Dementia can affect different people in different ways, so it can be hard to know what type of care to choose. Thankfully, person-centred dementia care is designed to exactly meet your particular needs, whether in a specialist residential care home, or your own home. Our helpful guide explains the difference between types and levels of dementia care, helping you to make an informed decision about your care choices, so that you can live well with dementia.
Specialist CareOur specialist teams are passionate about supporting people to live well with dementia, life-limiting illness and medical conditions requiring nursing care or additional specialist support.
Learning Disabilities CareAchieving national recognition for its work, our learning disabilities service, Realise, provides high-quality, personalised care and support for those living with learning disabilities and Autism across the South of England.
Physical Disabilities CareOur Physical Disability respite centre in Taunton, is rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission. This person-centred service offers support to those aged between 18 – 65 years of age, who have a physical disability or sensory loss.