Dementia Care

Is it good enough for me and mine?


There are currently around 850,000 loved ones living with dementia in the UK. This is estimated to rise to 1.6 million by 2040. 209,600 will develop dementia this year, that is one every three minutes. 


Choosing homecare can be a very daunting prospect, so many questions to ask (see our FAQ & answers section). With or without a diagnosis, homecare is often sort as support to help retain as much independence and live as fulfilled lives as possible for family members at some point in time.  An early recognition and acknowledgement of support can help families establish care as part of the daily routine, helping those with memory loss to remain independent for as long as possible.  Millennium Homecare Services recognise that choosing a provider is probably one of the most difficult parts of accepting homecare and it is with this in mind that we ask you to trust our service and know that the care staff we employ and provide will carry out the wishes and wants of yourself and your family and friends as if it was for their own loved ones. 


Our person centred approach enables Millennium to collate information that is important in supporting you within your home in a way you choose. We provide support that is personalised to your own specification in order to maintain the standards you have chosen for yourself and in the environment that you know and love. We can support you to recognise and maintain your own routines and preferences that have helped you to become who you are.      


Our Service:


  • Helps you or a loved one remain safe at home

  • Encourages engagement and reduces social isolation

  • Encourages a varied and balanced diet by supporting with meal preparation

  • Creates opportunities for social interaction and to share ideas

  • Maintains and creates stimulating activities to revitalise hobbies

  • Supports family members in their caring roles

  • Reassures family members that you are safe

Dementia Care

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