There are three types of Dementia – Alzheimer’s, Vascular Dementia and Mixed Dementia. At Seacroft Grange Care Village, we know that each person living with the condition will display their own symptoms and characteristics associated with their diagnosis. Sometimes the challenging behaviours associated with the condition can become too complex for a loved one to provide the care that is required, and that’s where we come in.
We understand the mixed emotions involved when considering moving a loved one who is living with dementia into residential care. For some people, this is one of the most difficult decisions they will ever make, so we’re here to reassure you:
• Our nursing support for those with dementia is available throughout Seacroft Care Village, ensuring access to specialist care in a homely, residential environment
• Our fully qualified nursing staff lead the teams and are on hand 24-hours a day to provide specialist care and support
• The combination of our unique facilities and highly experienced team generates the most therapeutic and understanding place to live for those needing dementia care
Specialist training for peace of mind
At Springfield Healthcare, we recognise that a person’s needs will vary as they progress through their pathway of care. With this in mind, we designed our own ‘Dementia Awareness’ training programme, which has been implemented at all our homes. The programme develops carers and nurses to either a bronze, silver or gold level, ensuring the care they provide is suitable to any individual’s requirements. This can give you peace of mind, and your loved one the quality of life that they deserve.
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