Our staff are expert in providing Alzheimer's care, enabling service users suffering from dementia to maintain quality of life for longer.
While there is no guaranteed way to prevent dementia, we perform several things to reduce the risk of it worsening
Encouraging physical exercise
Regular exercise has been shown to improve brain health and reduce the risk of dementia. We encourage residents to engage in physical activity, to help promote physical and cognitive health.
Promoting a healthy diet
A healthy diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains has been linked to a reduced risk of dementia. We provide a range of nutritious meals and snacks that are low in saturated fats, sugars, and salt.
Providing opportunities for social engagement
Social isolation and loneliness have been linked to an increased risk of cognitive decline and dementia. We offer a range of social activities and events that encourage residents to engage with others and form meaningful connections.
Offering cognitive stimulation
Engaging in mentally stimulating activities, such as puzzles, reading, or learning a new skill, can help keep the brain active and may reduce the risk of dementia. We offer a range of cognitive stimulation activities that are tailored to the needs and abilities of their residents.
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