Are you worried about someone who lives with Dementia?
You are most likely overwhelmed, upset, worried about your parent, relative or friend and could be agonising about what to do.
Look no further. We have over 30 years of experience in caring for our Residents who live with dementia and consistently meet the CQC standards in our inspections.
We generally serve the local areas of Kingston, New Malden, Richmond, Sutton, Wimbledon and Worcester Park in Surrey.
As we are a specialist dementia care home located with convenient access to London, Greater London and the M25, we find that families seek us out from further afield. We welcome Residents and Day Guests. We are proud of our success at cracking the code of dementia and improving the daily lives of people living with this illness. We interpret the confounding behaviours associated with dementia and transition to moments of joy.
We have a day guest programme for those families who are not quite ready to make the transition and a residential program.
We hope that the information on our website will be helpful and that you will come and visit us, meet our caring staff, find out more about life at the Devonshire and experience our warm ambiance.
Coronavirus update September 2020
Our Dementia Specialist Care
Our unique model is a tribute to all the Residents we have had the privilege to care for – they have been our best teachers!
Life at the Devonshire
Our focus is on the person — our Resident ‒ their feelings, wishes, likes and dislikes, their unique life experiences and interests, and how they would like to spend the day.
We believe that a home is only as good as the staff who work in it.
Our fees reflect each Resident’s stage of dementia and the care needs required to ensure he or she is safe, comfortable and content.
Residents are not restricted to one area of their home, they are free to walk and explore throughout the building and in the safe, enclosed, back patio garden.
Helping you Decide
Selecting a home for you or your loved one is a very difficult decision and, to complicate matters, many people are not sure how to evaluate whether a home will meet their specific needs. To assist you with your decision, we have prepared this guide to use while visiting various homes.
Free Singing group and coffee morning
In line with the government guidelines on COVID-19, we regretfully have to suspend our singing group temporarily.
Every Wednesday, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Please bring your loved one and join us for a free singing group and coffee morning held every Wednesday between 10.30am and 12.30pm. It is just a social occasion enabling carers and people living with dementia to get out in a safe environment and make some new friends.
Why a singing group?
Neuroscience has shown that singing in a group is like a super-drug! Singing helps the brain release endorphins and oxytocin which make us feel healthier and happier. When we are singing in a group our hearts all magically start beating together. You do not need to be able to hold a note – just come and join in the fun.
Our Latest News
Our new helpline
5 Oct 2020, 10:42
In response to requests for advice from concerned family carers we have been offering informal telephone advice and support during the Covid lockdown.
Dementia Awareness Workshop Zoom Series
5 Oct 2020, 09:15
During this unprecedented pandemic many families have been struggling with the care of their loved one living with dementia in the community. The old normal had many services to support their care at…
Our Residents Stories...
WhaT Alex says about the devonshire dementia care home
Finding a suitable care home for your loved one is a difficult and agonising journey. We have 30 years of experience in dementia care and would like to help. Family members have volunteered to tell their stories and have given us their permission to share them in these videos. This is what family and friends say about Devonshire Dementia Care Home.