Happiness and wellbeing are at the core of Loveday's values and our team of highly trained care and hospitality professionals are dedicated to providing tailored compassionate care and exceptional service as rated outstanding by CQC.
There are no set mealtimes, bedtimes or visiting hours, allowing all members to maintain their routines and live life as much as possible on their own terms. We build deep and meaningful relationships with each member and their families to support their personal needs and wishes. Kindness, humanity, thoughtfulness and exceptional care lie at the heart of our approach.
At Loveday, we understand that dementia affects people in different ways, meaning every member's needs are unique. Our beautiful homes are purposely designed to be dementia-friendly following consultation with Stirling University and implementing their best practice design framework our homes provides a unique setting to support our member's unique dementia needs.
We understand that Alzheimer's disease is complicated and affects people in different ways, presenting unique challenges and care requirements. Our comprehensive Alzheimer's services regard each individual as an individual, assessing their needs and personalising the care to ensure they receive the most appropriate treatment to optimise their health and happiness at each stage.
At Loveday, we offer 24-hour nursing care from a qualified and highly experienced team. We are able to care for residents with a variety of complex needs including Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's Disease and other conditions such as immobility following a stroke.
Respite care can provide a short term care solution following a care crisis such as a fall or short period of hospitalisation. Caring for a loved one can be a rewarding but also a demanding experience. From time to time, we all deserve a break or may need further temporary support perhaps due to the loss of a home carer - respite can allow peace of mind whilst a longer-term care solution arranged.
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological disorder, which is most prevalent in the over 50s. It is caused when nerve cells in the brain become damaged and no longer produce dopamine - a chemical necessary to control muscle movement. Symptoms most commonly associated with Parkinson's are those that affect mobility, including tremors, rigidity and slowness of movement...
We believe that every person deserves dignity and respect in all aspects of their care. This is perhaps most important as they approach the end of their life.
Our caring and empathetic team provide highly sensitive and compassionate end of life care, working with your loved one and your family, as well as their GP and other health professionals, to plan your loved one's care.
Loveday is proud to work with many leading suppliers, partners and organisations to develop ground-breaking technology, services and research: