What is a Dementia Care Home?
A person with dementia can display symptoms including loss of memory, confusion and problems with speech and understanding. Abbeyfield dementia care homes are specifically designed, and have fully qualified staff, to support people with this condition. Our dementia care homes have dedicated dementia specialist and carers that are trained to provide the highest standards of care to all our residents.
Our service is tailored to the needs of residents. We look for opportunities to build on the strengths and abilities of residents and look for ways to assist for losses brought about by dementia.
Services our residents receive include:
- Their own en-suite room
- Access to communal lounges and dining rooms
- Access to gardens and open space
- Meals fully prepared - with dietary needs catered for
All services are provided to the highest possible standards. Abbeyfield continually reviews our standards of care and have in-house dementia specialists who keep abreast of the latest developments in treating dementia and all our dementia homes are CQC regulated.
What might life be like in an Abbeyfield Dementia Care Home?
A key element to living with Abbeyfield is access to outdoor spaces in our gardens. Abbeyfield developed the “Breath of Fresh Air” initiative which focused on the benefits to people with dementia of being outside, and won an award at the Hampton Court Flower show for developing a dementia-friendly garden.
Dementia Care Homes near me or my relative
Abbeyfield dementia care homes across the UK. he search button below will help you locate the nearest one to you. Or contact us for more information.
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