Set in the idyllic woodlands of Surrey, Holly Lodge care home offers tranquillity, luxury living and security for up to 60 elderly residents.
Holly Lodge is a purpose-built care home, specially designed around the needs of elderly people suffering from all stages of dementia. The home has been newly modernised, while retaining its renowned homely atmosphere in the countryside. The facilities refurbishments have introduced two luxury dining rooms, a hair salon, a cinema, a gallery and the Holly Bush Pub.
The residents at Holly Lodge can enjoy plenty of bright and spacious communal areas inside and spacious gardens outside to catch the country air, all while being looked after and supported by the onsite nurses 24/7 and engaged by the activities team. We look after your loved one to the highest standards!
Our facilities and highest standards of care are focused on:
Although Holly Lodge specialises in dementia care, our home offers all different types of care:
Our specialist dementia care in Surrey provides targeted and tailored assistance through activities and therapies. Reminiscence therapy, dietary adjustments, physical activity and support for challenging behaviour are some of the things our carers and nurses provide for our dementia residents.
Nurturing and caring for all individuals in our care home is extremely important to our team, especially for the people with severe dementia symptoms. Our specialist care team focuses on reducing the symptoms of dementia where possible and providing a sense of belonging, security and assurance in the setting of Holly Lodge.
We now have available beds at our Surrey care home Holly Lodge.
Holly Lodge care home is focused on making its residents feel at home but also be stimulated by interesting and valuable activities at all times.
With its welcoming atmosphere, two communal lounges, two outdoor patios, a family room, a cinema, a pub, a gallery and a dedicated activities room, there is plenty of space for all types of hobbies at Holly Lodge.
Our residents, and your loved ones, are free to choose where and how they spend their time, whether participating in familiar activities, trying new activities or choosing to spend time on their own.
All of our homes provide 24-hour nursing, residential and respite care, while Holly Lodge is our national and regional award-winning dementia care home.
We intentionally hire more staff than the industry average to enable a relaxed environment for our residents where staff can deliver person-centred care.
We care about being inclusive with the activities in our specialist dementia home. Residents of different types of dementia might find some activities more physically challenging and our experienced teams account for this.
We want to make all our residents comfortable to participate in any activities they are willing to. Dementia care teams in our care home go the extra mile to provide residents with comfort and make life at Holly Lodge feel like life at home.
There are no deposits, hidden costs or fees with a Forest Care home. You only pay from the day of arriving to the day of leaving. There are also no additional costs for the complimentary therapies and care you’d expect from a care home, such as hairdressing, physiotherapy and day trips. To read further more about this package option visit our All-Inclusive Fees page.
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Listen to what Margaret has to say about her experience with Holly Lodge:
“One thing that has always been here is the kindness of all the carers, the kindness of all the staff, it’s like it’s an honour to them to look after that person…I feel like I’m coming from my home to my home.”
We don’t just look after your loved one, but we also look after you during this big change in your life.
We highly recommend you take the time to see the care home, discuss with our team and then let yourself make the decision on what is right for you. To choose a good care home you will be on the lookout for something that feels personal and a place that offers exquisite care.
The first thing to understand is whether the care home offers the type of care needed for you. For more help and advice on our Surrey care homes click here.
Our care home Holly Lodge located in Frimley, Surrey is an award-winning care home that specialises in dementia care.
We encourage people of different stages of dementia to reside in our home. Our activities and facilities are tailored to suit the needs of people who require that extra level of care and with our 24/7 on-site nurses, we can give dementia patients the full attention they require.
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Our activities team provides a full and varied activities programme for our residents in our Surrey care homes. These activities typically take place 10 am – 4 pm every day. The activities team use care plans and individual residents’ histories and hobbies to plan respectful activities that enhance lives, encourage socialisation and stimulate memories. This is an important part of our person-centred care.
For those who are less able to participate in group activities, we provide 1:1 activities. Residents are free to choose where and how they spend their time. This includes socialising as much (or as little) as they wish to.
Depends on what their specific reason for needing care is. Aside from the dementia aspect, if they have a clinical need such as pressure sore, catheters, tube feeding or some specialist medication, e.g., for diabetes, then typically they would need a nursing home. If their need only relates to help with daily tasks such as feeding, washing and dressing, then they would typically need a residential home.
We encourage discussing this further with our team of care specialists that can guide you towards the best and specific decision for you by calling 0333 305 1785 or filling our form via our contact page.
Varies from person to person. A person can exhibit certain characteristics such as simple forgetfulness for many years before that becomes more serious, such as forgetting appointments or directions or frequently losing things. There are different stages to dementia and each stage typically exhibits subtle changes where signs and symptoms become more obvious.