Immacolata House Dementia Nursing Home, Langport is nestled in and surrounded by the beautiful Somerset countryside. It’s a superb purpose built care home and provides the best care and support for residents living with dementia, and requiring dementia nursing or general nursing care in Somerset.
Recognition and memory triggers are extremely important for people living dementia. Immacolata House Dementia Nursing Home, Langport Somerset, has been designed to meet the needs of our dementia residents, with colour coded corridors, for example, enabling easier navigation around the home.
One of the first things you will notice when visiting Immacolata House is a sense of community, common across all our homes. The home has beautiful spacious interiors and stunning views of the surrounding Somerset countryside. Far-reaching across the levels and Mendip Hills.
Take time to look a little further and you’ll find there’s even more to our home than first meets the eye. You’ll hear laughter and music from our resident’s lounges, you may perhaps see someone relaxing and quietly reading in our drawing room, or see a group activity – there is always something going on, and always something to do and families are always welcome to join us in whatever we do.
Step into the landscaped gardens and you’ll find a patio area, winding pathways, planting boxes and a sensory garden. From there, you’ll discover our guests’ favourite feature: ‘Benvenuto Fattoria’, our ‘Welcome Farm‘. Farm residents include Pigmy goats, Peacocks, Lop-eared Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Indian Runner ducks, Turkeys and Feather Legged Bantams.
Immacolata House is proudly involved and working alongside Little Pips Nursery and educating the very young to understand the needs of someone living with dementia. The rewards continue to be overwhelming, and our residents very much look forward to the children’s arrival and playtime. Immacolata House also proudly works with the Archie project, a project organised and administered by Reminiscence Learning, Taunton to help destigmatise dementia across the generational gap, working with young children and our residents, through a funded programme hosting all sorts of group activities throughout the year.
Our homes may well be care homes, but first and foremost they are our residents’ homes. Each room and every space has been created to be a comfortable place to relax and enjoy.
When coming to your new home we encourage you to bring the little things that matter to you; the things that make a place your home.