We at Assisting lives Services recognise how challenging it can be when a loved one is diagnosed with a condition like Alzheimer's or Dementia and the challenges they face in trying to remember things, communicate with others, and carry out daily tasks. Unfortunately, this is a progressive disease and can have a degrading impact on the quality of life for all those it affects.There are numerous different varieties of dementia, with Alzheimer's and vascular dementia being the most prevalent. Less frequent are dementia with Lewy Bodies and frontotemporal dementia (FTD) (DLB). The likelihood of getting dementia can be affected by a number of variables, including genetics, lifestyle, and health. Most persons with dementia are over 65 years old, however younger people are becoming more frequently receiving a dementia diagnosis. Dementia is not a typical aspect of ageing and is brought on by a brain disorder. Complex, ongoing disorientation may be one of our loved ones' struggles. One of these difficulties is memory loss.Our care and support staff is highly trained, and one of our assessment managers will visit and do the initial assessment. Based on the assessment, we will develop a personalised support plan that is tailored to the individual's needs. Our staff is always compassionate and sympathetic when supporting people, and we consistently work to ensure that people stay in their own homes, where they feel safe and can have their loved ones around them for as long as possible. We understand that the person will need familiarity, so we will make sure that they have the same staff. This can be a comfort seeing the same people and less confusing.