• Alzheimer’s Home Care

    Alzheimer’s Home Care


Alzheimer’s Care

Caring for Alzheimer’s suffers for over 30 years -Serving Community Since 1993

 Alzheimer’s patient

Each person is unique and deserves an opportunity to live out their lives as independently and happily as they can, with the level of support they need to achieve this.

Please call us to discuss how we may help you for Alzheimer’s care need.

We have been caring for Alzheimer’s suffers for over 30 years, and during this time, have discovered how to come alongside a sufferer and support them and their family both in the early stages, with help and support, and in the later stages with “live in care” to offer a real alternative to a loved one going into an E.M.I. unit or Nursing Home.

We are all becoming aware of the word Alzheimer’s as there is an almost daily reference to it in the newspapers, magazines, promotional handouts, and of course advice on how to recognise it in ourselves or indeed loved ones.

If we have had personal experience of this, either our parents or other relatives who have suffered from this disease, then we know first hand of the difficulties that face the person themselves and also the people who care for them. A person may have been suffering from Alzheimer’s for some time, but only as this worsens, does it become apparent some of the early symptoms are:

Memory Loss

This can happen over a period of time, and only when it impacts on a person’s ability to care for them selves, communicate their feelings or take care of themselves does it become a concern. There are many reasons for short term memory loss, and the correct diagnosis is of paramount importance. Your G.P. can help by arranging an appointment with a “Memory Clinic” as a first point of call.

Social Isolation

A person suffering from Alzheimer’s can withdraw from their hobbies, social activities and from going out to see friends, and become increasingly withdrawn and insular.


A person may loose the ability to manage their day to day life, dates, appointments, shopping and planning ahead. This can lead to difficulty in completing everyday tasks, including personal hygiene, cooking, caring for pets, even putting on the t.v. and operating the remote controls.


A person’s behaviour may change, with mood swings and anxiety and also lack of physical co-ordination. A person may become aggressive, agitated, and loose the ability to reason.

Our Specialised care services

Visiting Care

Hourly visiting care service
Disability Care

Live in Care London

Support Care for London

Domiciliary Care

All round service at home

Dementia Care

For loved ones in caring need

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CQC Registered & Inspected

Dove Home Care is Registered with and Inspected by The Care Quality Commission (CQC) (Service Number 46210) at: www.cqc.org.uk.

Annual Quality

To ensure that we continually maintain our high standard of care we send out an Annual Quality Survey/Questionnaire to clients.

We have an experienced team on hand to take your calls, arrange home visits, and answer your care needs.
National Head Office

Dove Home Care
Unit 4, Olton Bridge,
245 Warwick Road, Olton,
Solihull B92 7AH

Hampton in Arden Office

Dove Home Care
48 Fentham Rd,
Hampton in Arden,
Solihull B92 0AY

Hours of Business

Mon – Sun 08:00 – 22:00
0800 783 7672 – National
0121 812 2222 – Solihull
01675 442226 – Hampton in Arden

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