About Home Instead Perth North & South, South West WA
On Sunday, 17 March, we’ll be joining the Perth Memory Walk & Jog to show our love and help Dementia Australia.
And we need your support!
Established in 2008, our Home Instead office is the trusted choice for in-home care and companionship services in Perth North & South & South West WA. We are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of local seniors and their families and we take pride in every aspect of their care to ensure they have access to the best quality care services and support they need to continue living, safely, independently and happily in the comfort of their own home.
Osborne Park, Mandurah, Bunbury, Clarkson
Our unique approach to Alzheimer’s
and Dementia Care
At Home Instead, our care is centered around helping those with dementia to continue living independently at home. We believe in prioritising your safety and independence, and maintaining your highest quality of life.
Having pioneered memory care training, and by continuously working to develop Australia’s first best practice training program for educated, in-home CAREGivers, our high-quality Dementia Training Program equips our CAREGivers to deliver distinctive memory care, based on research and experience. Rather than focusing on the diagnosis and symptoms, our world-class dementia care focuses on maximising abilities and maintaining your/your loved ones independence and dignity.
Our relationship-based approach to dementia care enables Home Instead CAREGivers to provide you with personalised care that:
- Helps you remain safe and calm at home
- Encourages engagement in mind-stimulating and reminiscence activities
- Provides nutritious meals
- Creates social interaction and companionship
- Helps with your activities of daily living
- Provides respite care for your loved ones .
We don’t just provide this training to our professional CAREGivers. We know family carers are looking for help too. That’s why we also provide education and support for family members and caregivers who help support you.
For more information, resources or practical support, please request a free dementia booklet from your local office or read this online.
We're all grateful for any amount you can give.