Dementia Care2023-02-08T10:51:57+00:00

dementia care

Dementia Care

When making the decision to move a loved one into residential care, it is important to take time to consider all the options available. It may be beneficial for families and individuals to seek advice from their doctor or other health professionals, such as geriatricians, social workers and psychologists. By doing research on dementia-specific facilities, speaking with family and friends who have had similar experiences, and visiting various facilities in person, families can ensure they make the best decision for their family member.

Our carers are committed to ensuring the wellbeing of our residents every step of the way. We understand that transitioning into a care home can be overwhelming, and so make sure that our residents receive the support they need to settle in comfortably. Our staff take time to get to know each resident on an individual basis, providing them with specialised care tailored to their needs and preferences.


With over 50 years of experience in caring for elderly people, we have developed a wide range of services designed to meet the specific needs of our residents. From regular social activities and outings, through to specialist help with mobility or nutrition requirements – we provide a holistic approach that ensures our residents remain healthy and active both physically and mentally.

Personalised Dementia Support

Personalised dementia care is an approach to providing support and services for people with dementia that is tailored to their individual needs.

At Care Concepts, we understand the importance of providing person-centred care specific to each person living with dementia and their individual needs. Our team of highly trained professionals are dedicated to creating a positive environment for those in our care, designed to meet the physical, mental and emotional needs of each person.

Our knowledgeable and experienced staff are always on hand to provide support, guidance and reassurance for residents with dementia. They understand the importance of engaging residents in activities that have meaning and purpose to them, making sure that they’re well looked after. Our team also works closely with families and loved ones to ensure everyone is kept informed throughout their visit or stay.

We use a variety of different methods, such as music therapy, reminiscence tools, art classes and sensory rooms, to create stimulating environments that engage our residents and allow them to enjoy life again despite their condition. Our innovative approach ensures that all our care homes promote meaningful relationships between caregivers and those living with dementia.

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