People we Support
Ambiance care provides innovative home care for people living with dementia or experiencing memory difficulties to maintain their chosen lifestyle both a home and in the community. Central to everything we do is the person, our dedicated carers offering ‘just enough’ support to live their best life, how, when or where they like it.
Dementia does not discriminate, 1 in 4 people are frequently diagnosed with dementia. All our carers are experienced and skilled in providing care and support to people with a diverse range of needs and backgrounds during each stage their dementia journey, particularly during the difficult and challenging times and at the end stage of life.
Ambiance care supports people 18 years and above diagnosed dementia or experiencing memory difficulties whose primary need is:
- Dementia; Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, frontotemporal and mixed dementia early onset dementia
- Memory difficulties
- Learning disability
- Mild Cognitive impairment
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Huntington’s Disease
- Physical disability
- Acquired Brain injury.
- Mental health need
- We sensitively support people with dementia who may also have a secondary condition for example Cancer.
Support to live your life your way
At Ambiance care believe It’s often the small things that make a real different in the lives of people living with dementia seeing friendly familiar face, a warm smile , chatting over a cup of tea ,sharing an activity or just by stepping into their reality. All contribute to their sense of wellbeing and provide a genuine opportunity for relationships to be built and prompt conversations.
This positive relationship enables the person to feel comfortable and assured they are being supported by carers who really know and understand them, how they are feeling and how best to respond. Dedicated carers who will always work alongside the person, never taking over, understanding the person may need more time to do things for themselves or do the activities they enjoy and give them purpose.
For those with dementia, there is nowhere more comforting than the home they know. It is where they store their memories, as well as where they keep their things. It is a part of who they are and where they should be able to stay, with just the right support to do this.
In recognition of this and to enable us to provide quality care our visits are a minimum one hour as this ensures there is always plenty of time to do things the person wishes without feeling rushed
We use the most up to date technology that offers complete reassurance that calls are never missed and allows family to see in real time care and support provided from anywhere in the world