We pride ourselves on delivering the most outstanding Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care to enrich the life of our residents.
Our home has been designed to the highest standard, complying with the needs of memory care patients at every level in order to promote independence for as long as possible. All of our staff are dementia-trained and adopt the latest, most innovative techniques to enhance the care we provide to our dementia residents.
At Chelsea Court Place, our experienced staff are equipped with all the resources, skills and knowledge to ensure that your loved one receives the best possible care. We enjoy building meaningful relationships with our residents and their families to provide an appropriate and personalised level of care, tailored to suit each individual.Each and every resident at Chelsea Court Place is valued and respected, and regarded as part of our close-knit, family-based community.
It is extremely important when caring for a family member or a loved one with dementia to understand as much as possible about Alzheimers disease and dementia. The more knowledge you have about dementia, the better placed you will be to cope with the challenges it can bring. A greater understanding of dementia will also allow you to develop a better relationship with a loved one affected by the disease. To help you understand more about dementia, Chelsea Court Place provides educational resources to benefit family members.
An elderly person who may be struggling with memory loss due to Alzheimers 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:
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.