Crabbe Street Care Home in Ipswich, Suffolk

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Crabbe Street care home in Ipswich offers personalised residential care for older people who have dementia.

Our welcoming, friendly team has a great deal of expertise in caring for older people who have Alzheimer’s and other forms dementia, including individuals with complex needs. Crabbe Street care home incorporates many design features that support individuals with dementia, including a multi-sensory room and ‘wandering loops’ where residents can explore freely, without meeting closed doors or dead-ends.

We support residents to take part in the day-to-day life of the home in any way they want to and encourage each person to stay as active and independent as possible. And we offer residents lots of choice about important aspects of daily life, including when and where they want to eat their meals and what activities they’d like to take part in.

Families and friends of residents are welcome to visit their loved ones at Crabbe Street care home at any time and we’re always happy to set up a table in our library for a private family meal.

If you are looking for flexible day care and wellbeing services please visit our adjacent wellbeing centre.

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Dementia care
Residential care

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October 28th 2014

Care UK responds to recent media coverage in Suffolk and updates on plans for the opening of Britten Court in Lowestoft.

July 31st 2014

Mary Hayes, a resident at Crabbe Street care home and Charlie Brock, a resident at Sidegate Lane home were delighted to take a first look at their new, state-of-the-art home, Prince George House, which is currently being built in the Ravenswood...

July 30th 2014

A national study has revealed just 28 per cent of adults would have their parents live with them if they needed full-time care, 32 per cent wouldn’t let their parents move in, and 36 per cent would have to seriously think about it.

November 21st 2014

The Mental Health Foundation has described a revelation that local authorities spend just 1.4 per cent of their public health budgets on mental health as “a great concern”.

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