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A great big thank you goes out to you all for your kindness, patience, caring and nursing care you gave to our dear sister.

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Thank you all for your excellent care of our dear friend. It was so good to know he was in such good hands whilst he was going through such an awful illness.

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Types of Care

When it comes to caring for individuals, one size doesn’t fit all. That’s why it’s vital to know what level of care you need for yourself or your loved one. At Cedars Care Group, our support and services are person-centred to meet our residents’ needs. From assisted living or residential, to nursing and dementia care, we offer different levels of support across all our homes. Here are some of our types of care.

Residential Care

Residential care is for those elderly people who value their independence but may need a little help with personal care. The level of assistance required could vary from sourcing and preparing meals to getting dressed and grooming. Overall, their needs are of a low requirement.

There are no structured routines at our residential care homes. Our carers foster personal choice but also encourage residents to take part in everyday activities within the home, such as making tea or getting into some light gardening.

Every one of our residents has an individual care plan. This is created with the resident and is tailored around each individual’s physical, emotional and social needs. Outside specialists regularly visit our homes, offering services such as chiropody, dental health and hairdressing.

We offer Residential Care at the following Cedars Care Group homes:
Derwent Residential Care Home – East Sussex
Ellenborough Nursing and Residential Care Home – North Somerset
Cedarwood House Care Home – East Sussex
Winscombe Hall Care Centre – North Somerset
Cedar Grange Care Centre – Southport

Nursing Care

Nursing care is for seniors who require regular medical assistance and more specialist care. Our nursing care homes have fully qualified nurses. They’re on hand 24/7 to monitor and assist residents with all their medical and physical needs.

Preserving dignity is important to us. Our nursing and care staff endeavour to maintain sensitivity and respect while working with the individuals we support. Part of this involves getting to know every resident that comes to live with us. Our nursing team draws out a bespoke care plan tailored around the individual’s medical, physical and emotional needs. Residents are always encouraged to be involved in deciding how their nursing care is planned and delivered.

We also work with residents and/or their families to complete a Life Book for each individual. This is a profile about a resident’s life and history, which guides our staff when starting conversations and introducing light activities or objects of interest. Such meaningful interactions help residents settle into their new home and re-establish a sense of self.

We offer Nursing Care at the following Cedars Care Group homes:
Ellenborough Nursing and Residential Care Home – North Somerset
Ash Croft House Nursing Home – Merseyside
Winscombe Hall Care Centre – North Somerset

Dementia Care

Caring for a person with Alzheimer’s or other forms of developing dementia requires specialist understanding. Dementia manifests differently in each individual, and symptoms change over time. Our professionally trained dementia staff offer residents and their families one-to-one support on what can often be a difficult journey. They take time to get to know, speak and reminisce with residents. This helps to create real bonds and positive interactions, which inspire wellbeing and a positive sense of self.

Cedars Care Group homes that offer dementia care, are purpose-designed. Clear signs assist orientation, while bright light spaces, good sight lines, and even surfaces enable residents to move around safely, encouraging independence. Dedicated areas have been created to provide stimulating sensory interiors and outdoor spaces. Our homes are furnished with familiar objects and interesting fixtures, which stimulate memory, inspire conversation and encourage social interaction.

Varied and meaningful activities are a fundamental part of day-to-day life at our homes. They are vital for the wellbeing of seniors living with dementia. We strive to improve their condition by providing meaningful activities, which help improve decision making, and reduce agitation and distress. Find out more about Activities at our homes, and the different ways we meet dementia care needs.

We understand that a resident’s condition can deteriorate. When this happens we work closely with family to help them anticipate the transitions they may experience over time. You can browse Our Understanding of Dementia section, for helpful resources on understanding dementia.

We offer Dementia Care at the following Cedars Care Group homes:
Derwent Residential Care Home – East Sussex
Woodlands Manor Care Home – Southport
Cedarwood House Care Home – East Sussex
Winscombe Hall Care Centre – North Somerset
Cedar Grange Care Centre – Southport

Respite & Convalescent Care

For seniors seeking assisted living or other forms of care for a short period of time, we offer Respite Care. There are various circumstances that may require this kind of service. It may be that families go on holiday, or a full time carer needs to take a break. Whatever the reason, many of our respite residents welcome the change of scenery. Often they decide to return for longer periods after they’ve experienced our care homes.

Convalescent care is ideal following an operation, illness or time in hospital. Our carers offer that extra support and assistance convalescence residents need while they regain their strength and confidence.
In both situations, family members can relax and be assured that their loved ones are being cared for in a welcoming, home-environment.

End of Life Care

At Cedars Care Group we celebrate life, but isn’t always easy. When it comes to the end, we focus on palliative care and the continued comfort of our residents at this stage of their life. Our dedicated team of carers and health professionals work closely to deliver specialist care 24 hours a day. We do our best to support family and friends during this difficult and emotional time. Any decisions about treatment and care are always made in line with the residents’ personal wishes and preferences.

Our staff are especially sensitive to the needs of residents and loved ones at this stage, and ensure that respect and dignity are preserved every step of the way.

We offer Dementia Care at the following Cedars Care Group homes:
Woodlands Manor Care Home – Southport
Cedar Grange Care Centre – Southport

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What our families say

We have been delighted with the way our Mum has settled at Cedar Grange. We have been impressed with all the care staff and the management, who enable us to all work together to provide the best quality of life possible for Mum.