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Dementia is a progressive disease that affects memory, thinking, orientation and comprehension. Over time the condition can become worse and greater support may be required.

24-hour supervision may be necessary

During the middle stages of Alzheimer’s or Dementia, 24-hour supervision may be necessary to keep the person safe. In the later stages as the disease progresses intensive 24-hour care may be required. Providing high-level dementia care at home can be challenging and difficult for family members.

Highly skilled staff

Seasons Aged Care employs highly skilled clinical specialists in Dementia nursing. All staff are well trained in developing and executing care plans to suit individual needs. Our services are designed to enhance the quality of life for people living with Dementia.

Understanding all the different care options available for dementia or Alzheimer’s sufferers can be confusing. People are often unsure about the service options that are right for their family member.

Speak to Seasons Aged Care about the range of service we provide that can benefit those living with dementia. Assistance on a daily basis can include help with daily domestic activities, social opportunities and counselling.

People living with Dementia should be encouraged to enjoy life as much as possible. For more information about Private Dementia and Alzheimer’s care, click here or call 07 3088 7720.

This blog post was first published on Seasons Aged Care

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Seasons Aged Care is a Queensland owned and operated company, dedicated to changing the face of aged care in Australia. We give you all the care you’d expect in a residential nursing home combined with the lifestyle benefits of a retirement village, while you enjoy the comfort and independence of your own private residence.
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