Ampersand House

Dementia Care


Dementia is a word used to describe a set of symptoms that usually include: difficulties in thinking, memory loss, language and also problem-solving impairments. Dementia happens after the brain has been damaged by a disease, such as Alzeimer's or a series of strokes.


Ampersand House believe that by promoting independence, many elderly people who suffer with dementia can carry on living well and happy lives.



The home provides:


  • A homely environment, ensuring safety at all times,

  • The home provides a diverse daily activity programme which is person-centered,

  • Various communal areas promoting social interactions,

  • Reminiscence therapy forms a fundamental part of dementia care by encouraging positive reflection,

  • Large garden grounds with a well-maintained terrace for those who enjoy spending time with nature. The large conservatory offers an every day view on the garden.

  • Communal areas are monitored at all times,

  • Respect and dignity which is are fundamental to care delivery.


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