Category: Dementia Care

What is person-centered dementia care?

Person-centered care is an approach to caring for people with dementia that puts their individual interests, background and needs first. It ensures that their care is designed around them, not the carer or the facility that they may reside in.

Is there Government Benefits for carers of someone with dementia?

There are a number of different types of payments available, depending on individual circumstances. The three most common for carers of people with dementia are:  Carer Payment; Carer Allowance; Carer Supplement:

What is an advance care plan?

An advance care plan is a legal document that outlines a person’s wishes for their future health, financial and life choices should they be unable to make decisions for themselves.

What is Dementia Care Supplement?

Home care Package recipients with dementia may be eligible for the dementia and cognition supplement. The supplement rate is currently 10 per cent of the basic home care subsidy of the care recipient package.

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