In too many cases when someone has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, they and their family members will try to take everything on themselves.
In addition, many people with early-stage dementia or Alzheimer’s can enter a state of denial and therefore find it impossible to explore the subject of long term care in the same way that their immediate family might wish.
Ultimately, this makes life much harder for everyone concerned, not least because they are having to deal with multiple care, legal and financial issues in highly emotive circumstances, as well as trying to talk to a range of different, often faceless organisations.
This can result in frustration and a lack of knowledge of what is required, who to approach and how to source the services required to deliver the most effective long term care. It hampers progress towards a set of viable long term care solutions.
That is where Eldermera can offer you a highly valuable point of difference.
“When you get in contact with us, we can quickly set all the different wheels in motion and give you all the knowledge and information you need to help you devise appropriate long term care plans.”
Our services are tailored specifically to the person affected: for some it might be that they have financial concerns, a business or estate which must be managed in the future.
For others, it might mean health and social care provision from now right through to the later stages of their condition. That might be within a care home environment or assisted living facilities or within their own home and amongst their nearest and dearest with long term care services built around their existing home life.
Deteriorating mental health conditions and provision of long term elderly care for dementia or Alzheimer’s often result in the need to resolve complex legal, financial situations and living arrangements.
Put the ongoing care and support of your loved one into professional hands
Housing could be a challenge for you as your illness progresses and this could be cause for concern for you and for your family. People with dementia or Alzheimer’s face many challenges with their living arrangements. Together we will work out what is best for you, both now and in the longer term.
Our team of care specialists know all the eligibility criteria for receiving assistance from NHS Continuing Healthcare, which could give you access to funded care delivered in a care home, an assisted living environment or your own home. And if you face a challenge about your primary health needs, we can help you lodge an appeal.
There is a significant amount of legal jargon, processes and procedures with the ongoing management of mental health issues. Our legal team will represent your best interests and explain all the options open to you so that you can make sound legal decisions on future care delivery.
Long term elderly care planning means exploring every possible avenue to ensure that care costs can be met both now and in the future. Our financial planning consultants will analyse your circumstances and advise on sustainable packages of care.
With our team by your side, we can bring greater clarity to the decision making process.
This will ensure that you are comprehensively informed and that you have a range of options to more effectively manage long term care for you or a loved one. We will help you and your family do everything necessary to secure your future welfare.
Why not schedule a free consultation today?