Before you join our family, we will assess your needs in detail to ensure that we can create a care plan tailored to your individual requirements.
Every member of our staff and management teams considers themselves to be one of your extended family members. As a resident you know that respect, dignity and compassion are essential elements of your care.
Dementia comes in many forms, and every person’s experience will be different, so the level of care and support that people with dementia need is completely individual.
For our residents who are experiencing the symptoms of dementia, getting to know and understand them is vital.
The need for nursing care doesn’t have to mean the end of your independence. Our experienced registered nursing teams provide round-the-clock support, with qualified nurses on duty 24-hours a day, so the care you need can be carried out when is most convenient and comfortable for you.
We offer respite care for people in need of some more looking after for a short time. Respite care is short-term, temporary care, and we provide a number of packages to suit your needs.
If you have been ill or had an accident or had to spend some time in hospital, you may not be able to go straight home. Or the family members looking after you may have their own commitments – a young family, or work, or both – and may be unable to care for your extra needs at that point.
Palliative, or end-of-life care, is a special part of our role, and our dedicated care and nursing teams create a safe, relaxed environment where the needs of the terminally ill and their families come first.
As we approach the end of life, many of us are likely to need additional nursing care, and it is comforting for us, and our relatives, to know that we will be safe, and cared for with compassion and dignity.
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