Dementia Partners provides unique, highly specialised and skilled support services to a growing elderly population.
For over a year, we have been working in partnership with Remploy to provide support services to CQC’s Experts by Experience (EXEs). An EXE is someone who takes part in Care Quality Commission inspections to help the inspector find out about the quality of an adult social care or health service in England. We support EXEs from training on CQC’s policies and procedures, reliable report writing through to payroll. EXEs have first hand experience of services, they often have great insight and know what questions to ask people to find out what a service is like.
We are delighted to be embarking on launching our first enhanced care housing (also known as sheltered housing) to people with complex communication needs including dementia. House sharing in residential areas provides residents with a sense or familiarity of environment by living in a house on a street, with community amenities including nearby parks, shops, neighbours etc. We support use of CQC’s guidelines on making CCTV cameras accessible to family carers in common areas.
We have over 100 employees. Our skilled floating wardens provide support to promote residents receiving a safe care package from domiciliary care providers of home care packages. .
We have 6 years, skilled experience in providing a comprehensive, hands-on care advisory and implementation service to people with all forms of dementia and their families.
We are support services to people receiving care packages and their family carers, that, because of the way in which support is delivered, is unique in the UK.
People with dementia often require round the clock care planning and support, putting immense strain on families and the person with dementia both emotionally and financially.
Reeta also supports charity by providing free Lasting Power of Attorney clinics to hundreds of people.
Reeta assists people with Deputyship services, where a person is unable to sign a Lasting Power of Attorney and instead an application to the Court of Protection for a Deputyship Court Order is required for a family carer to manage the person’s financial and property affairs.