Dementia Care Homes

What is Dementia Care?

Our Dementia Care is as individual as the people we care for.

At the heart of everything we do is our ethos of making time. It means we can really get to know our residents – their unique stories, preferences, likes and dislikes – so we can fully meet their needs.

By finding out what people enjoy doing, or got pleasure from in the past, we can ensure they’re occupied, engaged and interested in activities that are meaningful and fulfilling. We can also offer the right level of support with things that might be difficult.

It’s these personal connections that help maintain relationships, identity and individuality for people living with dementia, so an enriched quality of life can be enjoyed.

Your home

You’ll have your own en suite room and how you decorate it is entirely up to you. All your meals and dietary needs will be catered for, served in your room or in the dining room, with staff and volunteers on hand to support at all times.

There are comfortable shared social spaces such as lounges, quiet rooms and peaceful gardens.

Our Dementia Homes are registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission, the UK’s independent regulatory body. All our homes are also subject to continual internal monitoring and assessment, assuring the highest possible standards of care and accommodation.

What is dementia care for older people?

Expert knowledge is always on hand

To continue enriching the lives of people living with dementia, it’s essential we give our team members the right knowledge and support.

Our qualified Dementia Practice Development Coach trains selected members of staff to become Dementia Care Coaches. They are the ‘go-to’ people for evidence based dementia care and current practice.

Dementia Care Homes near you

Abbeyfield has a number dementia care homes across the UK. The search bar below will help you locate our nearest care and housing options .  

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