Dementia Care

Creating a homely and welcoming environment for individuals with dementia lies at the heart of what we do, so our care home is designed to be dementia-friendly, with features such as clear signage, contrasting colours and familiar objects that help to create a sense of familiarity and security. Additionally, staff members are trained to create a supportive environment that promotes independence and dignity, whilst still providing the necessary support.

Our support doesn’t stop at our residents, and we provide ongoing support to families once their loved one has joined our care community. This includes regular communication, updates on any changes or developments and support to help families cope with some of the emotional challenges that can come with having a loved one with dementia. You can rest assured that your loved one will receive the highest quality of care and support, and that their physical and emotional needs will be handled with the utmost of respect.

Personalised care

One of the essential aspects of dementia care at Staverton House is the focus on person-centred care. The care home recognises that every individual with dementia is unique and has different needs, preferences and experiences. Therefore, the care provided is tailored to meet the specific needs of each of our residents, ensuring that they receive the best possible personalised care.

We also provided a range of activities that are designed to engage individuals with dementia and promote social interaction. Activities are tailored to meet individual needs and preferences, and can include arts and crafts, reminiscence therapy, music and dance, gardening and exercise classes. The activities provided not only help to stimulate the mind, but also promote physical wellbeing, which is essential for individuals with dementia.

Family support

Making an enquiry about dementia care for a loved one can be a difficult and emotional process. At Staverton House, the staff recognise the emotional impact that the process can have on families, and we strive to make the process as smooth and supportive as possible. Our care home encourages families to visit and take a tour of the home, meet with staff members and ask any questions you may have about the care provided. We can also provide information and resources to help you make informed decisions about dementia care.