Promedica24 joins Dementia Action Alliance
Promedica24 becomes a member of the Dementia Action Alliance to help improve clients’ lives
Live in care provider, Promedica24, has joined the national Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) as it aims to strengthen its services to improve the lives of those affected by the illness.
Its newly announced membership of the DAA means that it can meet with other health and social care providers and swap tips about best practice for assisting those with the illness, as well as learning about the latest developments and ideas across the sector.
This signals a new commitment to dementia specific training, as Promedica24 ensures that it trains all care workers before and while they deliver care services to dementia sufferers. Its goal is to keep dementia sufferers in the comfort of their own home, while providing the expert care and assistance that would usually only be received in a residential home.
The DAA counts over 150 national organisations across England as members, and its aim is to transform the way health and social care is provided to people living with dementia by sharing knowledge and expertise.
Promedica24’s UK Country Manager, Piotr Haładus, commented:
“We’re honoured to have been welcomed in as a national member of the DAA. Our collaboration with so many respected social care professionals will only benefit Promedica24 and further improve the high standard of dementia care that we already deliver. We work in an industry where each and every one of us care deeply about finding ways to improve the lives of those living with dementia. By working together, we are coming up with new and effective ways in which to raise awareness and effectively respond to the needs of those living with the condition.”
Promedica24 has around 100 franchisees across the UK and Europe and is providing a much-needed home-care alternative to overcrowding and poor standards in care homes.
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