Choosing the right care can be difficult, but the right care in the right place can give people a new lease of life.
We understand that people have different requirements and the level of support they need varies for each individual. Some people are relatively independent, whilst others need help with every aspect of their care.
What care is right for you?
What’s important is to identify what care is right for you and in which of our various living areas we can best provide this.
We start by carrying out an ‘assessment’ – talking to you and your family, and if necessary health and social care professionals.
We find out about your background, health and care needs, your likes, dislikes, hobbies and interests.
The assessment helps us understand if you need residential or nursing care. If you have dementia, it helps us assess which of our living areas can best provide the care you need.
We offer three different options for caring for people who are living with dementia. Which is suitable for you will depend on the level of care that you need:
If you are fairly independent, perhaps just experiencing some memory problems, our main residential living area will probably suit you very well.
However, if you need a greater amount of support and reassurance, ‘Beach House’ may be more suitable for you. This is a smaller household where we offer specialist residential dementia care.
We also offer specialist nursing dementia care in ‘Oakwood’. This is a cosy, domestic-style living area situated in our annexe building, Eventhall House.