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Berkshire Demcare

Berkshire Demcare

Are a specialist organisation created by experienced people who have been trained to care for those with dementia and to support their carers, so with informed insight it is very possible to reduce the anxiety and stress of those with dementia. This can make a positive difference to how they live their lives and how it affects those around them.

  • Our philosophy is to keep life as normal as possible for people with dementia.
  • To help them use their abilities they still have
  • To make informed choices how they spend their time
  • in an interesting, stimulating and safe environment

Our ethos is to provide truly person-centred care with Cognitive Stimulation Therapeutic (CST) activities, designed to meet individual needs.

  • Focusing exclusively on services for people with dementia whilst also providing support for carers
  • Our flexible service is tailored to match individual needs.

Our Young Peoples Service

Engages the younger person with diagnosed dementia in the planning and running of their lives within their new circumstances. Each plan is specifically tailored to the individual’s particular needs, enabling them to maintain their activities in the best possible way, with our support.

Our Preventative Program

Is developed to encourage our members to plan their daily activities with guidance from fully trained staff. It also encourage Continued Involvement in the local community with a range of activities including walks, museum trips, pub visits, and garden centre lunches.

Who to contact

01753 540396
Berskshire Demcare

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People with Dementia

This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations