Dementia Care Home


Larchfield House is a vibrant, friendly Dementia Care Specialist home situated in the heart of Berkshire. Its locality with ideal transport links makes it easily accessible to the Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Oxfordshire borders. We have a strong local identity and lively community. Contact us to know more about Larchfield Dementia Care Home.

dementia care home in Slough, Maidenhead, Berkshire

Bloom at Larchfield


We believe that every individual has the ability and opportunity to flower. At Larchfield House we believe passionately about ensuring we provide the safe environment to reach the potential that often others do not, we endeavor to provide the stimulation and environment to make sure that flower can open and give the conditions to blossom.

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24/7 expertly trained and professional staff of dementia care home


The Senior management team at Larchfield House have combined their skills, knowledge, and experience to provide outstanding care in an exceptional environment but they can only achieve that with the dedicated team of healthcare professionals who are passionate about delivering that outstanding safe uncompromised care, with humility, compassion, and dignity. Read more on Dementia Patients Nursing Home Care Services by Larchfield House.

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Our success


Larchfield is a comfortable dementia care homes. I am very pleased with the standard of care. It is clean and all staff are warm and caring. I visit my mother every day for the last 4 1/2 years. It’s perfect.

A Loving Daughter


I would just like to say what a fantastic job has been done with all the refurbishments at Larchfield House Dementia Care Home. All the interior and exterior and gardens look great especially the beautiful hanging baskets. So much effort has gone into this work and with the absolute minimum disruption to residents.

Geoff Sharp – Loving Husband

Dad was admitted at the beginning of January, having spent 6 weeks in hospital. Almost immediately, we noticed a huge difference in dad’s health, he was washed and shaved and treated with the utmost kindness. Such a relief to see him looking so well after being in hospital, where he seemed to deteriorate, until being transferred to Larchfield House Care Home in SL6 Berkshire, where there was a marked improvement of his health all round.

Daughter

As a family, we are so grateful and pleased with the staff. My father is on Avon and the care and kindness he receives from all the staff at Larchfield House Dementia Care. Thank you all so much.

Son of a resident


The staff are so kind and always helpful. My mother seems happy and content and very settled. The home always informs us if there are any problems, or if my mum has any illness. My brother and I are more than happy with the care my mother receives. The staff do an amazing job! Thank you.

Daughter & Son

From the blog


Dysphagia (Swallowing Problems) February 19, 2019 by Cliff Grand-Scrutton - A person with Dementia may have trouble chewing food, they may have even forgotten how to chew. Foods that are difficult to chew should be avoided, such as tough meats, hard crusts, biscuits and also sweetcorn, as we all know is difficult to deconstruct. People with dentures may also struggle and it is important for Read more
Resident Experts February 14, 2019 by Cliff Grand-Scrutton - Larchfield House is undertaking a case study to understand the importance of "Resident Experts" (Patient Experts) is our person-centered approach to the wellbeing of individuals who have an interest and ability in their health care. Residents should be considered a full-fledged partner of the health care delivery team and the resident's experiential knowledge is recognised. Read more
Dementia Umbrella February 12, 2019 by Cliff Grand-Scrutton - The word dementia comes from Latin, De means apart and mens meaning mind. Dementia is a group of symptoms that affects mental cognitive tasks, such as memory and reasoning. Dementia is an umbrella term that the specific types of Dementia fall under. There are four main types of dementia listed above which were statistics of Read more