We provide two kinds of services for older people: caring for those with dementia, and supportive rehabilitation for those who have other complex mental health problems.
We believe passionately in providing good care to people with dementia and their families. We also believe that it is entirely possible to live a good quality and meaningful life. With the right help, this is a reasonable expectation for anybody living with dementia.
We provide a number of different dementia services:
Our main purpose is to help older people with complex mental health problems to live well and independently in the community. We work with people to understand and manage their mental health condition, as well as to develop and practise the skills which are important to live independently.
Find out about our supportive rehabilitation services for older people:
Wendy is passionate about the care of people with mental health needs, and is dedicated to championing older people and their carers. She has a unique insight into the challenges and rewards of working with vulnerable people, having started her 30-year career as a support worker. She has served and led within a range of specialties, including ward inpatient care, community care, day-services, and psychiatric intensive care. Wendy is driven to deliver the highest quality for each unique individual and to continue to develop relevant, responsive, and user-centred services with equality and flexibility at their heart.