Deterioration of health comes with a unique set of emotional and physical circumstances. If a client’s diagnoses continues to progress, then their care needs may frequently change. This can also bring about a gradual change in behaviour and the level of emotional support they require.


At ECTM Uppercare, we place the highest importance on adapting to the client’s needs and any changes in condition. This allows us to provide the optimum level of care at the right time for the highest quality of life, whilst giving them the foundation to feel independent and fulfil the activities they enjoy most.

Tailored care for maximum wellbeing


A key element of our service is getting to know the client in every detail, including their condition, symptoms, dietary requirements, daily routine, favourite pastimes and preferences regarding their care.


This allows us to forge a strong carer-client relationship - based on trust, respect and understanding – to minimise the effect of symptoms so we’re always there to provide the right support as their needs develop.


Deterioration of care duties include:


  • Personal hygiene
  • Bathing
  • Washing
  • Dressing
  • Mouth care
  • Preparing meals
  • Feeding
  • Assisting movement



  • Laundry
  • Ironing
  • Cleaning the home
  • Hair care/arranging a hairdresser
  • Other household tasks
  • Medication
  • Other health requirements
  • And simply someone to talk to

Working together


We strive to build a close relationship with the client’s family and any other parties involved in the healthcare process, with 24/7 contact always available to discuss any aspect of the client’s care.


Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation

Please call 02476 582106 for a no-obligation discussion about 24/7 or regular visit dementia care. You can also click here to view more about ECTM Uppercare and the carers within our team. | 024 76 582 106

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