Dementia Care

Dementia Care

Managing the various types and stages of dementia and, where possible, slowing its progress, requires a carefully planned environment and care plan. Stability, security and safety are essential – but without the feeling of restriction. Our dementia care areas are specifically designed for safe circulation without dead ends, and punctuated by clear visual prompts to help our residents with all types and stages of dementia. You’ll find circular pathways, sensory gardens, multisensory rooms and something of interest on every corner.

Familiarity and minimising potential stress are priorities – in environment and in care. We have highly trained and qualified teams of long-serving dementia carers. They spend a great deal of time with our residents, both to benefit their care through maximum understanding, and to offer stimulating companionship. You can find out more about our approach to caring for dementia in our dementia guide.

To see for yourself the supportive environment we’ve created, please book an appointment to visit your nearest dementia care home. We’ll give you a guided tour, and you can meet our dementia team and ask all the questions you need to make an informed decision.

The standard of care in this home is exemplary. The staff give 110% at all times. They are patient, caring, understanding, kind and sensitive to my father's needs. I cannot imagine how this could be improved. I would recommend Byron House to anyone. With all the bad press around regarding nursing care this home is a shining example of how wrong this is. They are first class.

Relative of Byron House resident