Covid-19 UPDATE

To provide assurance to all our families and friends. We can confirm we continue to have supplies of PPE in the home to protect our residents and team. We continue to follow the regularly updated government guidance.

Due to an early lock down of the home to visitors and our stringent infection control procedures we would like to provide assurance to all our families and friends that we have no current confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the home. We continue to have good supplies of PPE to protect our residents and team and are now implementing a thorough repeat testing regime. Our teams continue to work ‘locked down’ to departments and communities to reduce any risks further and we continue to follow the regularly updated government guidance.

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Archive for: Dementia Care

What approach do the staff take at the Park View Care Home?

Our qualified staff are compassionate and aim to build strong relationships with all those in care. We are much more than a dementia care home. We are a network of support knitted together by everyone...

What facilities does the Park View Care Home provide to residents?

Our care home has been fully equipped with modern technology and facilities to treat the illness. At the Park View Care Home, we are proud to be fully accredited by the Care Quality Commission. We hav...

Where is the Park View nursing, dementia & residential care home?

You can find our facility located next to the charming Chantry Park on the outskirts of the historic country town of Ipswich. The largest urban area in Suffolk, Ipswich is tourist hot spot, home to a ...

What makes dementia symptoms better and what makes them worse?

Many factors aid the negative progression of dementia symptoms. These include a lack of sleep, dehydration, a poor diet, high levels of constant stress and varying emotional factors. You can achiev...

What are symptoms of dementia?

According to the Alzheimer’s society, ten symptoms state the onset of dementia. These include: Repetition of stories Frequent loss of thought or conversation Feelings of anxiety, depression...

What is Dementia?

Dementia is the collective name for the symptoms caused by a set of brain affecting degenerative diseases. These include Alzheimer’s, Vascular disease and Lewy body disease. Symptoms can vary but usua...