Excellent Dementia Care Home in Bournemouth, Dorset

Seabourne House is a warm and welcoming nursing home for those at any stage of dementia. Situated in Southbourne, one of Bournemouth’s quiet residential suburbs, it’s only a short stroll from the town centre and the golden sands of the beach.

We don’t believe in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to care. Every person is different, which is why the care we provide is tailored to each individual’s specific needs and preferences. We honour any special requests and strive to provide each person with the best quality of life we can.

Contact us today to learn more about our personalised residential care services in Southbourne, Bournemouth, Dorset, and book a viewing. We look forward to welcoming your family into ours.

Our home boasts a wealth of exceptional facilities, carefully designed to promote independence and enhance the lives of our residents.

The latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection awarded our home “Good”, which shows our commitment to quality care in a luxurious and safe environment.

If you’d like to find out more, get in touch with our friendly team online or by calling 01202 125627.

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Providing Exceptional Care in Southbourne, Dorset

When your loved one moves into Seabourne House, they aren’t giving up their freedom – they’re getting the care and support they need to continue living life as independently and freely as possible.

Before moving in, we assess their care needs through:

  • Completing a pre-assessments
  • Studying medical records,
  • Speaking to family members and the resident

This allows us to draw up a detailed care plan, taking into account everything from their daily routines to the medication they take. Every member of staff has access to the care plan and can update it to reflect your loved ones’ needs. Care plans are frequently reviewed and monitored to ensure your loved one receives the right level of care at all times.

Our care home staff also work closely with GPs, mental health organisations, and nurses to make sure that each individual is receiving the best possible care for all their needs.

Care Offers

Sometimes permanent, full time care is not yet needed. To help, we’re offering:

Day care: now just £19.95 per hour, or £145 for a 9-6 day.

Respite care: book for 4 weeks, and ONLY pay for 2!

Subject to availability. Offer ends on June 30th!

Dementia-Focused Support

Seabourne House has been specifically designed to ease the difficulty of living with dementia through:

  • Easy-to-navigate layout to reduce confusion,
  • Bright colouring
  • Clear signage
  • Visual cues
  • Sensory reminders

Our care team undergo an extensive in-house training programme to achieve the skills and knowledge required to provide medical, personal and emotional care for people with dementia. They’re committed to treating each person with dignity, respect, and kindness – as well as plenty of good humour!

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    What’s It Like Living in Seabourne House?

    Aside from the exceptional care we provide, residents of Seabourne House can enjoy spacious and well-equipped ensuite rooms, cosy communal areas, healthy home-cooked meals and a thoughtfully curated activities schedule. We also offer a comprehensive range of services to ensure the comfort of residents, including an in-house hair salon and regular day trips out.

    Rooms and Facilities

    We want our residents to feel comfortable in their surroundings, which is why we’ve created a true home away from home. Our dementia care home is made up of three floors with 48 large ensuite rooms in total; three of the rooms are designed for couples who want to stay together, and come with a comfortable double bed.

    Each room in our Dorset house is fitted with:

    • Spacious bed
    • Cosy, comfortable furniture
    • Plenty of space for additional features to help them move around independently
    • Walls painted the colour of their choice
    • Memory box at the entrance, displaying personal photographs and images

    We encourage residents to make their rooms their own by adding their favourite furniture, photos and paintings. By doing this, and adding their memory box to the entrance, we can help alleviate confusion and help them recognise and feel comfortable in their room.

    We have created a wonderful tight-knit community here at Seabourne House, and many of our residents enjoy socialising together in our lounges, dining areas and garden. The communal areas in our care home are warm and welcoming and include:

    • Comfortable armchairs,
    • Televisions,
    • Bookcases,
    • and more.

    Services

    We provide a range of services to ensure our residents feel comfortable and well-cared for. Our friendly staff members are always available to assist with anything our residents may need, and are always committed to going the extra mile for them.

    Some of the core services we provide include:

    • Laundry and housekeeping
    • Catering
    • Hair salon and barbers
    • Medical services
    • Chaplain
    • Well-being support

    Activities and Days Out

    We believe that staying active and engaged is key to our residents' well-being. That's why we offer a wide range of activities to suit all interests and abilities.

