Hoylake Cottage Dementia Day Service
Hoylake Cottage Specialist Dementia Centre is here to help and support the individual, their loved ones or carers . No matter what stage of dementia the individual is at, our specialist dementia service can offer a wide range of both therapeutic and social activities. Support is offered within a dignified, respectful and person centred approach. It is important that the individual remains central to their support as their dementia progresses, and their voice is heard. Our specialist day service is split into two facilities. Each of these offers support in bright, airy and spacious lounge areas. Our Memory Lane rooms include a 1950 shop and 1930 parlour, a pub with a 1970 theme, all of which are used for reminiscence. We also offer quiet rooms for peaceful relaxation. We offer support to our carers through monthly meetings where we team up with other organisations to help and advise on every eventuality you may face during your journey with dementia.
- 26 September 2017
- North West
- Care, Charity, Health
- Local Alliances:
- Wirral DAA
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?
Hoylake cottage specialist dementia day care centre offers support for the individual and their carers through all stages of dementia.We offer a wide range of theraputic activities through reminiscence rooms to cognative stimulation therapy, arts and crafts, singing and many more. We encourage social inclusion and engagement in purposeful activities promoting a sense of self-worth. The Individuals are treated with dignity and respect in a safe,caring environment and we deliver a high quality of care through best practice ensuring that this meets the individual’s needs. We interlink with the house of memories and wired to extend our support to carers and offer a monthly carers meeting with other organisations to support carers in their day to day coping with caring for someone with dementia.
2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?
The challenges that we are faced with is how to raise awareness in our community that a support network is available for carers and the individual diagnosed with dementia. Also on how to help educate our community on becoming more aware of comunity members who may need extra support when faced with dealing with a diagnosis of dementia.