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Dementia and
Alzheimer’s Care
Central Cheshire

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A professional and compassionate approach to dementia care

SureCare is committed to improving the quality of life for those living with Dementia & Alzheimer’s disease. We provide person-centred care to help make your loved one’s daily life easier and to assure you that they are well cared for and at the heart of everything we do.

Our care workers understand the daily difficulties that progressive neurological illnesses can bring. That’s why our approach to providing quality care involves keeping our care workers to a minimum number to ensure continuity of care is maintained.

What is dementia care?

If you have a loved one living with dementia, you’ll know that it can often be a difficult or distressing situation. Caring for a person with dementia can therefore be a challenging and highly emotional task, especially for a family member acting as a carer.

Everybody’s experience of dementia can be very different, but feelings of confusion, isolation and memory loss are common amongst those affected. Providing support for someone with dementia usually means having to take extra care and consideration of these aspects to ensure they remain happy and comfortable under the circumstances.

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia already affect 1 in 14 people over the age of 65, and cases are continually rising on a global scale. We know it can be a worry making sure your loved one receives the right care and attention they need, especially for what can feel like an isolating illness.

Why choose SureCare?

Trying to find the right level of care for your loved one can be a great concern. By choosing SureCare, we strive to deliver a highly supportive service from a well-respected home care provider that’s as knowledgeable and professional as it is personal and compassionate.

At SureCare, we’re committed to improving the lives of people affected by dementia and associated conditions. We understand the importance of delivering quality care and know how much it means to those living with this difficult illness, as well as their close friends and family.

All of our care workers are subject to an enhanced DBS check and trained to provide high quality care to those living with dementia, maintaining a safe, stimulating and social environment throughout.

Whatever the causes or severity of the condition, our care teams nationwide are dedicated to support you and your loved one with the highest level of service. That’s why SureCare gets to know you and your particular requirements to deliver a bespoke care package that meets your specific needs.


If your loved one is struggling with the effects of Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, don’t hesitate to get in touch with SureCare. We’re ready to discuss your individual situation and your exact care requirements. With a carefully tailored service, you can rest easy in the knowledge that your loved one is always kept in capable and compassionate hands whilst receiving expert care.



"I cannot praise your staff enough. I was dubious about having carers but you were magic. I went from worrying about carers coming in, to really looking forward to your visits. You bounced in from the start like I had known you for years."

Anonymous, Cheshire

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of the carers that visited Mum and made her final weeks as comfortable as they could be. They dealt with her with a real sense of professionalism and dignity. Mum was a highly intelligent individual who had led a life of adventure and travel in conditions which could be quite challenging. It was a pleasure to see that staff afforded her that respect as a matter of course – understanding that people who have lived through the past half century are resilient, self-reliant and tough and should be treated as such. I’d also like to thank you for being so flexible with your hours. To be able to accommodate such rapid change was such a relief and meant that we could work and sleep knowing that she was being cared for. I wish every one of you the very best and give you all my heartfelt thanks."

Anonymous, Cheshire