Our Impact

Our aim is to provide the best possible quality of life for people with dementia and their families.

Person-centred care

Everyone’s journey with dementia is different and it is difficult to measure the impact that our care has. However, we firmly believe that we provide the best possible quality of life for people with dementia and their carers. All of our care is person-centred, meaning that we treat each person with dementia as an individual.

Our Impact

Our latest infographics summarise our impact in 2015. Key areas of growth include:

  • the number of people with dementia supported,
  • the number of new jobs created; and
  • the positive feedback received about the quality of our services, both from care inspectors and the people for whom we provide care and their families.

Download the infographics here:

Impact Report 2015 Infographic One

Impact Report 2015 Infographic Two

Impact Report 2015 Infographic Three

Maintaining independence

We are building up a clear picture to demonstrate what we believe – that our model of small group, independent supported living provides:

  • higher quality of life, choice and control,
  • continued independence for longer,
  • low use of anti-psychotic medication; and
  • fewer falls and in the last year, no admissions to hospital for UTIs or dementia-related issues.

A homely environment

An inevitable part of our work involves supporting people with dementia and their families through the end of their lives. However, our model ensures that, in the vast majority of cases, the people for whom we care can pass away in a homely environment, surrounded by their loved ones, which ultimately is what we all want.

For more information about our Independent Supported Living, click here.