Dementia Care

Personalised and meaningful dementia support services

Whether you are living with dementia or caring for a loved one living with dementia, we can support you with experienced and compassionate care in your own home or at our social centres.

Dementia Support at home

We can support you to live a meaningful life as independently as possible. Our priority is listening and understanding your needs and preferences so that together with you and your family, we can tailor a care plan that best meets your needs.

Our qualified support workers offer specialised dementia care to encourage your independence and safety in your own home. We work in partnership with you, your family and loved ones to deliver personalised therapies, meaningful activities and connection with your community so you can continue doing the things you love in life.

Our Dementia Change Champions keep up-to-date with the latest innovations and best practice in dementia care. Allied Health can offer specialised dementia support with functional day-to-day activities.

Memory Kits

The MercyCare Memory Kit has been designed to enhance wellbeing of our clients through a range of fun and stimulating activities that boost cognition, such as puzzles, memory card games, sensory and creative activities, reminiscence prompts and guides for musical therapy. The Kits are available to all MercyCare clients living with dementia or affected by cognitive decline who have a social support or respite service in place. 

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Respite options

Davis House

18 Barrett Street, Wembley WA 6014
(08) 9381 9789

Centre Hours
Davis House is more than just a 9-to-5 service. We provide both a daytime service and overnight stays.


Providing respite options for people living with dementia

Davis House is a home away from home for people living with dementia. The house provides a comfortable, secure environment where support staff provide meaningful engagement and specialist care on a respite basis.

The house offers activities based on each person’s individual interests. Clients can enjoy the peaceful garden and dining area where meals are served.

Davis House also provides essential respite to dedicated carers and assists them to have their loved one remain living at home.

Activities on offer

Opportunities for social interaction, cognitive stimulation, reminiscence and physical therapy including:

  • Movement activities to help build strength and prevent falls.
  • Group activities such as quizzes and puzzles, memory prompting and recognition games to keep minds active.
  • Music and singalongs featuring songs from days gone by.