Care Homes

Montrose Care Home

Care Home in Watford

Care home specialising in long term residential care, dementia care, short term care & respite care for older people.

Tremona Care Home

Care Home in Watford

Tremona is a purpose built home situated in a leafy residential road in the exclusive Nascot Wood area of Watford. The home is within easy reach of the town centre and close to the beautiful Cassiobury parklands and Whippendell woods.

Halcyon Days Care Home

Care Home in Graveley

Care home in Graveley near Stevenage. Offers respite and day care, residential care, dementia care and palliative and end of life care.

The number of Care Home in Hertfordshire is growing by the year. Hertfordshire has many excellent and extensive care homes offering superb facilities. These care homes often specialise in one or more different types of care. From Long Term Residential Care to Short Term Stay to Dementia Care and Respite Care which include Holiday Breaks. They all have the same aim, to offer the very best help for older people and improve their way of life.

Long Term Residential Care

It is important to find the right care home in Hertfordshire for the person who's going to live their long term. When looking for long term residential care, many Hertfordshire homes offer excellent facilities. The best homes also offer many different services such as complimentary laundry services, fully inclusive home cooked meals, a full and inclusive entertainment and activities programme, peaceful surroundings with very good company. The homes are usually in very safe environments. With Hertfordshire’s beautiful countryside, some of the homes are set in the most scenic surroundings.

Dementia care

With the increasing awareness and understanding of dementia over recent years it is no surprise that the number of care homes specialising in dementia care has grown considerably. Dementia care is becoming more and more important and the best care homes in Hertfordshire offer Dementia Care Seminars. These seminars are for carers and families caring for a loved one with dementia. The seminars help to understand what someone with dementia is experiencing and teaches us about the small things we can do to help. This care has now improved so much in recent years that a network has grown to assist families to share their experiences. There are even pioneering Virtual Dementia Tours where people can wear a head set to see what it’s like for people with dementia. Some Hertfordshire homes are leading the way in this new technology.

Short Stay, Respite and Holiday breaks

Many homes in Hertfordshire offer short stay, respite care and holiday breaks. This respite or convalescence care is a short stay solution for individuals who maybe looking for extra support following post-operative or hospital care. Or sometimes the short stays are taken whilst a regular carer takes a break. Or it could be for just a break. These respite care packages offered by Hertfordshire care homes often cover both residential and specialist dementia care can be anything from a couple of weeks to a few months to offer families the reassurance that their loved one is enjoying exceptional care within a friendly, enabling and stimulating and enjoyable environment. The finest homes offer a personalised assessment, individual care plans, fully furnished rooms and the opportunity to enjoy seven days a week engagement & lifestyle programme.

Financing Long Term Care in Hertfordshire

Around 140,000 people go into care every year. Hertfordshire like every other county has seen a growing amount of people living longer. The top care homes in Hertfordshire now offer financial surgeries to assist people in Hertfordshire care homes. 43% of people are faced with funding their own care and only 10% of these seek proper financial advice. Therefore, the best care homes in Hertfordshire are offering support for older people and offering support to families through their care decisions. These consultations have been invaluable providing information and advice to families.

The best Hertfordshire care homes have a mission of delivering exceptional care within an enabling, high quality environment. These care homes work with a person-centred approach that recognises the uniqueness of every individual and the individual care they need.

Every aspect of care and living at the care homes is personalised to each resident. The home teams in Hertfordshire get to know each individual well so they can create care and lifestyle plans that meet their unique preferences. The homes often have the very best trained staff who ensure that regular group and one-to-one activities are tailored to residents’ interests.

Christmas can be a great time for residents at care homes in Hertfordshire. Some homes offer daily Christmas events from pantomimes to craft clubs; from carol singing to friends and family visits. Care homes are renowned for Christmas lunches and Christmas parties again where family is invited. New Year at Hertfordshire care homes is often a lot of fun with drinks, buffets and music.

Learning Disability Homes

This very expansive care and support is for older people and those living with learning disabilities or mental health problems in Hertfordshire. A multitude of excellent care homes support older people with learning disabilities to live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives. These care homes have been providing award-winning care for many years. Hertfordshire disability care homes understand that help for individuals is based on how you live. The homes help people with learning disabilities or mental health with active support, often fulfilling lives in some of the most safe and comfortable surroundings.

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