Wellbeing

Wellbeing

Wellbeing at the core of care

We understand the importance that wellbeing has on those being cared for. This is why at Sherborne House we feel it is important that our person-centered approach to Dementia and nursing care considers each individual, so we are able to respond to changing care needs and individual wishes.

You will receive your own care plan, specifically designed to meet your individual needs, which will be regularly monitored and updated. Our specialist care teams offer a range of stimulating daily activities, which is particularly important to individuals with Dementia and those recuperating from illness or operations. Designed around you, these activities will create plenty of opportunities for you to spend time with other residents and get to know one another, and provides a change of scenery. These activities include seaside trips, visits to places of local interest, and even demonstration visits to the home by birds of prey!

Our menu is mindful of the difficulties that can be faced by long term illnesses and behavioural, emotional and physical changes that take place as Dementia progresses. Our menu caters for these changes in tastes, as well as specific dietary requirements, so you can continue to enjoy your food through a range of nutritious traditional and contemporary dishes, all beautifully prepared using the finest fresh ingredients.

If you and your loved one have a special occasion to celebrate, then why not invite friends and family to come and dine with you in the intimate surroundings of our family room?

Take a look at our sample menu

Breakfast

  • Full English breakfast or continental style breakfast

Lunch

  • Braised lamb steak in onion gravy served with creamed potatoes and vegetables of the day

Dessert

  • Fresh fruit cocktail, Tea and Coffee
  • Supper Mushroom and ham pasta bake or soup of the day or sandwiches

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