There may come a time when the person with Alzheimer's disease or dementia will need more care than can be provided at home. During this stage, it becomes necessary to provide 24-hour supervision to keep the person with dementia safe. As the disease progresses into the late stages, round-the-clock care requirements become more intensive.
Making the decision to move into a residential care facility may be very difficult. The questions below may be helpful when determining if a move to residential care is a good option:
- Is the person with dementia becoming unsafe in his / her home?
- Is the health of the person with dementia or your health as a carer at risk?
- Are the person's care needs beyond your physical abilities?
- Would the structure and social interaction at a care facility benefit the person with dementia?
NMT's Residential Dementia Care centres are designed with the Person with Dementia in mind. Our team can help make the transition to residential care smooth and hassle free.
8P6, 3rd A Cross,
Sonam Layout, Near Liza's Home,
Dodda Gubbi Road, Kothanur Post,
Ellen Thoburn Cowen Memorial (ETCM) Hospital, Bangarpet Road,