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Does Your Loved One Need Memory Care?

Placing a loved one into a specialist memory care facility is often an extremely difficult decision for families and partners. However, it can be the right decision to enhance their quality of life and the person can still retain their independence, while receiving the bespoke, unique care they require. Chelsea Court Place is here to manage the safety and daily care of your loved one, so that you can enjoy recreational, quality time with them, safe in the knowledge that their needs are being met. Our highly experienced, dementia-trained staff aim to improve all residents’ quality of life while providing exceptional care for those with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. Our goal is for your loved one to enjoy life, while you can have complete trust and confidence in the quality of care they receive. We will also encourage them to make the most of activities and events to enhance their cognitive skills and be as independent as possible.

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An elderly person who may be struggling with memory loss due to Alzheimer's disease or another form of dementia may need specialised care, tailored to suit their individual requirements. They can benefit from living at Chelsea Court Place as our facilities are specially-designed with the specific needs of memory care residents in mind. We offer essential facilities for safety, including:

  • Secure doors to help keep residents safe
  • Emergency call systems in every room
  • Well-labelled rooms to aid navigation and reduce possible confusion

Our Memory Care Team will work individually with each resident, providing them with memory-related activities appropriate to their cognitive abilities and designed to stimulate brain activity and reduce anxiety.

An elderly person in memory care environments may have a level of impairment that makes it unsafe for them to remain at home, but may not need the intensive level of care provided in a nursing facility. Memory Care allows the individual experiencing memory loss to maintain a level of independence while relying on the safety and security of living in a residential facility with professional, compassionate staff on hand to offer ongoing help and support.