The team at Priors House is passionate about enabling inhabitants who are living with dementia to live life to the full. Then their Care Homes Leamington Spa reached the best level and the ethos of care is all about behind people to live well with dementia. This underpins everything they do, from the way they have designed the home, to their move toward food and dining, and the fulfilling activities they organize. Every person in the Priors House team is committed to making every day rewarding for residents who are living with dementia. They get to know their loved ones well so that every feature of their lifestyle, care, and environs is tailored to their needs and interests.
They see the person behind dementia, finding ways to ensure that their loved one feels valued and enjoys a sense of the point. Their colleagues assume the latest dementia training and are supported by dementia champions team members with superior dementia knowledge who provide day-to-day advice and support for colleagues and relatives.
Enabling residents to live a fulfilling life:
Their lifestyle team organizes a wealth of group and one-to-one behaviour. Animal therapy is known for its calming benefits for people who are living with dementia, so the team organizes visits from different therapy animals. They also have their guinea pigs, which residents help to care for. Music too is well known for its aptitude to improve the mood, mobility, and communication skills of people living with dementia. Residents love their regular music and movement sessions, performances from professional entertainers.
Inhabitants enjoy shopping trips and lunch outings, and a Gents on Tour group heads off to a variety of matches. Colleagues also go the extra mile literally to fulfil individual residents’ needs. Recently, residents have visited Grimsby, London, and Dorset to relive pleased memories. There’s plenty to occupy inhabitants who prefer to stay closer to home. The Priors House dementia suite has themed areas for inhabitants to explore, including a new sensory garden room. There are regular film showings in the cinema plus spoil sessions and visits from a hairdresser and a dementia-friendly barber. inhabitants enjoy shopping trips and lunch outings, and a ‘Gents on Tour’ group heads off to a variety of matches. Colleagues also go the extra mile literally to fulfil entity residents’ wishes. Recently, residents have visited Grimsby, London, and Dorset to relive happy reminiscences.
There’s plenty to inhabit residents who prefer to stay closer to home. The Priors House dementia suite has themed areas for residents to discover, counting a new sensory garden room. There are usual film showings in the cinema plus pamper sessions and visits from a hairdresser and a dementia-friendly barber.
Supporting persons with dementia to eat and drink well:
Dementia can affect a person’s cravings, body clock, and tastes, putting them at risk of undernourishment and weight loss. Their team takes pride in behind residents to dine with dignity. Their chef-led kitchen team will learn all about our appreciated one’s favourite dishes and comprise them on the menu. They also cater to dissimilar dietary needs. They use modified dementia-friendly bowls and dinner service and residents who are living with dementia can view plated meals so they can make a knowledgeable choice about what they want.