Support Line: 01865 410 210

Support Line:
01865 410 210

Carer information

Here you will find information and advice to help you feel more confident caring for someone living with dementia. For support options and services please visit our Carer Support page or contact a member of our team.

A video series collated by Dementia Oxfordshire to give you the knowledge and confidence to care for someone with dementia.

People living with dementia may experience changes in the way that they are able to communicate in a variety of ways.

A person with dementia might need to go into hospital at some point, but this can be a disorientating experiencing for them and can be stressful for you as their carer. There are things you can do to make the situation easier.

Moving around the home can present challenges for someone living with dementia, and it’s important to reduce the risk of injury or falls. There are lots of things you can do to adapt the home and make it more “dementia-friendly”.

Early on after a diagnosis of dementia, people may not experience difficulties with forms of exercise. However, it is important to continue to encourage people living with dementia to stay active to maintain their general health and wellbeing.

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