people living with Alzheimer’s live as fulfilling lives as possible. Our professional care teams will support you in the way that works best, taking in your needs, situation, symptoms and preferences.

Reminiscence therapy for
people with dementia

Reminiscence therapy may be helpful to people living with Alzheimer’s. Watch this video to find out more.

Frequently asked questions

Alzheimer’s disease is a physical illness which damages a person’s brain. This eventually causes dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia.

Though everyone will have a different experience of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common symptoms of Alzheimer’s include:

• Memory problems
• Confusion when in unfamiliar environments
• Difficulty conveying what they are trying to say
• Becoming more anxious or introverted
• Issues with planning and organisation

Dementia is not a specific condition but rather a group of related symptoms (known as a syndrome) that are associated with the ongoing decline of brain function.

Our professional care teams are trained to help support people living with dementia by our specialist training partner Training Now.

To further enhance their knowledge and experience, we have developed a Level 3 Diploma in the Principles of Dementia Care.

By undertaking this diploma, our care workers receive comprehensive training in Alzheimer’s and dementia care, ensuring they are well-equipped to provide the highest standard of support.

To gain a greater, personal understanding of what life is life for those living with dementia, all our care teams undergo a one-day empathy workshop.

Though there is no known cure for Alzheimer’s, many people with the condition continue to live fulfilling lives in the they want. A healthy lifestyle, the right care and support and a safe environment can all help you live well with Alzheimer’s.

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