All Danforth Care Homes have been thoughtfully designed to allow residents living with dementia to be monitored safely without this ever becoming intrusive. Our care homes also include a number of features specifically designed to stimulate and prompt the attention and interaction of residents living with dementia.
Residential care is an ideal option for older people who could benefit from some extra support and security in their lives. Staff are on hand to help with everyday tasks, which helps reduce the worry of dealing with personal care, reduced mobility, general frailty and isolation. At Danforth care, we understand that it is important to know as much about each and every resident.
Our caring and friendly staff use specialised technology which assists in providing this personalised care. Our computerised care planning system allows us to develop a personal and individual care plan for every resident, that includes their hobbies and interests as well as medical needs. In this way, we can help meet the needs of everyone.
Residents that live with dementia can sometimes find it hard to communicate what they need. Our approach of treating each resident as an individual is backed by qualified staff, who work tirelessly to help them.
We offer the highest level of support to residents living with dementia so that they can live life to the full. Danforth care homes provide a safe environment for all our residents which, in turn, gives peace of mind to their friends, families and loved ones. Since it is vital that both mind and body remain active, daily activities are at the heart of our dementia care.
Danforth care homes offer short-term respite stays for older people who might not want or need to move in permanently, yet who need some extra help from time to time. Whether they are recovering from surgery or illness, or want to give their family carer a break, short stays can be organised and then repeated as often as they are required.
Any resident on a short break can take part in all daily activities and will receive the same high standard of care that full-time residents enjoy. A short break can also be an opportunity to trial the wonderful facilities we have on offer before deciding to make the move permanent.