There are drugs that can help with the symptoms of dementia, or that in some cases may stop them progressing for a while.
Dementia-specific drugs may help with memory, concentration and daily living, but as the condition progresses different types of medicines can be used to ease agitation and distress behaviours.
Non-drug dementia therapies
Non-drug therapies such as talking therapies, life story work, crafts, games and music can stimulate and motivate a person living with dementia to engage with others and keep physically, mentally and socially active.
We work closely with healthcare partners to make sure that we are doing all we can to support people to live well with dementia.
After a dementia diagnosis, if a person and their family decides they need extra support, we create a bespoke package of care for them.
And our dementia care homes offer a dedicated and practical approach to caring for people living with dementia.
Agincare’s specialist dementia care services can make a real difference to the quality of life for people with dementia.
Call us now on 01305443115 to talk to our team about how we can support you or a family member with personalised dementia care.