The Raleigh community provides residential care for people with early or moderate dementia and can accommodate up to 25 people in ground floor purposely designed studio and one bedroom apartments. Raleigh can also provide Nursing Care and Support enabling people to age in place.
Raleigh is predominantly a residential community but is also registered for nursing care which means that residents can remain in Raleigh as their needs change. Our care teams are trained through our own in-house dementia programme delivered by our dedicated Lodge trainer who continues to provide training and support as needs change. Supported by our nursing colleagues and visiting professionals including an on site GP service, we are able to support people with a wide range of care needs in a dedicated, homely and specialised environment.
A full and varied activity program is at the heart of the Raleigh community with person centered care planning, life story work and a passion for providing therapeutic care in a comfortable, home environment underpinning everything we do. With a dedicated activity coordinator, direct access to beautiful gardens and our innovative market square there is always something going on in Raleigh community.
Specially designed to the Stirling University Gold Standard and with the guidance of the Alzheimer’s society, the Raleigh community is designed to support people with all aspects of their daily living, in a homely and familiar environment. The community is built around a main communal lounge, a reminiscence lounge, a large dining room and activity space with access to a safe garden area that is open to all residents without the need for direct supervision
Following a referral, a member of our team will arrange to meet the individual and carry out an assessment to ensure we are able to meet their needs. A number of people who live on Raleigh pay for their accommodation privately, however, services can be purchased via local commissioning partners and top ups can be used to facilitate payment. Where there is a nursing need, we can apply for FNC funding to pay towards any nursing input.