About us

How we came about / History

"In 2011, I was approached by a family caring for their mother with dementia.  Their goal was to ensure that their mother could safely remain living at home whilst participating in a full and dignified life.  They were looking to engage someone who could ensure that their mother received the best quality care from trained and experienced care staff and could oversee and manage the entire program throughout their mother's dementia process.
Following the success of this care program the idea for setting up a unique business to assist other families caring for a loved one with Dementia arose”.
Lee Wilkinson

Lee Wilkinson

Lee Wilkinson is a qualified psychologist with degrees in disability and psychology.  Lee has over 20 years experience in case management supporting individuals with various disabilities to remain living in their homes.  Lee has an excellent knowledge of the disability and aged care service systems, government bodies, the requirements in setting up successful and sustainable care programs, working with and supporting clients, therapists, medical professionals and families and is an excellent advocate for her clients.

Raquel Stephenson

Raquel Stephenson is a qualified Registered Nurse with degrees in both General and Psychiatric Nursing.  Raquel has had over 20 years experience working in Dementia Specific Assessments wards and Nursing Homes. More recently Raquel has moved from the hospital setting to managing and supporting community dementia care programs with the goal to assist families to keep their loved ones at home throughout the dementia process.

Raquel has been involved in Dementia education and training throughout her career and has set up management systems to allow these programs to run smoothly.

Our Care Staff

Our care staff  have extensive dementia experience, are discreet, compassionate, caring and supportive.  They are experienced across all areas of caring for someone with Dementia







 “If a service like Complete Dementia Care had been available to my family when our father was diagnosed with Dementia we would have been empowered with increased choices and the knowledge to explore options other than placing our Dad in Nursing Home Care. This would have in part, alleviated some of our emotional heartache attached to the disease process. More crucial to this, a return to our focus as daughters, rather than Dad's carers, would have been possible.”


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