On 8th November 2016, Horder Healthcare introduced The Butterfly Scheme to help those suffering with dementia. Horder Healthcare are proud to have implimented the scheme across both The Horder Centre and The McIndoe Centre. 

Staff at The Horder Centre in Crowborough/The McIndoe Centre in East Grinstead/Horder Healthcare Tunbridge Wells/Horder Healthcare Seaford/Horder Healthcare Eastbourne will continue to receive  training session so that they can offer good dementia care to patients who need it.

What is The Butterfly Scheme?

The Butterfly Scheme has been adopted by more than a hundred hospitals across the UK where the butterfly logo is used to show patients that staff and carers have been equipped with the essential skills which means patients can receive care that is tailored to their needs. All staff who interact with patients are trained to offer a specific five point targeted response so they can provide reliable and insightful support.

As part of our 2017 appeal, we raised £15,000. A portion of which was designated to go towards our new dementia friendly rooms.

If you want to donate towards our 2018 Spring appeal, please click here.

Page last reviewed on 15/06/2018

Physiotherapy Q&A : returning to running after a sprained ankle

Ask our Physiotherapy Experts | Exercise & Fitness

Read more

Modified Pilates - Pelvic stability exercises for beginners

Video library | Pilates videos

Read more

What are the best exercises for osteoarthritis of the knee?

Exercise & Fitness

Read more