First class care at The Hamptons in Lytham St Annes
1 January 1970
When it comes to care in nursing and residential homes, every resident is different and has individual requirements, therefore it is paramount that each care plan reflects this uniqueness. This philosophy is central to the care that is delivered at The Hamptons Care Centre in Lytham St Annes.
The Hamptons, in Lytham St Annes, is a state of the art ‘new generation’ care facility that has been specifically designed to provide its residents with expert dementia, nursing and residential care.
The team of professional and dedicated staff provide 24-hour bespoke person-centered care, that specifically reflects each resident’s physical, psychological and emotional abilities.
Personal Care Plans
Central to the nursing and residential care that is provide at The Hamptons in Lytham St Annes, an individual care plan is designed that puts the resident at the centre of everything. Care plans are based around a comprehensive assessment of an individual before they move in and incorporate various care options, including holistic needs, that are discussed and agreed with the resident’s loved ones.
Expert Dementia Care
Residents living with dementia receive 24-hour specialist care from The Hamptons’ kind, compassionate and highly qualified carers, and there is a separate specialised dementia care unit which helps to facilitate each care plan.
With residents in mind, the complex has been designed to improve the quality of life of those affected by dementia, and focus on their individuality, strengths and abilities.
- There is subtle zoning and signposting to help residents find their way around the unit easily
- The colour palettes used are calming in nature
- The communal areas and corridors use stylish themes which have been found to stimulate memories and conversation
- Each bedroom is identified by both the name of the resident, and a memory box, which can accommodate pictures and other specific objects which are meaningful to the individual.
A New Approach to Dementia Care
A new technology named, the “Magic Table” or “Tovertafel” has been installed in all dementia communities, which allows residents and their relatives to have fun together. This new technological approach to dementia care is a little box that projects games and interactive activities onto a table. The colorful display responds to hand and arm movements stimulating both physical and cognitive activity, as well as encouraging social interactivity.
From observations, it’s shown the impact of this new technology feature is extremely positive for residents living with dementia. In addition, this acts as a great opportunity for younger relatives to experience positive play with their older relatives
A Team of Experts
The Hamptons provides its residents with round-the-clock, professional and compassionate care that is unrivalled, and a team of staff that strive to provide the very best evidence based care to not only care for specific needs but also improve well-being.
Demonstrating that it is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to the provision of care in Fylde and the surrounding areas, The Hamptons has received two highly coveted industry ratings. The team is delighted to announce that it has received an outstanding for care rating in its first Care Quality Commission (CQC) report, and, at the same time, has scored the maximum rating of 10 on carehome.co.uk, the leading review website.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC), highlighted multiple examples of an exceptional staff approach that led to people living meaningful lives with highly advanced levels of independence. If you are interested in visiting the state-of-the-art facility in Lytham St Annes, or would like to find out more about the exceptional services and care provided, get in contact with us today.