If you are facing a situation where you need to organise long term elderly care, you may not know to whom to turn first.
There are so many factors to consider and decisions to make, especially when it comes to helping a close family member, relative or friend who has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s.
You can trust Eldermera’s care advocates to advise and guide you through these important decisions with a range of tailored, personalised care planning services.
“Long term elderly care arrangements for dementia and Alzheimer’s can be extremely complex. The team at Eldermera has the skills, experience and resources to guide you through the process and ensure that your care needs are properly assessed and met.”
You may need us to find a suitable care home for a loved one, or organise assisted living arrangements or home care assistance.
You may need someone to represent you with social services and the NHS to ensure that eligible funding is forthcoming or to pull together a host of primary care services so that appropriate support is always at hand.
With dementia, Alzheimer’s and in other situations where a loved one is mentally or physically incapacitated, there are also legal and financial arrangements to consider. Our team of legal specialists and care advocates work together to put strategic, sustainable long term care plans in place, from drawing up Lasting Power of Attorney documents that give an appropriate representative the power to act on the patient’s behalf, to ensuring that care can be fully funded.
It’s crucial that you attend to these matters as early as you can to ensure that you or your family members are protected and can as far as possible enjoy a quality of life, an independent daily routine and regular pastimes – all of which are thought to be beneficial in cases of Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Providing the right package of care services to match your loved one’s elderly care needs
You will be represented by our care advocates who can work closely with the NHS and social services to secure and maintain funded care.
You can rely on us to organise LPAs and other documentation to enable essential decisions for effective long term care.
We can analyse current and future financial circumstances and provide you with different options to cover the costs of care.
Our team can assess care homes, assisted living facilities or ‘at home’ care services to ensure they meet your specific needs.
There are currently huge variations in the way care is offered and in care outcomes for patients across the country.
With an ageing population, more than 1 in 12 of us is projected to be aged 80 or over by 2039. That means that more of us will need comprehensive care support packages in place to protect us if we are diagnosed with serious conditions like dementia. Many people are starting that care planning process now.
Why not schedule a free consultation today?