No two people are the same; each one has their own unique needs and desires, no matter how frail they are. We therefore tailor every aspect of our residents’ care to their specific needs, personality and wishes. Some people call it ‘person-centred care’.
We understand the importance of feeling appreciated and loved, which is why we treat all of our residents as if they are one of our own family. Every member of our team is skilled, patient, compassionate and willing to go that bit further simply to reassure and make someone happy.
We offer short- and long-term services including residential, nursing and dementia care. If you would like to discuss the care that you or your loved one needs, or if you have any questions, please contact one of our homes and their advisors will be happy to help.
Every day should be meaningful, different and have purpose. Cinnamon Care Collection’s day care offers non-residents exactly that – freedom from the risk of loneliness and isolation, and the opportunity to enjoy companionship and stimulating activities in a safe, friendly and happy environment. Continue reading “Day Care”
Living with dementia doesn’t have to be a difficult, lonely experience. There are lots of ways of helping people to live a full and happy life. At the Cinnamon Care Collection, we like to think we offer something special. Continue reading “Dementia Care”
Cinnamon nursing care offers the reassurance of expert professional help at all times with the intimate feeling of being at home. Everything we do is shaped around the needs of the people we look after. Continue reading “Nursing Care”
Choosing a care home is the same as choosing a home. Although you’ll want to be proud of your surroundings, your final decision will come down to a simple feeling – of being welcome, comfortable, happy and safe. Continue reading “Residential Care”
When you’re busy caring for someone, even doing simple things such as meeting up with friends can be too time-consuming. When was the last time you gave yourself a break to go for a swim, try something new or take a holiday? Continue reading “Short-stay care”