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What Care Types Do You Provide?

General FAQs

At Lovett Care our residents are our priority and we go to great lengths to ensure that our residents are comfortable, happy and secure. We provide a range of care services suitable for all levels of requirements, whether it be general assistance for everyday life or for more specialised care. Our team are always willing to help and will discuss care requirements regularly with the residents and their family so that they receive the best personal care which is tailor-made for them.

Across Hilton House, Goldendale House, and Twyford House, we provide personal care and support, Memory Care (also known as Dementia Care), Respite Care and Day Care.

What Care Types Do You Provide?

Care Types Explained:

  • Residential Care - Each of our care homes provide first-rate care for those who need security, extra help with their day-to-day living, and companionship. With care plans tailored to the individual, residents enjoy a homely environment, with round the clock care and a variety of activities to encourage daily social interaction. Our aim is to enable our residents to live a fulfilling and healthy life while they are in our care where we support all aspects from medication and nutrition and an active social agenda.
  • Memory Care- Specialist staff provide expert personal care in homes dedicated to the care, support, and treatment of individuals with dementia. This is a multi-faceted condition and takes on many forms. Someone with dementia may experience memory loss, confusion, their coordination may become impaired, leading to a lack of confidence and mood swings. Our care homes have staff who provide a safe environment, good nutrition, and activities to enable a sense of belonging.
  • Day Care - Our day care services can help to reduce loneliness for people living alone and also assists people to maintain their independence on a day-to-day basis. Each of our care home offers day care, inviting day visitors to take part in various social activities whilst also offering the opportunity to socialise with others in a caring and safe environment. This service is suitable for older people with varying requirements, including those who have dementia.
  • Respite Care - We offer support to those who need convalescence following an accident or illness and respite for those who need a well-deserved break. There are times when additional or specialist support following one or more of these situations is required. Sometimes a person’s carer also needs time to rest and recover and a period of short stay care is highly beneficial to all concerned. We take time to ensure that we understand the needs of the individual to provide high quality short stay care to aid recovery.

Make an Enquiry Today

To enquire about availability at our care homes in Staffordshire and Cheshire, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. We would love to hear from you and can also arrange an experience day for you and a loved one to allow you to get a feel for what life is like within a Lovett Care home. Our friendly team can also answer any questions that you may have regarding care types, facilities and funding.