Care Homes for Dementia

Is looking after your loved one becoming too much? Are you looking for a place where they will be comfortable, safe, and properly cared for? We have three care homes for dementia across Dorset, staffed by experienced and compassionate nurses who are dedicated to making the transition as easy as possible.

Our dementia care homes

Dementia care homesAranlaw House

Tucked away in the peaceful Branksome Park, Aranlaw House offers a cosy and homely living environment. Should the residents like to take in some fresh air, they can sit outside on our decked area or take a walk around our gated gardens.

Regency Manor

At Regency Manor, residents can enjoy views of Sandbanks and Brownsea Island, as well as making the most of our Beauty and Well-being Suite. Whether the patient requires nursing care, memory care, or just day-to-day residential assistance, our nurses are always on hand to help.

Seabourne House

The recently renovated Seabourne House is situated in the residential suburb of Westbourne, just a short walk from the beach. As with all of our care homes, residents have the privacy of their own bedroom and en-suite, complete with under-floor heating, television, and telephone facilities.

Our dementia care homes are registered by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), so you can guarantee that our service is regularly monitored, and that we consistently meet the high standards expected of us.

Why select our care homes for dementia?

At our care homes, your loved one will receive 24/7 support from fully-qualified nurses who specialise in dementia and memory problems. Our nurses will take the time to understand the patient and the triggers that may cause their confusion.

One of the most distressing aspects of dementia for both patients and those close to them is the forgetfulness and disorientation that can occur. This is why our Luxury Care homes are designed to minimise confusion. We have found that visual aids help our residents to recognise where they are and find their way around the home.

Examples of our special signage include:

  • Bedrooms labelled with residents’ names
  • Easily recognisable images
  • Street, garden, and seaside themed corridors
  • Brightly coloured bedroom and toilet doors
  • Brightly coloured handrails

Patients suffering from dementia can struggle with distinguishing certain colours or recognising things in their peripheral vision. The bold signage we use in our care homes prevents this confusion, so that the resident feels more comfortable and at ease in their surroundings.

Contact us

If you would like to come and view our care homes for dementia, or if you have any enquiries, do not hesitate to call our Luxury Care head office on 01202 292796 or email