• Devonshire Dementia Care Home

    Devonshire Dementia Care Home

  • Devonshire Dementia Day Centre

    Devonshire Dementia Day Centre

  • Devonshire Dementia Training

    Devonshire Dementia Training

Are you worried about someone who lives with Dementia?

You are most likely overwhelmed, upset, worried about your parent, relative or friend and could be agonising about what to do.

Look no further. We are a residence care home and day centre for dementia.

We have over 30 years of experience as a care home for Residents who live with dementia and we consistently meet the CQC standards in our inspections.

We serve the local areas of KingstonNew MaldenRichmond, Sutton, Wimbledon and Worcester Park in Surrey.

As we are a dementia specialist care home located within convenient access to London, Greater London and the M25, we find that families seek us out from further afield. We are often approached when their relative has been asked to move from another home. Usually it is because the dementia has progressed and the care home cannot cope with the confounding behaviours. 

We are proud of our success at cracking the code of dementia and improving the daily lives of people living with this illness. We interpret the confounding behaviours associated with dementia and the transition to moments of joy.

We welcome Residents and Day Guests. We have a day guest programme for those families who are not quite ready to make the transition to a residential program. 

We hope that the information on our website will be helpful and you will come and visit us to meet our caring staff, experience our warm ambience and find out more about life at the Devonshire. 


Coronavirus update January 2021

Please click on Covid Guidelines to visit our Devonshire during covid page for more information about this or our visiting procedure, Wednesday coffee morning and singing group, Day Centre and admissions policy and procedure during the coronavirus pandemic or call us on 020 8949 0818

COVID GUIDELINES


FREE Helpline for advice and support

Call 020 8949 0818, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

Our helpline is for families struggling with the care of their loved ones living with dementia during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

WHAT Gerry SAYS ABOUT THE DEVONSHIRE DEMENTIA CARE HOME

Finding a suitable care home for your loved one is a difficult and agonising journey. We have over 30 years of experience in dementia care and would like to help. Family members have volunteered to tell their stories and have given us their permission to share them in these videos. This is what family and friends say about Devonshire Dementia Care Home.

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Our Care HOME

Why families choose us...

  • our 30+ years of knowledge, experience & unique approach 
  • we try to create moments of joy
  • we follow Covid-19 protocols
  • we offer two week respite stays 
  • secure premises to explore freely
  • competitive fees 
  • staff are specially selected for their compassion & patience.

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resident living with dementia playing a keyboard

Our Day Centre

Why families choose us...

  • Day Guests can enjoy a fun day out with music, exercise, hot lunch, reminiscing, activities & afternoon tea
  • experience moments of joy throughout the day
  • loved one comes back calmer & settled
  • family carer has a well deserved, guilt free day off

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staff at the Devonshire Dementia Care Home

Training

Why family carers choose us?

  • feel supported
  • don't feel judged
  • learn more about brain changes
  • understand how it will affect the care they want to give
  • improve the care they provide
  • become aware of the impact caring has on their own health
  • share our 30+ years of experience & knowledge.

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FREE ZOOM SINGING GROUP AND COFFEE MORNING

In line with the government guidelines on Covid-19, we regretfully have had to suspend our in person free singing
group temporarily.

 

Join us on Zoom, Wednesdays, 10.30am - 12.30pm

Please call Sandra on 020 8949 0818 for the Zoom link and details.

Why a singing group?

Neuroscience has shown that singing in a group is like a super-drug! Singing helps the brain release endorphins and oxytocin which make us feel healthier and happier. When we are singing in a group our hearts all magically start beating together. You do not need to be able to hold a note – just come and join in the fun.

Our Latest News

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We learn something each and every day from our Residents


8 Feb 2021, 08:39

Our Residents often participate in our search for answers to create a more dementia-friendly environment at the Devonshire.

 

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Christmas at the Devonshire


8 Feb 2021, 07:26

Our Christmas celebrations started with the switching on of our spectacular front of the house Christmas lights.

 

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Our Day Centre


4 Jan 2021, 22:32

With the imminent vaccine roll out we will be following Govt guidelines and hope to resume our Day Centre soon.

 

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