Dorset Nursing Home

Are you looking for a Dorset nursing home that provides top quality dementia care? Well, here at Seabourne House, we have qualified and dedicated staff that specialise in caring for residents that suffer from the disease. We have created an environment where our residents feel safe, secure and independent. For more information about our wonderful nursing home, call 01202 428 132.

A Nursing Home Dorset Residents Can Boast About

Being based a short walk away from Southbourne’s beautiful beaches makes our nursing home in Dorset an attractive option. For someone dealing with dementia, the environment around them is incredibly important and here at Seabourne House, we go above and beyond to ensure that they feel safe and secure.

Each resident at our Dorset nursing home is given a care plan that is tailored to their specific needs. Every single individual is different, so it is essential that their treatment reflects this. Our ethos is not to only provide first-rate care but to bring a sense of community to Seabourne House. We want our residents to enjoy their days at our facility, giving them a home away from home. Below, we have outlined the care that we provide.

Dementia

When it comes to dementia care, there is not one specific mode of treatment. Dementia is a disease that affects individuals in various ways, which is why our staff create tailored care plans. If your loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s (a leading cause of dementia) then you can put your full trust in the qualified staff at our nursing home, Dorset residents.

This particular disease destroys brain cells, which affects the electrical connections in our brain. Therefore, some individuals fail to complete day-to-day tasks or understand simple instructions. Many people experience memory loss and difficulties in problem solving and language. It can be an incredibly distressing time, but our nursing home in Dorset continually monitors every change in behaviour so that your loved one is looked after properly.

In fact, the professionals at our Dorset nursing home work closely with GPs, nurses and mental health organisations to ensure that our residents get the best care. Rest assured that we provide in-house intensive training to enhance the knowledge and skills of our healthcare assistants.

The outside view of Seabourne House

Palliative Care

When a resident reaches the final days of their life, the staff at our Dorset nursing home aims to make their day-to-day as comfortable as possible. To ensure that they feel content in their environment, we work with a range of people, including the following:

  • Medical Staff
  • Therapists
  • Chaplains
  • Family and Loved Ones

Why Choose Our Nursing Home, Dorset Residents?

Here at Seabourne House, we have 48 large en-suite rooms across three floors for our residents, with three rooms designed for couples. As well as providing expert care, our nursing home in Dorset has a wide range of facilities, including catering, a laundry service and a hair salon. We also schedule regular visits from opticians, doctors, dentists and chiropodists.

The design of our Dorset nursing home itself is decorated in a way to help our residents with dementia. A common effect of this disease is the feeling of confusion and fear but by introducing visual cues and sensory reminders, we are able to limit this. We have found that the decoration of our building has helped calm down residents when they feel out of sorts.

We take great pride in the quality of our staff here at Seabourne House. Every single one works towards the common goal of ensuring that our residents get the care they require while feeling comfortable in their environment. Our Dorset nursing home provides a two-week induction to all of our staff and we continually offer support.

Contact Us Today

If you would like to find out more information about our Dorset nursing home, then give our team a call on 01202 428 132. Alternatively, send an email to info@luxurycare.co.uk or contact us by filling in our online form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.