Richmand House - West Bridgford, Nottingham, Residential Care, Home Care and Day Care
Richmand House in Nottingham was first established as a residential care provider in 1974, and home to six older people. In 1990 the small business was purchased by Susan Godfrey, the current proprietor and registered manager, and in 1993 an opportunity to purchase an adjoining property resulted in an expansion to the dementia registered residential care facility we have today, a home for 12 older people.
Respect, dignity and high quality care is core to our mission statement and integral to the philosophy of Richmand House service delivery and provision.
"A high quality and innovative approach in managing the care needs of older people experiencing dementia, Richmand House is an organisation that keeps individuals at the heart of operation. People thrive, and remain independent for as long as possible whilst being cared for by qualified, competent and skilled care staff in a safe and fulfilling environment".
Our aim is for people to participate in everyday life activities and events, to feel part of a family, and be involved in every aspect of their care preferences, needs and wishes. Older age and dementia should not limit life experiences and opportunity, Richmand House knows what it takes to make people live their lives as fully as possible.
2015 brings a time of development and expansion of service provision at Richmand House, enabling us to reach out to more people in the community and wider locality.
From August 2015 Richmand House is delighted to include home-care and day-care services to existing service provision.
We know that finding the right care is a daunting experience and a time when people can feel extremely vulnerable, and also for extended family members and friends. At Richmand House we will support you every step of the way in creating a care package just for you and professionally managed by us.
Richmand House is led by an experienced management team, the views and wishes of service users, local and national guidance and policy, thus creating opportunities and innovative approaches to the way we care. At a time when dementia figures are soaring, never has finding the perfect care solution been so important. There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. This will soar to 2 million by 2051.
225,000 will develop dementia this year, that’s one every three minutes, 1 in 6 people over the age of 80 have dementia. 70 per cent of people in care homes have dementia or severe memory problems.
For any questions please call us on 0115 9142609