We care with
love & compassion

Our homes will welcome and embrace your elderly loved one and holistically care for them in their unique aging season.


Strand, Western Cape

Our accommodation fully caters for 250 elderly people. We have two physical homes with one heart that beats to the purposeful rhythm of person-centered care. Our homes are PAM Brink and Esperanza.

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Unique journeys

Our person-centered care means that we acknowledge each resident as an individual. Whether a person needs assistance or fulltime care, we serve their needs with diligence, expertise and respect.

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Living with us

For a part of their retirement, our residents can reside in a loving, functional home where daily living activities and many interactive opportunities are ensured and quality of life is emphasized.

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Affordable care

We hold tight to our charitable duty to also offer care to the vulnerable seniors in our communities. Strand Sorg is a conduit for alms to flow to the less fortunate where help is needed.

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Strand Sorg is dedicated to the important and immense task of dementia care

Some people lose their parents or grandparents to dementia before their physical passing. Dementia is a collective name for conditions in which progressive degeneration of the brain affects memory, thinking, behaviour and emotion. While the risk of developing dementia increases dramatically with age, most older people do not develop the condition. It is not an inevitable consequence of getting older.

Dementia is not a normal part of ageing. It knows no social, economic, ethnic or geographical boundaries. Although individuals experience dementia in their own way, eventually those affected are unable to care for themselves and need help with all aspects of daily life. There is currently no cure.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Alzheimer’s and dementia don’t only affect the person with the disease but have a significant impact on everyone around the person. Taking care of someone with Alzheimer’s and dementia can take a mental, emotional and physical toll. Our caregivers are here to support you and take care of your loved one when the time necessitates.

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Symptoms may include:

  • loss of memory

  • difficulty in finding the right words or understanding what people are saying

  • difficulty in performing previously routine tasks

  • personality and mood changes