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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April 11th 2014

With 11 eggs on a traditional simnel or apostle cake in mind, the specialist dementia team at Care UK has come up with 11 ways to make the most of the Easter holiday when you are caring for a loved one who has dementia.

March 6th 2014

Pupils from Cedars Park Community Primary School in Stowmarket have helped mark the beginning of construction work on Care UK’s new care home and wellbeing centre in the town.

February 3rd 2014

Care UK’s new care homes across Suffolk, which will begin opening later this year, have won praise from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service for going above and beyond fire safety regulations required within existing legislation.

April 24th 2014

A report published today by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has warned that by 2017 demand for care will outstrip the number of people who are able to provide it for their relatives.

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