Dementia Care

We provide specialist dementia care to all our residents living with the condition and its associated forms.

At Barrowhill Hall, we do everything in our power to support our residents living dementia and ensure that they maintain the quality of life that they are used to.

Our specialism is dementia. We select staff not only for their qualifications and expertise in the condition, but also their warmth, sensitivity and dedication.

At Barrowhill Hall, we recognise that dementia care is continuously developing. Our commitment means that we are always embracing innovations and advancements in dementia care. We strive to ensure that our specialists are always are up-to-date with the best dementia care practices.

Our specialists understand that dementia care must be high-quality and person-centred. We take care to develop a profound and personal relationship with all of our residents. Understanding an individuals’ unique history, likes and dislikes is integral to providing valuable, personable care.

We appreciate that every resident is affected by the condition differently, with their own specific care preferences and requirements. Our extensive training ensures that our specialist team can support and care for every individuals’ unique needs.

Our living environments are designed to be as nurturing and comfortable as possible. Our luxury Churnet Lodge accommodation within the Barrowhill estate is specifically fitted with facilities to assist those living with dementia.

We pride ourselves in delivering the finest, tailored residential and nursing services to all individuals who choose to live with us. Our team are dedicated to continuously exceeding the expectations of our residents and their loved ones. Round the clock nursing and personal care is always on hand.

Please feel free to get in contact with one of our team to discuss your situation further. We are here to help you every step of the way.

Nursing Care

We provide high-quality 24-hour nursing care for any resident who requires the supervision of a qualified nursing team.

Nursing care is for those who require qualified nursing and convalescent care 24 hours a day. This can include people who require rehabilitative care (for example, after a stroke); residents who require peg feeding; residents who require medicative schedules; and residents with physical disabilities and long-term conditions.

At Barrowhill Hall, we offer round-the-clock nursing care for any residents who require the supervision of fully qualified nurses. We understand that every resident has their own unique care preferences and requirements, and tailor our nursing care to meet individual needs.

Our nurses are committed to delivering first-class person-centred care. We select our nurses for their compassion, warmth and commitment as well their expertise and qualifications.

Our specialists are committed to continuously delivering the very best practise in nursing care. Our services are available to those with a wide range of daily living and clinical care needs.

We pride ourselves in delivering the finest, tailored residential and nursing services to all individuals who choose to live with us. Our team are dedicated to continuously exceeding the expectations of our residents and their loved ones. High-quality 24-hour nursing and personal care is always on hand.

Please feel free to get in contact with one of our team to discuss your situation further. We are here to help you every step of the way.

Residential Care

We deliver first class residential care to ensure that all of our residents maintain the quality of life that they are used to

At Barrowhill Hall, we understand how important residential care is in nurturing and enabling our residents’ wellbeing. We are committed to delivering the best quality of life possible to all our residents.

As we get older, it can become harder to manage on our own. Our residential care services are designed to ensure that all our residents feel comfortable and independent whether they need help with assisted eating, washing, dressing or mobility.

Long-term residential care at Barrowhill Hall includes luxury accommodation that is specifically designed with facilities that assist those living with dementia and its associated forms. We also provide delicious and nutritious home-cooked meals and individual support and personal care.

Living spaces at Barrowhill Hall are designed to inspire a sense of community to ensure that all our residents feel truly at home. Our carers develop thoroughly enjoyable activity programmes and we engage our residents in stimulating social events. These activities can include baking, gardening, gentle outings and exercise as well as life-skills work. Specialist activities and therapies are also included in these programmes.

To discuss our residential care packages contact us here. We are here to help you every step of the way.

Respite & Day Care

We offer high quality respite or day care for those usually care for by a friend, relative or professional carers

Respite care is a temporary living arrangement at a care home and is also known as a short stay.

At Barrowhill Hall, we appreciate the amazing work done by friends and relatives to care for their loved ones. When you’re caring full-time for a loved one, responsibilities can feel as though they’re piling on top of you. You may be unable to fulfil your care duties due to illness or injury, or you might simply need to recharge your batteries.

We believe that every carer deserves a well-earned break to dedicate some quality time to themselves. That’s why we offer respite and day care to support carers who occasionally need to take time out from their care role. You can feel secure in the knowledge that your loved one is receiving first class support in a warm and welcoming environment with friendly staff and residents.

We also offer convalescent breaks for individuals who are well enough to leave hospital but not yet well enough to return home. At Barrowhill Hall, our nursing and care teams provide first class rehabilitative care for individuals recovering from illness.

To arrange a short-term stay at our home please contact a member of our team here. We are here to help you every step of the way.

Young Onset Dementia

At Barrowhill Hall our focus is on person centred care and looking at the person rather than the diagnosis.

People with dementia whose symptoms started before they were 65 are often described as ‘younger people with dementia’ or as having young-onset dementia.

The age of 65 is used because it is the age at which people traditionally retired. However, this is an artificial cut-off point without any biological significance.

The symptoms of dementia are not determined by a person’s age.  Here at Barrowhill Hall our focus is on person centred care and looking at the person rather than the diagnosis, it’s because of, we find that the time in which a person’s journey with dementia starts can often impact in the way in which we taylor the care delivered to the individual.  In the case of those living with Early Onset or Young Onset Dementia what we deliver is tailored for that younger person, we understand younger people often have different need and require some different support and different cognitive stimulation based on likes, needs and preferences.  For this very reason, we have x 4 full time activities staff