Category Archives for "Respite and Residential Care"

Outstanding dementia care recognised in Harrogate

If you’re searching for care for a loved one with dementia it’s hard not to be left in a state of fear and apprehension when the media is full of stories about the ‘state of crisis’ in the social care system. But one Yorkshire care home has proved high quality care is still out there […]

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  • 22 February 2018

Swapping uniforms for pyjamas helps Nottingham dementia care home become ‘outstanding’

A radical programme of change introduced to increase the happiness, and meet the complex emotional needs, of its residents with dementia at a Nottingham care home has been rewarded with an “Outstanding” rating from the CQC.Reporting for the Nottingham Post, Issac Ashe explains more…”Almost four years ago Landermeads Care Home in Chilwell, a family-run care provider, […]

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  • 10 January 2017

Dementia daytime support centre opens in Macclesfield

The charity Age UK has opened a daytime support centre for people with dementia in Cheshire.The newly refurbished centre on Henderson Street in Macclesfield will welcome their first service users this week, and provides the chance of valuable daytime respite for carers.  The service will offer a wide range of activities combining mental, physical and […]

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  • 15 September 2016

Swindon sees opening of purpose-built dementia specialist care home

A NEW specialist dementia care home in North Swindon has welcomed its first residents.Abbey House, based in Richardson Road, Abbey Meads is equipped to care for 73 residents over three floors and once fully operational will employ 200 staff. Ten people have already moved into the home and are settling in well.Specialist dementia care in SwindonAbbey […]

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  • 17 August 2016
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