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Dementia and Alzheimer's care

Our staff are continuously trained on the effects that Dementia and Alzheimer’s can have. They are trained to understand the changes that the disease has on the individual and the wider impact it has on family members and loved ones. read more

With over 30 years of experience,we know that entrusting your care or the care of a loved one can be a daunting prospect & we are here to make the transition as smooth as possible


  • Harmony have have provided me with a consistently good standard of care, and have been a true God send

    — Mrs Parker 83

  • To all at Harmony, I would like to thank you all very much. For the Lady who has been cleaning and ironing for Mum, she has been very good.

    — J. Lucking

  • The carers are always polite and do all the tasks I need. They are on time, very communicative and have made my life a lot more comfortable

    — Mrs Spooner 79

  • Thank you Veronica and a special thank you to Celine and Ola. I would like to thank you all so much for the care and support you have shown me this last year. I wouldn't have managed without your support. Regards to all

    — John Smith


Dementia and Alzheimer's care

In terms of catering for specific user groups such as those with dementia, Learning Disabilities or other mental health needs, we focus our training program on ensuring that our staff are empowered with knowledge about the specific condition, how it is exhibited and what is required of the care worker to ensure the service users' needs are catered to.

The training we give in this area is heavily influenced by the methods described by Skills for Care and includes the following:

  • Value and accept the individual by seeing the person first and the dementia second
  • Communicate effectively so that the individual has the opportunity to make decisions wherever possible
  • Where an individual cannot make a decision about their own care or welfare, the care worker should act in their best interests and in the least restrictive manner
  • Develop a person-to-person relationship with the individual
  • Involve the individual with dementia in their own care planning wherever possible
  • Take account of history (personal, family, medical, etc.) and work towards meeting the needs of the whole person
  • Adhere to the value base of care (identity, dignity, respect, choice, independence, privacy, rights, culture)
  • Take account of the individual's personal beliefs including spiritual beliefs, emotional needs and preferences
  • Maintain a responsive and flexible approach to the individual, taking account of changing needs
  • Take account of some of the feelings and issues that are commonly experienced by people with dementia, for example, around loss (of control, community, etc.)

With these principles in mind and our experience in this field, we are confident that our care program will meet your care requirements.

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Area Covered

We operate in the following areas:
Although we offer our night sitting/sleeper
services London wide