Are you looking for Alzheimer’s Home Care In London?

We understand that caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging, especially as their condition develops.

Alzheimer’s disease impacts each person differently and people with Alzheimer’s will need support and care in a variety of ways. If you have a loved one who has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease please get in touch to organise a free consultation. Following the consultation, we’ll put together a bespoke care plan that’s unique to their specific needs.

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We Do More Than Just Alzheimer’s Disease Home Care

Whatever your care needs and wherever your loved one is on their care journey, please contact us and let’s talk. We're here to help.

What is Alzheimer's Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia, a progressive disease that affects memory, thinking and behaviour.

Almost 1 million people are living in the UK with Alzheimer’s disease and this accounts for roughly 70% of dementia cases in the UK. It is a common misconception that Alzheimer’s disease is a normal part of ageing but, although age is the biggest risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease, it is possible to develop Alzheimer’s earlier in life.

Alzheimer’s disease worsens over time and it can be challenging to support a loved one with the condition, especially if you haven’t been trained to support people with dementia. If you’re struggling to support a loved one with Alzheimer’s please get in touch so we can help.

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A Day In The Life With Sara

"A day in my life is very unpredictable and yet fulfilling at the same time. Most days are really good, especially when at the end of my day my client is completely comfortable with everything I have done to help them. However, other days are a little more work, particularly when dealing with episodes of confusion. It always helps to remember that my client is also human and has good and bad days just as I do."

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The Benefits of Alzheimer's Home Care

There are several known benefits to receiving Alzheimer’s support and care at home:

  1. People with Alzheimer’s often feel much safer and happier in their own homes surrounded by familiar possessions and people
  2. It is easier to maintain daily routines rather than needing to adapt to new routines in a new environment
  3. It can be much easier for friends and family to visit if they remain in their home
  4. Sometimes the thought of moving to a care home can exacerbate stress and confusion whereas home care visits from a regular care assistant can provide comfort and reassurance

Organising live-in care can help provide peace of mind to family members because they know someone is always present to provide companionship and security.

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Why choose Tiggo Care?

Our home care services are based on personal experience

We understand, first-hand how important it is to secure flexible and bespoke home care for your loved one.

Chris Williams, Founder of Tiggo Care

“Tiggo Care is born out of my own personal experiences, following my struggle to find suitable care for my parents, both of whom lived with rare diseases..."

Chris Williams - Tiggo Care Founder

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Our Care packages are bespoke

At Tiggo Care we understand how precious your loved one is to you and how unique they are. We also appreciate how overwhelming it can be to research and source the most suitable type of care.

We fundamentally believe that there is no ‘one size fits all’ care package and like to work with you and your loved one to understand your specific requirements. We’ll then create a tailored care package and match your relative with their ideal carer.

We're fully regulated

Unlike some other care providers, we are fully regulated by the Care Quality Commission. This means we are regularly inspected, rated and audited to ensure we are a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led organisation, committed to delivering the best possible care.

We’re also proud members of the Homecare Association, the U.K’s membership body for home care providers, which holds organisations to a high set of standards and requests them to abide by a strict code of practice

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Our carers are fully vetted & trained

At Tiggo Care, all of our carers undergo a rigorous recruitment and induction process. They are fully vetted and background checked, with all references followed up. Our carers undertake their training on the best eLearning system currently available within the UK care market, ensuring they are well placed to deliver the best possible service. Specialist training courses such as moving and handling, medications and basic life support are also completed by our carers face to face, as we feel these courses are more effective when delivered in person.

It's easy to get started...

If you like what you've read and are ready to access one of our care services or perhaps just have some questions, please follow our simple 3 step process below.


Get in touch

Send us some additional information about your request by emailing us or by using the form below. Alternatively, if you would prefer to speak with someone directly, please feel free to call us.


Discuss your needs

Our care manager will arrange a free consultation with you at your loved one’s home to better understand your requirements, create a personalised care plan and pair your loved one with a suitable carer.


Meet your carer

And that’s it. You’re all set! We’ll introduce you to your loved one’s carer and the whole team, who’ll be able to provide you with all the ongoing support you’ll need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you care for someone with Alzheimer's at home?

Professionally trained care assistants can support a person with Alzheimer’s at home for many years and research has shown that care at home can improve the quality of life of the person compared to those without coordinated support.

What kind of at-home care is available for people with Alzheimer’s?

The two most popular types of care are regular home care visits and live-in care. Those with early-stage Alzheimer’s will benefit from regular home care visits but as the condition progresses live-in care might become a more suitable option. If the person is wandering at night then it might also be sensible to organise additional nighttime support.

When should you consider a care home for a person with Alzheimer’s?

If someone with Alzheimer’s disease is unable to live on their own safely then you should consider moving them to a care home. However, in many cases, live-in care assistants can support people with Alzheimer’s for several years before they need to move to a care home.

How can a care assistant support someone with Alzheimer’s?

Care assistants can support people with Alzheimer’s disease with their existing relationships and help them to participate in activities that are important to them. They can also help keep their home tidy, support with medication routines, and for those people with later-stage dementia, they can help with personal care.

Unsure which service is best for you?

Contact our care team using the form below or by calling our office and we'll organise a free consultation to advise you on your specific care needs.

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