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Leah Lodge - Cinnamon Care Collection

Leah Lodge’s boutique care home welcomes a small group of 48 residents; the perfect number to ensure a close sense of community, while allowing the highest standards of personalised care. For the team at Leah Lodge, care is not a career choice – it is part of our nature. We know it is the little things that can make all the difference – like always having time for a chat, knowing the names of your children and grandchildren, and never forgetting a birthday or anniversary. Leah Lodge provides high-quality, tailored residential and dementia care.

26 January 2017
Local Alliances:
Lewisham Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

Create a home that places importance in a person's past life. 

A home which provides meaningful occupation and the opportunity to be busy.

A home that creates comfort and a sense of belonging.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Accepting different realities whilst offering meaningful occupation.

Attracting families to become involved in life work.


2. Actions

  • To offer our facilities to the wider community

    We are able to offer our cafe area free of charge to dementia groups to hold dementia coffee mornings to help support carers living with people who are living with dementia.  We will provide the tea, coffee and cakes.

    Being implemented
  • Staff connection

    A home where staff connect and are trained in meaningful occupation.

  • For all of our team members to be dementia friends

    For all of team to attend a dementia friends seminar and to become a dementia friend.

  • Accepting different realities whilst offering meaningful occupation.

    Adapting the environment to make sense of meaningful activities.

  • Offer a dementia friends seminar to relatives and the wider community

    To organise a dementia friends seminar to the relatives of the residents who are living in our home and to the people of the wider community.