By opening the doors of Seabourne House to their local communities on Wednesday, 28th November, organisers created the perfect, relaxed atmosphere for guests to enjoy afternoon tea, view the home’s luxury facilities, and ask staff questions about dementia, its care and treatment, and LuxuryCare Group’s ethos.
The afternoon was busy and well-attended with many visitors being shown around the home. Conversation was struck up between guests, residents and staff with lots of tea, coffee, cake and other goodies making the occasion go with a swing. Everyone made the very most of the communities coming together for this special occasion.
With dementia and its recognised brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, and dementia with Lewy bodies estimated to rise to 1 million by 2025 and soaring to 2 million by 2050, LuxuryCare wants to share its wealth of expertise on this pressing health issue with its local communities.
LuxuryCare Group, with four homes in Bournemouth and Poole, has an outstanding reputation as specialists in the residential care of people with dementia.
Rosanne Buckingham, Manager of Seabourne House, says,
“An open day such as this gives us the optimum way to connect with people in our local communities who may themselves be experiencing the effects of dementia in their families or have friends experiencing the same. We want to spread the word that dementia is not a condition to be feared. The more people know, the more the condition is demystified”.