For people living with dementia and their loved ones, choosing to move into residential care can be one of life’s most difficult tasks, filled with a range of mixed emotions and questions. More often than not, residents join our homes through a sense of urgency following a noticeable deterioration in their condition.
At Lovett Care, we understand how daunting this transition period can be for everyone involved. This is why our experienced, friendly and knowledgeable care staff are on hand every minute of each day to ensure residents are comfortable, stimulated, healthy and happy in our home from home environments.
Further to this, our interactive dementia training and bespoke support is delivered by the Company’s Dementia Lead. This ensures that each and every one of our members of staff is up-to-date and appropriately trained to deliver personalised, effective dementia care.
Personalised Dementia Care
With the prevalence of dementia projected to increase, it is now more important than ever for effective person-centred care of individuals living with dementia. At Lovett Care, we are committed to delivering high-quality specialised dementia care to those who need it. Across our group of care homes, we offer dementia care to residents in order to support them in living a happy, dignified and independent lifestyle.
We understand that dementia affects everyone very differently. As such, our personalised care plans take huge steps to understand the needs of each and every resident and deliver care in line with them. Through our excellent specialist care we strive to make each individual feel comfortable and safe in our residential environments, as well as devising a personalised activity programme that’s tailor made for them.
Supporting Local Families With Dementia Care
Looking after a family member or friend with dementia is often challenging emotionally and physically. For this reason, it’s important to seek help and support in order to keep yourself healthy both physically and mentally.
At Lovett Care, we offer respite and day care services that let you take some time for yourself while your family member or friend with dementia is cared for in a safe space. We understand that some carers may feel conflicted about day care, or utilising respite care. If that is the case, we encourage you to come and visit us and experience the safe, stimulating, person-centred environment and care we offer to all of our residents.
Find Out More About Dementia Care From Lovett Care
If you would like to find out more about residential dementia care, respite, or day care then please do get in touch. Our team at Twyford House in Alsager, Hilton House in Penkhull, Charlotte House in Bebington and Regency Care Home near Manchester will be happy to give you and your loved one a tour of each home and can also provide you with more information about our assisted living services.Contact Lovett Care Today
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