Specialist care and support to older people living with dementia

Our person-centred approach to high-quality care

Priscilla Wakefield House provides specialist care and support to older people living with dementia and their families. We offer long-term residential care for those who need daily assistance, palliative care for those nearing the end of their life, or shorter-term daycare to enable carers to take breaks safe in the knowledge that we offer excellent care and facilities. Our specialist carers and nurses have all undertaken extensive training and assessment to ensure that we are able to offer truly outstanding dementia care.

Dementia Care

Dementia Care

As specialists in dementia care, we focus on the needs of every individual order to meet their complex needs. Our goal is to offer a safe and supportive environment which enables residents to maintain a sense of independence for as long as possible while improving their quality of life.

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Nursing Care

Nursing Care

This is your home, and we are here for you, not the other way around.

Our specialist nursing staff work hard to ensure that the medical and health needs of our residents are met, from wound care and administering medication, to palliative care. The team is supported by local partnerships with GPs, opticians, dieticians, dentists and other health care professionals.

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Palliative Care

Palliative Care

We understand that having both physical and emotional support is vital when dealing with a terminal diagnosis or requiring end-of-life care. As well as support with medical needs, our palliative care takes a holistic approach, ensuring that we offer the emotional support required to make residents and their families as comfortable as possible during this difficult time.

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Younger adults with dementia

Younger adults with dementia

A younger person with dementia is a term that anyone diagnosed with dementia under the age of 65. People also use the terms’ early onset dementia ‘, ‘young onset dementia’, or ‘working age dementia ‘. Early onset dementia is likely to generate a multitude of needs requiring specialist responses. Our team is trained in dealing with people with dementia, helping to ensure that every resident is supported to live life to the full, whatever their age.

My mum is full of life since moving in, she feels loved and understood. I know mum is receiving the best care given with love.

Rubee, Daughter

My Husband has been treated with respect and and the team have been accommodating. Also I am pleased with My husband's care.

Gwendoline, Wife

I’m very happy with my husband’s care at Priscilla Wakefiled House. Everyone is very helpful and friendly.

Carmelita, Wife

Your Home

A place to live life to the full: At Priscilla Wakefield House, you can be assured of a warm welcome. Our bright and homely environment is designed to be comfortable and to offer a place for residents to flourish, with spaces for relaxation, meeting with friends and engaging in stimulating activities.

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Come and see us

We have an open door policy which means you are welcome to visit at anytime.

You can call us on 020 8808 7196

if you have any questions or if you need further information