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Dementia Care

What is Dementia?

Dementia is a syndrome associated with an ongoing decline of brain functioning. There are many different causes of dementia, and many different types. Research shows in the UK 1 in 11 people over the age of 65 have dementia.

People with dementia can lose interest in their usual activities and may have problems managing their behaviour or emotions. They may also find social situations difficult and lose interest in relationships and socialising. Dementia symptoms may include problems with:

• memory loss
• thinking speed
• mental sharpness and quickness
• language or trouble speaking
• understanding
• judgement
• mood
• movement
• difficulties doing daily activities.

Our Dementia Care

As a person’s dementia progresses, they will require more care and support and sometimes moving into a care home may be the best option for their safety and wellbeing. At Knights Care we understand that everyone’s experience with dementia is unique and so we tailor the care we provide to the individual. Our aim is to support them in maintaining dignity and a good quality of life while ensuring they receive empathetic and caring support.

We are dedicated to helping residents live well with dementia and encourage them to continue with their hobbies and to stay as active as possible. Our homes are purpose built and we have gone the extra mile to ensure dementia safe environments where individuals can live as independent and stress-free a life as possible. Residents are welcome to personalise their rooms with familiar furniture, pictures, and other personal belongings. We work with residents and families to customise their environment in a way that protects their identity and helps us to get to know about them as an individual.

Knights Care Homes Providing Dementia Care

Abbey Court,


Cherry Holt,






Drovers Call,


Randolph House,