Care Home in County Gates

Are you looking for specialist care for your loved one living with dementia? Are you struggling to cope with day-to-day life and need a little assistance? Regency Manor is a care home in County Gates that provides excellent dementia and residential care. As part of the LuxuryCare group, we go above and beyond to provide a comfortable space for our residents. To discuss moving into Regency Manor, give us a call on 01202 099829. 

A Relationship-Centred Approach at Our County Gates Care Facility  

Here at Regency Manor, our ethos is to provide a high level of care that is tailored to the needs of each individual resident. We are widely regarded as a reputable dementia care home County Gates residents can trust. Dementia is a progressive disease that is generally caused by Alzheimer’s or a reduction of oxygen to the brain. 

When this happens, the network of electrical connections within our brain gets damaged and cells die. As a result, individuals can begin experiencing a change in behaviour, but it is important to note that dementia affects people differently. There are varying degrees and stages of this disease, which is recognised by the staff at our care home in County Gates. Among the difficulties that some individuals can experience include: 

  • Memory Loss 
  • Unable to Problem Solve 
  • Difficulty Carrying out Daily Tasks 
  • Confusion and Fear 
  • Problems with Speech 

Many living with dementia can often feel very lonely as they go through this progressive disease, which is why we provide personalised plans at our County Gates care facility. Your loved one will have help every step of the way, and we continually adapt care plans depending on the condition of our residents. 

At our dementia care home, County Gates residents, we adopt the approach put forward by Dr Gemma Jones. Her research and findings suggest that validation over medication is the best way to help someone living with dementia adapt to their changing circumstances. Our close work with GPs, mental health organisations and nurses ensures that residents get the highest level of care. 

Care Home in County Gates

Other Care We Provide 

While dementia is a specific focus at our care home in County Gates, we also provide residential care to those who need help managing their health problems or mobility issues. As we get older, it can become more and more difficult to cope with daily activities and tasks. By moving into our home, you can get regularly help while still maintaining an independent and dignified life. 

We arrange frequent visits from many healthcare professionals, doctors, and nurses to ensure that residents receive the treatment they need. Our County Gates care facility monitors residents so that we can assess their medical, psychological, and spiritual well-being. If things change, rest assured that our care plans will be adapted to accommodate. 

Palliative care is important to everyone at our dementia care home. County Gates residents will be made as comfortable as possible during their final days. We liaise closely with family members, healthcare professionals, and the residents themselves to make sure that their wishes are met. 

Our Care Home in County Gates is Welcoming to All 

Every inch of our Regency Manor has been designed to cater to the needs of our residents. Our care home in County Gates is widely regarded as one of the best for dementia and non-dementia care. We boast 69 rooms within six luxury care suites, with one dementia suite dedicated to female residents only. 

Four suites are for dementia residents, with the interior design of the suites used to help individuals cope during the progression of the disease. We use visual cues and designs to help with recognition and memory, while also reducing feelings of fear and confusion. For non-dementia residents at our care home in County Gates, there are two suites, both of which are decorated beautifully. 

Contact Us 

If you would like more information about our care home in County Gates, get in touch with our team by calling 01202 099829. Alternatively, send an email to and we will get back to you as soon as possible.