At Caroline House, we care.

Dementia

is a word used to describe a set of symptoms that often includes:

 

  • difficulties in thinking
  • memory loss
  • language and communication issues
  • problem-solving impairments 

 

​Dementia happens after the brain has been damaged by a disease, such as Alzheimer's or a series of strokes.


Caroline House

is a specially adapted home, caring for people who live with dementia.

 

Dementia can require a considerable amount of care and attention. Our home provides this in the following ways:

  • A secure and homely environment
  • Safety at all times
  • Respect and dignity when providing personal care
  • Person-centred diverse activity programmes
  • Communal areas promoting social interaction
  • Reminiscence therapy, encouraging positive reflection and nostalgia
  • A garden to enjoy the flowers and local wildlife
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