Throughout the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, B&M Care has been met with unprecedented challenges, but difficult circumstances have led to pockets of excellence across all areas of the business.
As B&M Care moves forward, the health and safety of our staff and residents remains paramount, and our strategic response continues to meet the unprecedented demands set out by the pandemic.
B&M Care's dedicated coronavirus section outlines:
- An Overview
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Covid-19 Response Strategy
With a simple mission of delivering exceptional care within an enabling, high quality environment, each of our homes work within B&M Care’s Rose Model of Dementia Care: a person-centred approach that recognises the uniqueness of every individual that we care for.
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B&M Care's Rose Model of Dementia Care
B&M Care offers homes of excellence, and with this comes the company’s philosophy that all people should live in an environment that adopts the person-centred approach. For us, to be ‘person-centred’ means that our care homes embrace the B&M Care ‘Rose Model of Dementia Care’: a studies-based programme that enhances day-to-day care practice by looking at an individual as a 'whole person'.
In line with the Rose Model of Dementia Care, B&M Care’s ‘What Good Dementia Care Looks Like’ is an informational publication that explores the model in more depth, and offers an insightful checklist on a number of useful things to do when supporting an individual living with a dementia at home.
'Living Well With Dementia': A Short Film
Produced in line with the group’s Rose Model of Dementia Care, B&M Care presents ‘Living Well with Dementia’: an insightful animation that further explores dementia to offer useful guidance for those caring for a loved one at home.
Inspired by the themes outlined in our face-to-face dementia support seminars, the film defines what dementia is, describes common symptoms, and offers a number of tips to help an individual live well with a dementia.