Seabourne House Bournemouth

Are you looking for a care home for your loved one that suffers from dementia? Well, turn to our established Seabourne House. Bournemouth residents will be given a tailored care plan specific to their needs and requirements. We ensure that our residents continue to get the most out of their lives by offering a welcoming home from home for them. To find out more information, call 01202 428132.

Bournemouth, Seabourne House Offers High-Quality Dementia Care

We know the impact that dementia can have on not only the individual affected but their family, too. Here Seabourne House in Bournemouth, we help many residents live day-to-day in a comfortable environment. We ensure that they get the care they need while also still retaining their dignity and independence.

Seabourne House, Bournemouth residents, operates thanks to the dedication of our qualified staff. Due to our stellar work, we recently received a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission following an inspection. Rest assured that your loved one will be in safe hands when they move in to our home. Below, we have identified the types of care that we provide and the facilities we offer.


Dementia is a disease that occurs in the brain when cells begin to die, with Alzheimer’s being the most common form. Without optimum brain function, an individual can become forgetful and struggle with simple daily tasks. It is important to note that dementia affects individuals differently, which is why at our Bournemouth Seabourne House, we tailor our plans to each resident.

Our team work closely with GPs, nurses, and mental health organisations to ensure that we keep track of the progressive nature of the disease. We want your loved one to feel as though they have all the care that they require at our Seabourne House in Bournemouth. So, if we need to adapt their care plan, we will.

Palliative Care

If a current resident is nearing the end of their days, we offer palliative care here at Seabourne House. Bournemouth residents will not be forced to move as we make the process as comfortable as possible for them. Our team work closely with multi-disciplinary medical professionals, as well as therapists and chaplains. We ensure that your loved one’s wishes are met so that they can live their final days peacefully.


A man and woman have a conversation with a nurse

As well as providing the appropriate care to our residents, we also have a range of facilities that enable them to get through their daily routine as normal. Our team here at Bournemouth Seabourne House go above and beyond to make sure that our residents do not want for anything. We provide the following:

  • Laundry
  • Catering
  • Medical Services
  • Hair Salon
  • Chaplain
  • Optician and More!

Why Choose Seabourne House, Bournemouth Residents?

Due to our excellent care and facilities, Seabourne House in Bournemouth has become one of the best luxury care homes for dementia in the coastal town. With 48 large en-suite rooms and three floors, we welcome residents who are in need of some extra help. Every inch of our facility is designed and decorated to help those with dementia.

We have visual clues and sensory reminders to help our residents’ health, and you can rest assured that every single member of staff is trained accordingly. Here at Seabourne House, Bournemouth residents are cared for by professionals that all share the same goal. With intense training and the opportunity to gain additional qualifications, you can trust that we have your loved one’s interest at heart.

We take a thorough approach when devising care plans. Conducting pre-assessment, studying medical records and speaking to those involved is all part of our process here at Seabourne House. Bournemouth residents will be given a care plan that takes into account every aspect of their life, ensuring that not a single thing is missed.

Contact Us Today

If you would like to learn more information about the care and facilities we provide at Seabourne House, Bournemouth residents should get in touch. You can speak to a member of staff by calling 01202 428132 or you can send an email to Alternatively, contact us by filling in our online form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.