Dementia is a word often 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 Alzheimer’s or a series of strokes.
Caroline House promotes independence in a safe environment, helping our clients to live happy and full lives.
Our staff attend to our clients’ needs in the following ways:
- A secure and homely environment is provided, ensuring safety at all times.
- The home provides a diverse daily activity programme, all delivered in a person-centred way
- Various communal areas promoting social interactions
- Reminiscence therapy; which forms a fundamental part of dementia care by encouraging positive reflection
- Large garden space, with a well-managed patio area and seating for those who wish to spend time in the fresh air. The large sunroom looks out onto the gardens
offering a lovely view of the plants and wildlife.
- Communal areas are monitored at all times
- Respect and dignity which is fundamental to care delivery
For more information on dementia care, advice and support, please follow the link below.