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| Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Update 17th June |

B&M Care would like to reassure our residents, their families, our staff and visitors that the wellbeing of residents and staff remain our number one priority during this pandemic.

 

B&M Care upholds its commitment to our communities and the wider social care sector by continuing to accept admissions.

- Many homes have 'Rainbow Suites' for new residents to 'cocoon' for the first two weeks of their stay.

- All of our homes have identified visitor areas for outdoor socially distanced visits to take place, following a visitor protocol.

- We have introduced a 'Rainbow Code of Conduct' for staff to sign up to voluntarily to commit and adhere to our infection control strategies at all times.

 

For further information, please contact our Customer Support Team on 0333 234 1975 (Option 2).

 


Coronavirus FAQs

B&M Care has outlined the steps the group continues to take to best protect our residents and staff in this dedicated Coronavirus FAQs guidance pack.

About Us

B&M Care provides private residential, respite and specialist dementia care for older people in and around the Home Counties. With over 40 years experience, B&M Care is a ‘family run business for families’ that boasts an extensive portfolio of 26 care homes and a longstanding success story that continues to develop its person-centred approach to improving the lives of those living with a dementia.

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.

What Good Dementia Care Looks Like

'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.

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