Nursing Dementia Care
Nursing Dementia Care Explained
A range of care for people living with dementia
We offer a range of care for people living with dementia, including residential dementia care and nursing dementia care depending on an individual’s needs.
Whatever their care needs, personalised care plans are created for each individual which not only look at the care needs but also help us to get to know the person, their life stories and preferences so that they can truly feel at home.
What is nursing dementia care?
Nursing dementia care is for those with more complex care needs including higher level cognitive support needs. Qualified nurses are available 24hrs a day and colleagues in our nursing dementia care services support those living with complexed cognitive needs, alongside long-term medical conditions or physical disabilities. Care is planned around the person, understanding their unique needs and preferences.
Our nursing teams are supported by a local GP and external healthcare practitioners, making sure our residents receive the very best care.
Find out about our residential care here.
Dementia Care Framework
Our pioneering Dementia care Framework (DCF) is a radically different approach to dementia care. Harnessing the power of technology and discovering how we can consistently provide individual experiences and to guide and review individuals care plans ensuring these are robust and based around the psychological and social needs alongside their physical needs.
Find out more about how we create special resident experiences in our unique Dementia Care Framework and how we encourage family members and professionals to participate in our Dementia Experience to gain a better understanding of what it is like to live with dementia.