Dementia care

Individually adjusted to the degree of dementia

Patients with dementia require special care and attention. Our services for dementia patients are therefore wide-ranging and address specific care needs and the gravity of the dementia disease. 

Is domiciliary care still possible and also beneficial? Can an ambulatory care service or day care service effectively ease the burden of family caregivers? Or is full-time care in our care and nursing residences the best solution?

People-centred care

Frequently, dementia sufferers are no longer able to articulate their needs. We therefore provide people-centred care and assistance: 

Our nursing staff builds up an intensive relationship with the dementia patients in their care, affording them comfort and a sense of security. Through this approach, we gain a close insight into the needs of those entrusted to us and adjust our care and assistance accordingly. 

Applying innovative methods, such as kinesthetics, we identify how we can help patients and thus improve their quality of life.

Our dementia care services

Shared housing arrangements

People with mild dementia find a supportive and beneficial environment in our shared house communities.

Gerontopsychiatric care units

In our gerontopsychiatric care units, we focus our care and assistance on the needs of people with moderate dementia.

Protective care units

Our protective care units provide a secure environment for people with moderate dementia who have a tendency to wander, self-harm or display aggressive behaviour.

Care oasis

Our care oases focus on end-of-life care for people with severe dementia and provide them with comfort and security.