Queen Elizabeth Court, in Llandudno, has celebrated the opening of its new enhanced care Dementia House with senior staff and special guests attending an official opening ceremony.
(L-R) Simon Tebbits (Treasurer), Tim Evans (Secretary) and David Kennedy Evans (Chairman) from The Association of Friends
The new Dementia House is named after past Pro Grand Master Peter Geoffrey Lowndes. It has been specially designed to support for residents with advanced dementia and will provide enhanced care for 19 residents. The new Dementia House has two floors, creating a central point for residents to go to for socialising, relaxing, or to enjoy different activities.
The Home currently provides residential, nursing and residential dementia care for up to 62 residents with permanent care or short stay respite breaks.
Michelle Beer, Home Manager at Queen Elizabeth Court, said:
With growing numbers of people living with advanced dementia, we are constantly looking at new ways to provide the best care now and in the future.
We’re absolutely delighted that our new Dementia House has become a reality as it will allow us to take our enhanced dementia care to the next level.
It has been made possible thanks to the support and belief of the trustees and senior management at RMBI Care Co. and driven by the passion of the team here at Queen Elizabeth Court.
Among the guests attending the opening celebration were Sir Paul Williams OBE, Chair of the MCF; John Boyington, CBE Chair of RMBI Care Co; John Hoult, PGM North Wales; David Dyson, PGM Cheshire; David Kennedy Evans, Chairman, Simon Tebbits, Treasurer, Tim Evans, Secretary, from The Association of Friends of Queen of Elizabeth Court.
[Summary: Queen Elizabeth Court, in Llandudno, has celebrated the opening of its new enhanced care Dementia House with senior staff and special guests attending an official opening ceremony.]