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Dementia care

Dementia care

We have one aim - to help our clients live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.

Although we have a long track record in excellent dementia care, we are not complacent about the care services we provide and are always looking for ways to improve. We recently challenged our teams to come up with new and creative ways to improve the experience for our clients and what they came back with has changed our approach significantly.

Our homes have been designed to create the best possible environment for residents dealing with the challenges of dementia, to preserve their sense of identity and to give them choices so they can continue doing the things they love.

Take a look at our brochure on dementia care to better understand your options.

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Music gives residents – and carers – another string to their bow at St Vincent’s House

Music gives residents – and carers – another string to their bow at St Vincent’s House

September 20 2016

Residents at St Vincent’s House care home in Hammersmith, West London, have just completed an eight-week music project, aimed at enhancing their social and emotional wellbeing.

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Littlehampton care home saddles-up for visit from miniature ponies

Littlehampton care home saddles-up for visit from miniature ponies

September 19 2016

Residents at a Littlehampton care home welcomed some very special neigh-bours when Pony Pals visited recently.

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Furry friendships for residents at Bury St Edmunds care home

Furry friendships for residents at Bury St Edmunds care home

September 15 2016

Residents at Glastonbury Court care home in Bury St Edmunds are keeping active and enjoying the benefits of being outdoors with the help of two new chickens and a rabbit.

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Health news

Positive drug trial raises hopes in the fight against dementia

Positive drug trial raises hopes in the fight against dementia

September 23 2016

Latest research has raised hopes of a major breakthrough in the battle against Alzheimer’s disease.It revealed that a drug has been developed which can remove amyloid protein from the brains of people who are in the early stages of the disease.

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