Specialist Dementia Care Home and social club for the Elderly in Exmouth, Devon

Imagine the peace of mind you’ll feel knowing that your loved one is getting the best possible care in a loving and understanding environment. Located in the delightful seaside town of Exmouth, Rose Lodge is the perfect place for people living with dementia to experience the highest quality of life.

Your Most Difficult Decision

Caring for someone with dementia yourself can be tiring and often very distressing. Coping with someone whom you have known and loved for years but who now may often fail to recognise you can be desperately upsetting and difficult to deal with.

Add to that the need for constant support and having to deal with side effects like incontinence and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

So, joining the community at Rose Lodge Care Home in Exmouth is the perfect way for you to give your loved one the best possible quality of life. Our caring staff can take the time needed to understand their individual needs and the unique view of the world that they experience.

Join outings in the Rosemobile

For those who would like to be involved with our community while living at home,  we offer Social Club, Day Care and Respite services, and this can be a great way to become involved in our active community and make new friends while also giving relief to home carers.  We have our own wheelchair-adapted minibus to help the transport to and from home.

Specially Equipped To Deal With Dementia  

The home is laid out and decorated specifically to make life easier and clearer for those living with dementia. For example, the special carpet and navigation signs help make moving around and recognition much easier. This is especially important as confusion & disorientation is a major source of agitation for people. By making navigation easier, people are freed from a lot of day to day stress and this can help them to rediscover old interests and develop new ones. Our extensive gardens have been designed specifically to help people explore them independently.

Fun & Engaging Activities

Your loved one will no longer be experiencing the world in the way that you do. Connections between objects and actions that we all take for granted can easily become a major source of puzzlement and frustration when you live with dementia.

Judging the Easter Bonnet competition

Therefore, to keep their life as engaging and fulfilling as possible, we try to ‘see inside the bubble’ and discover activities that are meaningful to them, bring them joy and happiness and promote their independence.

Our current  Active Living Programme includes live music, a singing club (‘Singing for the brain’) at Brixington church, our own Choir, gardening, vegetable growing with children from a local school, drama, yoga, crafts and art, a pub quiz, a fitness class, and Chicken, Rabbit, and Dove keeping.

Great Facilities To Enjoy

At Rose Lodge living with dementia does not have to mean doing with out your comforts.

The home is located in the beautiful ‘Avenues’ area of the seaside town of Exmouth and has ample room for 25 residents in 24 well appointed and decorated rooms. We encourage people to bring your own personal mementoes, treasures and small items of furniture to make you feel truly at home.

Keeping in contact is important so you can have your own telephone in your room if required. The home has a TV in the living room and you are welcome to use a TV in your room.

The building itself is full of character and is set in its own secluded and secure grounds in a quiet residential area.

relaxing on the terrace

The garden has a vast terrace area where you can sit and enjoy the sunshine or read and relax. You can also have fun watching the frequent visits from our friendly local squirrels and birds who come to feed from the bird tables and feeders, or enjoy the raised flower beds and do some gardening yourself, or help to look after our animals which include chickens, rabbits, Doves, Koi carp, a cat, and a budgie. You can also bring your own (well-behaved) pet.

Inside there is a large spacious living room where you can join in with the community and chat with friends. Or if you prefer to be alone a smaller living room is available where you can sit and relax and enjoy some peace and quiet.

A highlight of each day is meal time in the dining area where we serve wholesome and delicious home cooked food. All tastes are catered for and if you have any special meal or dietary requirements just let us know and we’ll try to accommodate your needs.

 

 

Caring And Compassionate Staff

A quiet moment with a carer

It takes a special kind of person to dedicate yourself to the care and well-being of others. We are extremely proud of the commitment and compassion our staff demonstrate on a daily basis. We encourage our carers to have real caring relationships with residents and so they do not wear uniforms which tend to throw up barriers between people.

 

What To Do Now

We can offer your loved one a physical and social environment that is specifically designed for living with dementia and which is beyond the means for most people to provide at home.

We hope you’ll feel as we do that moving in to a specialist dementia care home is a positive step forward and will give your loved one the best possible chance of enjoying a happy, active and carefree life.

If you’d like a confidential chat to discuss your requirements in more detail or to arrange a visit to come and look round the home please call our Manager, Karen Boucher, today on 01395 227071 or e-mail manager@roselodgecarehome.co.uk

We look forward to meeting you.

 

Rose Lodge is a Social Club and Residential Care Home providing specialist dementia  care for the elderly in  Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Honiton, Woodbury, Exeter, West Hill, Honiton, Sidmouth, and Ottery St Mary. In fact, residents have joined us from North Devon, South Devon, Cornwall, and Dorset.

 

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