We are dementia
homecare specialists

From home care to day care to residential

What is Dementia Homecare?

Dementia Homecare gives you the help and support you need to keep you safe, comfortable and living independently in your own home.

Everything we do is built around you and your needs. We make sure that the care we give you fits your life, needs and preferences. We can provide everything from a daily visit to 24-hour live-in care – everything you need to keep you safe, happy and secure in your own home.

Is Dementia Homecare available near me?

Dementia Homecare offers a local service. We’re based in Maidenhead and can offer nurse-led dementia homecare for residents of Maidenhead, Slough and surrounding areas.

“Jane was a complete contrast to my previous experience with Mum’s care. A weight was lifted. She arranged to come and assess mum and arrived swiftly, identifying very quickly the issues with her current care whilst remaining professional and not laying any blame. Left to social services this would have taken weeks to organize. With her knowledge and tenacity, Jane was able to expedite the process so that it was smooth and swift; the support she gave was a godsend.”

Vinnie – daughter

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

Meet the team

Cliff Grand-Scrutton

Managing Director

Cliff is based at Larchfield House with over 30 year’s experience in executive and senior management roles.

Cliff has been the catalyst in driving, relentlessly to make Dementia Homecare an exceptional service for those living at home with dementia. With the experience and qualifications over a broad spectrum of specialisms no stone is left unturned by Cliff. He motivates the team to excel in everything they do and values his team and develops them to progress and improve as individuals and as a team.

Jane Parker

Dementia Homecare Manager

Jane has been with Larchfield House part of the Dementia Global group for four years, and has worked in the care industry for the last 7 years.

Now responsible for Dementia Homecare which involves many aspects and overlaps with all the care aspects for our Service Users, Jane will ensure that individual needs are met and explore opportunities to offer a diverse and interactive service. Her approach is person-centred to provide the most suitable care for our service users ensuring their health and wellbeing in the home setting is supported.

Christine Lionel

Administration Manager

Chris has worked in numerous senior administration roles and has also worked for a Clinical Trials company within the Pharmaceutical sector.

Chris has worked at Larchfield House, part of Global Dementia Partners group for over 11 years. Her knowledge and experience compliment with planning, coordinating, administration, financial procedures, and systems, devising ways to streamline processes. Chris is also head of Human resources, advising on recruitment processes and employment law. Chris is always happy to help with information and advice.

Rudo Dzotizeyi Nyakuwanikwa


Rudo is a highly qualified Nurse with 30 years’ experience of general nursing, midwifery, administration and theatre nursing.

She is a member of the Royal College of Nursing and is also experienced in counseling focusing on the personal worth and value of each individual and the centrality of human values. Rudo has a wide spectrum of knowledge of dementia and supports her patients with care, empathy and understanding of unmet needs that may be presented. Rudo will use the scope of her knowledge to lead our care team to provide a high standard of person centred care for all our clients.

Nurse Led Care

Our team is Nurse led by Nurses highly experienced in dementia care, overseeing all clinical aspects from medication to wound care.

This enables us to give an all-round service with continuity of care for our service users. The Nurses support our staff and can act on any queries quickly and efficiently.

Working with the staff to alert any medical or symptomatic changes with the service users. Regular injections or blood sample taking can be supported with any conditions such as diabetes, (FBC) Full blood counts which help with diagnosing many illnesses.

Join our team

Dementia Home care understand that providing care at home is only possible if the carers are trained to a high standard and are fully supported within their roles.

We invest time and support in the way our carers are trained ensuring that they understand how to support people living with dementia and their families.

Everyone who joins our team although they may have previous training will have to go through our rigorous training to ensure they are fit for purpose. Helping them to provide care that focuses on supporting independence and maintaining our service user’s dignity at all times. The training covers both face to face and online courses empowering the carers to have the confidence to deliver quality person centred care.