Trinity House Care Home is proud to provide dementia care in Edinburgh as well as a variety of other care services for older people including Nursing Care, Residential Care, and Respite Care. Our dementia support is provided by an experienced team of care professionals, in a welcoming and safe environment.
Dementia Care in Edinburgh
Dementia Care at Trinity House Care Home
At our care home in Edinburgh, we are well-equipped to provide dementia support to those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. We offer a team of care professionals and nurses, who have all received specialist dementia training and have the skills and knowledge to provide comprehensive, high-quality care and identify when more advanced care is needed.
We also work closely with residents’ families, providing them with support too as well as ensuring consistent communication. Family members are encouraged to visit and get involved with life at our care home, helping to keep those special relationships maintained. Every person with dementia or Alzheimer’s is supported through a combination of around-the-clock assistance, personalised care plans, daily activities, and dementia therapies.
Our care home is inspected by the Care Inspectorate, a regulatory board that ensures health and social care services in Scotland are providing a high standard of care in an appropriate setting. Our team is dedicated to offering the very best in everything we do, ensuring that every resident is treated with the utmost respect and dignity, and giving them opportunities to live a fulfilling life.
Life In and Around Edinburgh
As part of our holistic approach to care, we have an activities team who goes above and beyond to create an inclusive activities programme that encourages each resident to continue hobbies, pursue new interests, and get out and about in our local community. Our beautiful three-story care home is located in the impressive capital city of Scotland, in the north between the communities of Trinity, Leith, and Bonnington.
Our care home is fortunate to have a range of amenities in close proximity, such as supermarkets, eateries, and parks, as well as the capital being just a 10-minute drive away. Because of this, there are a variety of things for our residents and their families to do both in and out of our care home. Nursing homes and care homes in Edinburgh have an abundance of outdoor space, which can be particularly helpful for those with dementia as fresh air and sunlight reduces stress and encourage slight activity with a change of scenery. Arthur’s Seat offers different trails of difficulty as well as exposure to wildlife and beautiful city views. Older people who may prefer a more leisurely stroll can visit Victoria Park which is a short walk from our care home and is perfect for families with kids to picnic and play.
Museums are a fantastic attraction for those with dementia as they can evoke memories, spark creativity and encourage learning. There are some really interesting museums in and around Edinburgh that are great for people in care homes to visit or even just with a loved one. Royal Yacht Britannia and the National Museum of Scotland both offer an immersive experience of the history and culture of Scotland. Alzheimer Scotland is a local initiative that ensures there is support available for those living with dementia and their families. Providing a wide range of community activities, Alzheimer Scotland presents opportunities to people with dementia that improves their overall wellbeing. Such activities are designed to improve physical, mental, and emotional health and include singing groups, allotment groups, dementia cafés, and many more.
We Welcome You to Get in Touch
Our team will be happy to offer their advice and help with any queries or concerns you may have about our dementia care or any of the other types of care we provide in Edinburgh. Call 0131 341 3444 or email email@example.com to speak to a member of our staff. You can also use our online Enquiry Form to contact us and we will get back to you. We look forward to hearing from you.