SummitCare Homes provide warm, professional support to help families manage the symptoms of memory loss and dementia. Our wonderful support experts help promote wellbeing and can lighten the load for carers. SummitCare support strategies that help reduce symptoms and help manage the condition and slow its progression.
How can SummitCare assist?
Our team can provide a range of services, including:
- Implementing proven strategies to assist with day-to-day frustrations
- Emotional support
- Consistency of support staff
- Support for the family
- Medication management
- Meal preparation and shopping for ingredients
- Spending time listening
- Personal grooming and showering
- Providing respite for carers.
The facts on dementia
According to Dementia Australia, there is an estimate 459,000* people in Australia living with dementia and this number is expected to rise to almost 590,000 by 2028* and 1,076,000 by 2058*. The organisation stresses that those with dementia should be valued, supported and respected.
SummitCare believes in the wellbeing of every individual we ensure services are delivered to promote the wellbeing for people with dementia.
The practical help we offer through our SummitCare Homes is focused on dignity and care for all our residents and families. The support we provide is profound and you see the difference in the quality of care.
For more information, please contact SummitCare on 1300 68 55 48 or the National Dementia Helpline on 1800 100 500.
*Source: Dementia Australia Statistics (Jan 2020)