Navigating the world of elderly care should not complicated. That’s why Age Space has put all the information you need to care for your elderly relatives in Norfolk in one place. Here you can find an overview of the health and social care services in Norfolk, tips to help maintain independence at home and more.
Often, delirium symptoms improve within days-weeks once the underlying cause (e.g. UTI) is treated, however, the condition can continue to have affects even after a few months. Having the right support to help you look after someone with delirium is very important – as it can be a scary and worrying time. Caring Together and the Alzheimer’s Society have guides, tools, and support networks to help you navigate this tricky condition.
Care at home might include anything from a quick drop in to a live-in carer. The services can include just personal assistance like getting dressed and making meals or nursing care and help with medication. In this section you can find tips on how to choose a carer and the day care centres in Norfolk that can provide a safe and secure place for your relative to socialise at during the day.