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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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Team behind £6.5 million Ferndown care home celebrates ‘topping out’

Team behind £6.5 million Ferndown care home celebrates ‘topping out’

July 20 2016

One of the UK’s leading independent care home providers, Care UK, has moved a step closer to delivering a new care home in Ferndown, with a ‘topping out’ ceremony held on site to mark the latest construction milestone in the £6.5million building project.

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Care UK homes go for gold at first county-wide sports day

Care UK homes go for gold at first county-wide sports day

July 19 2016

Ten care homes across Suffolk, plus Cavell Court care home in Norwich, have come together for a fun sports day inspired by the Olympic Games in Rio this summer.

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Care Home Open Day marked with commemorative video

Care Home Open Day marked with commemorative video

July 19 2016

When you have a record number of care homes taking part in Care Home Open Day it seems only right that the occasion should be recorded for all to see. With this in mind, Care UK set out to record as many of its 106 Care Home Open Day events as possible and this has now been unveiled as a new film launched this week.

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Hot weather advice for commuters

Hot weather advice for commuters

July 20 2016

Surges in temperatures this week may affect commuters more than other people and a London-based GP is urging people to plan in advance to prevent pain later.

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