Dementia Care 

Specialist Dementia Care

Here at Broughton House – Veteran Care Village, in Salford, we understand the unique challenges that come with dementia, both for the individual and their families. We are committed to creating a warm supportive environment were our residents can thrive and families can relax knowing that there loved one is safe and well supported.
With the right care and attention, those living with dementia can continue to live their lives to the fullest, partaking in activities and enjoying time with family and friends.

Our Approach

Person Centred – There are numerous types and symptoms of dementia and we recognise that each individual has their own unique journey with dementia. Therefore, it is essential to take a person-centred approach to memory care. Working closely with family, our dedicated team tailor a care plan to meet the individual needs, preferences and abilities of your loved one.
Specialist Design – The open plan model of our households aim to maximise independence and orientation and reduce the reliance on memory. The use of clear signage and bedroom door memory boxes all help the individual to experience a sense of belonging and reduce the opportunity for disorientation to cause confusion and anxiety. A supportive and stimulating environment is essential in enhancing the wellbeing of individuals with dementia as they feel safe and at ease.
Residents and staff dancing together in the Broughton House garden

Our Admiral Nurse

We are proud to have an Admiral Nurse as part of our dedicated staff. Admiral Nurses are specialists in dementia who are supported and developed by Dementia UK. They provide life-changing support for families affected by all forms of dementia – including Alzheimer’s and help them to manage complex needs by taking into account the person with dementia and their support bubble.
What does an Admiral Nurse do?
  • If communication becomes difficult, an Admiral Nurse will educate you with skills and techniques to help you stay connected with your loved one.
  • Work to find the best way of preventing or managing fear and distress in someone with dementia.
  • Give advice on financial benefits you may be entitled to.
  • Help your loved ones get the best possible care and support, if you are struggling to cope.
  • Answer any questions you may have by taking the time to understand the problem and and giving expert support.
  • Create personalised care plans that prioritise the well-being and dignity of each resident.
Meet Natasha, Broughton Houses' in house Dementia Admiral Nurse. Admiral Nurse in the area of Salford Manchester

Natasha Eardley-Dutton, in-house Admiral Nurse

Get in touch with our Admiral Nurse

Contact us today to learn more on how we can help you and how our Admiral Nurse can support your family through the journey of dementia.