    Some of our many activities include: 

    • Bingo
    • Scrabble
    • Baking
    • Poetry sessions
    • Balloon tennis
    • Arts and crafts
    • Singalongs
    • Nativities and musicals

    We also arrange for regular days out:  

    • Strolls through the New Forest
    • Visits to theatres and art galleries,
    • Trips to museums 
    • Lunch out at local cafes and restaurants

    FAQs For Seabourne House Care Home In Bournemouth

    It is situated in Southbourne, Bournemouth, Dorset, and is close to popular amenities.

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is England’s health and social care services regulator and has rated Seabourne House as good, based on the level of care and safety at the home. 

    The following types of elderly care are available at this home:

    There are currently 48 beds at the home. Each room is fitted with modern furnishings, state-of-the-art equipment and luxury decor.  

    This care home is owned and operated by LuxuryCare.

    Activities are the centre of our care home. We ensure there is a variety of health and wellness activities available at Seabourne House, including hair & beauty treatments, birthday & holiday celebrations, gardening & flower arranging, trips out and performances.

    Prices will vary from home to home, depending on the level of elderly care required. At Seabourne House the cost of care starts from £1,000 per week.

    It’s best to call the home directly on 01202 125627 to find out about the total cost of care for your unique needs.

    The staff at Seabourne House are specially trained to deal with a range of health conditions. These include:  

    • Spinal injury 
    • Brain injury or tumour 
    • Multiple sclerosis  
    • Muscular dystrophy  
    • Motor neurone disease  
    • Cerebral palsy  
    • Dementia 

    Absolutely. We know that no two persons care will be the same, therefore we assess each of our residents individually and create a bespoke care plan, working with their loved ones too. Each care plan is a working document, meaning that we will amend it when we feel it is appropriate. We will always notify loved ones of any chances before we make them.  

    A care plan covers everything, from your loved one’s personal care to medical care and their daily routines. We try to create a plan that will encourage your loved one to remain as independent as possible while receiving the support they need.  

    Yes. We will make sure that our staff continues to provide the same kind and calibre of care, whether your loved one is leaving the hospital, moving from a different care facility, or was receiving care at home before living with us.  

    Open communication with all parties involved and close staff collaboration with NHS therapy teams when necessary are how we achieve this.  

    Yes. Our staff undergo extensive training so that they have up-to-date knowledge and skills to provide excellent care for those living with dementia.  

    Our main priorities are the safety and well-being of our residents. In order to meet each resident’s specific needs, we maintain a high staff-to-resident ratio, carry out routine assessments, put individualised care plans into place, and make sure the environment is safe. 

    Our committed team consists of licenced practical nurses, certified nursing assistants, registered nurses, and other medical specialists with advanced training and a wealth of experience in handling complex nursing needs. We place a high priority on continual education and training to make sure that our employees are knowledgeable about the newest methods and procedures.

    Yes, we are aware of how critical healthy eating and medical supervision are for residents requiring advanced nursing care. Our talented culinary team collaborates closely with medical professionals, you, and your loved one to develop meal plans that satisfy medical needs and dietary restrictions while maintaining a healthy diet and delicious meals. 

    To give our residents the best care possible, we think that families and staff should work together in an atmosphere of open communication. We support family participation in care planning, decision-making, and receiving regular updates on the health of their loved one. We also provide resources and support services to assist families in overcoming the difficulties involved in providing care for a loved one with complex nursing needs. 

    We want to ensure our residents are living the life they want to lead in our care home. To facilitate this, we offer an array of services. These include:  

    • Laundry  
    • Catering 
    • Hair salon  
    • Medical services  
    • Chaplain  
    • Well-being support 

    Of course! Before entering into a contract with us, we strongly advise you and your loved one to come see our care facility.  

    You can visit us to see what our care home is like, experience the atmosphere, and talk to our residents and staff.  

    To set up a time and date to visit our care facility, please contact us. 

    Talk to Our Team

    Experience the difference at Seabourne House – where comfort, compassion, and customised care converge to create a home away from home for your loved one.

    If you’re looking for a warm and welcoming care home for your loved one, why not reach out to us today?

    We’re more than happy to discuss our care plans and facilities in more detail – all you need to do is call 01202 125627 or book a viewing on our online form. We look forward to hearing from you.

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