Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Respite Care

At Hill House, we know the demands these conditions place on the person living with them and on their closest family and friends. Our personalised care programmes and our carefully designed homes have been based on the latest advice and research from experts in the dementia care field.  

Our aim is to enable our residents living with dementia to have lives that are as full and happy as possible. Our professional and experience staff will work with the individual and their families to create and deliver truly bespoke care.

We celebrate each person individually, by knowing about the career they followed, the hobbies they enjoyed, the friendships and partnerships they have delighted in.  

On a practical level, Hill House has been designed to help residents remain independent by including dementia friendly signage, high contrast electrical and other fittings, enhanced lighting, light and bright decoration and clearly defined colours which are used on soft furnishing or tableware. Our aim is to support those who need a little help with direction or need things to be clearly visible and defined.

For people looking for nursing or residential support, you will have recognised the time has come when a little extra help with everyday life wouldn’t go amiss. At Hill House, we will offer support and help with the daily living activities as and when you need them, from getting dressed, to taking a bath or perhaps just a little support at mealtime. For those needing nursing care, we offer a safe and comfortable environment, with a personalised care plan that pays attention to the smallest details that makes certain you can enjoy your life to the full.

If you are looking for respite or convalescent care to help you get back on your feet after a spell in hospital, or if you are recovering from an illness, we can help. A short break from your usual routine can make a huge difference, both for the person being cared for and the carer. For carers, it is vital that you know your loved one is comfortably, safe and looked after. For the cared-for, a short respite break gives you the opportunity to get away from the stresses of everyday life and ease that feeling of ‘being a burden’. Many of our regular respite residents look on their time with us as a short holiday!