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Your Care Support

You’ll be particularly well suited to our homes if you need specialist care. With us your care will be provided by a trained nurse, registered with the NMC in the UK (Nursing & Midwifery Council).

Whatever type of care you’re looking for, whether it’s residential dementia care, nursing care (with hospital avoidance at its heart) or nursing dementia care, you’ll find we have the skills and expertise to make each of your days as fulfilling and joyful as possible. We can also work with local teams to give you additional support for other types of care you might need.

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Nursing care

This is where your primary needs, which are most likely to be physical, require a trained nurse. You may have been assessed by your GP or in hospital as needing Nursing Care. If this is the case, we can support you every step of the way with caring, attentive nurses.

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Nursing dementia care

You’ll be looking for this type of care because your primary need is support for dementia. Perhaps you also have physical needs that you’d like a trained nurse to help you with. We have the right people to support you with both physical and dementia care.

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Residential Dementia Care

This is where your care needs do not need to be supervised by a nurse, but where you live with Dementia and require support.

Everyone’s dementia journey is different

We offer a choice of services to help guide and support you and your loved ones through the highly individual dementia journey.

During this journey we always treat you as a human being with human emotions. When you express anger, frustration and disruption we don’t judge or react. Instead, our teams are trained to respond with love, kindness and support.

Our philosophy of care is supported with smart technology and a dementia friendly environment, so we can enable you to have the best possible day, every day.

Our specialist Dementia Care is based on the highly respected work by Professor Tom Kitwood called Personhood in Dementia. This stresses the importance of:

Inclusion, Comfort, Identity, Occupation, Attachment and most important of all, Love.  

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