Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Care Guide

In this guide, we aim to address the concerns, questions and worries that individuals may have when considering the option of placing their elderly relatives affected by dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinson’s into a care home. 

We understand the importance of providing exceptional support and care to your loved ones. 

At Springfield Healthcare, we strive to offer personalised care plans and an outstanding level of support to ensure the well-being and comfort of our residents. 

Let’s explore the journey of dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and how we can assist you and your family.

What is Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s?

Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s are complex neurological conditions that affect individuals in different ways. 

Dementia is a broad term encompassing various diseases that cause a decline in cognitive abilities, memory loss, and changes in behaviour. 

Alzheimer’s disease specifically affects memory, thinking, and behaviour, while Parkinson’s disease primarily impacts movement and coordination. 

Each condition requires specialised care and support tailored to the unique needs of the individual.

Getting to Know Our Residents:

At Springfield Healthcare, we prioritise building meaningful connections with each resident. 

We take the time to understand their preferences, personal history, and individual requirements to create a personalised and unique care plan. 

By focusing on personalised care and support, we assure you that your loved ones will be in safe hands, receiving the attention and assistance they deserve.

Who We Are:

Our dedicated team of live-in and care staff at Springfield Healthcare is committed to providing exceptional care. 

We meticulously handle the recruitment process, compliance checks, training, and supervision of all our carers to ensure an outstanding level of service across all our care homes. 

With a compassionate and experienced team, we aim to offer a supportive and nurturing environment for our residents.

Dementia-Friendly Spaces:

Our care homes are thoughtfully designed to create dementia-friendly spaces that promote a positive impact on our residents. 

These spaces are tailored to enhance comfort, safety, and well-being, incorporating elements such as soothing colours, clear signage, and familiar objects. 

Each of our care homes is uniquely designed to meet the specific needs of our residents, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Family Support:

We understand the importance of supporting the family members of our residents.

At Springfield Healthcare, we offer emotional support, open communication channels, and regular updates on your loved one’s well-being. 

We encourage family involvement and work closely with you to understand your relative’s personal history, preferences, and care requirements. 

Additionally, we facilitate visiting arrangements and ensure regular reviews of care plans to maintain a high standard of care.


How does dementia affect everyday life?

Dementia can impact various aspects of everyday life, including memory, communication, decision-making, and self-care abilities. 

It’s important to provide a supportive and structured environment to assist individuals in maintaining their independence and quality of life.

When should someone with dementia go into a care home?

The decision to move a loved one with dementia into a care home depends on various factors, such as their safety, well-being, and the level of care required. 

It’s crucial to assess their needs and consult with healthcare professionals to determine the right time for a transition.

Can a dementia patient live in a residential care home?

Yes, residential care homes can provide appropriate support and care for individuals with dementia. 

These care homes are equipped to meet the unique needs of dementia patients, ensuring their safety, comfort, and overall well-being.

What support can be offered to a resident’s family members?

At Springfield Healthcare, we offer comprehensive support to family members, including open communication channels, emotional support, information on visiting arrangements, and regular updates on their loved one’s care. 

We work collaboratively with families to provide the best possible care experience for all.

In Conclusion:

Choosing the right care home for a loved one affected by dementia, Alzheimer’s, or Parkinson’s is a significant decision. 

At Springfield Care Homes, we are dedicated to providing personalised care, dementia-friendly spaces, and comprehensive support for both residents and their families. 

With our compassionate and experienced team, we strive to ensure the well-being, comfort, and quality of life of our residents.