We support people with dementia to live as happily and independently as possible, while helping them stay connected to the people and activities that they care about. 

Dementia is an umbrella term for a group of conditions that affect the brain, the most common of which are Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. Each person living with dementia will experience it in a unique way. That's why our support focuses on the individual and crucially, recognises their history and “personhood”. 

The onset and development of dementia varies immensely from person to person. For some people it comes on gradually, while others experience noticeable stages. Likewise, some people experience good and bad patches, while others have a more consistent condition.

Tailored, person centred support

By working closely with the individual and their family, we create a highly tailored support package - one that is flexible enough to adapt, as your needs change.

To ensure the highest levels of expertise we endeavour to work closely with clinical experts. We can also support individuals to see specialists such as speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and psychiatrists.

To find out more about being supported by United Response, please use our online form to make a support enquiry.

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