There are estimated to be almost one million people now living with dementia in the UK. Of course, the condition not only affects the sufferer but all those who are close to and caring for them. Dementia is a general term and covers a range of different types of dementia, the most common of which are: Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, frontotemporal dementia and Lewy body dementia, (associated with Parkinson’s disease).
At Ashton Manor and Astley View we have dedicated dementia communities which have been designed with the latest in dementia-friendly living. Our staff are trained to meet the needs of dementia residents with specialised care plans, stimulating activities and person-centred, individualised support. We are here to support your loved one living with dementia to live the best quality of life possible.
We encourage residents to bring with them personal items from their home. This is your space and it is important that familiar, cherished personal belongings come with you and provide comfort, familiarity and fond memories. For those living with dementia, establishing a daily routine and staying active are important ways to retain health and a sense of purpose and identity. As part of our moving-in process, our staff will work with you to understand your loved one’s interests, passions and challenges, building a care and activity plan to suit, and adapting this as your loved ones needs change over time.
Speak to one of our specialist dementia-trained staff members today about our outstanding dementia care provision at Astley View and Ashton Manor.
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Top 20 Award
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