Local Care Home Opens Its Doors To Dementia Cafe

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Stamford Bridge Beaumont care home, in Stamford Bridge have invited members of the local community to their monthly dementia café. Staff at the home have been working with Stamford Bridge Local Parish Council to support with making the village more Dementia Friendly and are delighted to be able to launch this café every month and offer support to others.

Taking place the last Thursday of every month between 2-4pm, guests will have a chance to meet other people who are supporting others living with dementia. Free to all, the dementia café at the home provides a safe environment and social support.

During the care group session, guests will also have a chance to meet the team at the home, to discuss any questions they might have about care. Some months, guest speakers will be welcomed to the home.

General Manager Emma Smith said: “We’re really looking forward to making more friends in our local community. The condition itself can be quite lonely and frightening, and the more support we can provide to each other, the better. 

If anyone is unable to make it on the day but would like to pop in for a tour and a cup of tea, our doors are always open.”

Stamford Bridge Beaumont care home care home is run by Barchester Healthcare, one of the UK’s largest care providers, which is committed to delivering high-quality care across its care homes and hospitals. Stamford Bridge Beaumont provides residential, dementia and nursing care from respite care to long term stays.

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