Woodlands Dementia Care Home Westhoughton
Woodlands Westhoughton Care Home
Our 55 bedded home has been designed to provide comfortable homely living incorporating many important principles that support the care being provided, space to be with others, private and quiet areas, easily navigated and secure gardens, visibility and signage, to name a few.
Each bedroom will have ensuite, wet room facilities, flat screen TV and stylish bespoke furnishings to bring a sense of wellbeing to those spending time in their personal area.
The home is divided into four areas, each independent with lounge, kitchen and dining areas, this enables a feeling of smaller family living whilst being well equipped to assist with impairments that occur with old age and dementia.
Located in the centre of Westhoughton a vibrant town on the outskirts of Bolton we feel privileged to have found such a fantastic location in the heart of a very active local community. It is only a short walk to the local church, café and shops.
Dementia Care In Bolton
Westhoughton Dementia Residential Care Home is located in Bolton, Greater Manchester. We are perfectly placed for visiting families and friends, being easily accessible from both the M61 and A6.
The town of Westhoughton is a small and lovely local area with a great community and provides great local amenities for visiting. With coffee shops, a small market, local bakers’, and more, we can assure that the setting for our care home is one that residents will find both comfortable and engaging.
For families looking for dementia care in Bolton and the North West, we strive to be a care home that can provide opportunities for fun and engaging activities- both inside and outside our home.
At Westhoughton our facilities have been designed to make them homely and comfortable with those with dementia. We offer specialist assessments and care plans to help manage daily life as well.
We know it isn’t unusual for people with dementia to present with high levels of anxiety and complexities. We work as a team with families and outside agencies to understand, and develop a range of ideas which may include simple distractions such as watching birds in the garden, playing with a baloon or listening and singing to music.
At the forefront of the work we do is helping people to enjoy the day, the moment, ther life.
It’s important to us to be making new friends, new memories, and experiencing good, heart-warming relationships.
We appreciate that having a loved one with dementia can be difficult but we have learned that involving everyone, meeting regularly, sharing experiences and getting expert help is key to making a person eel more in control and understood.