We provide residential support and care for those of our residents who do not require nursing care or nursing care associated with dementia.
It might be that assistance with washing and dressing is all that is required but, of course, everyone who comes to make their homes with us has differing care requirements and our ‘person-centred’ approach to care ensures that all needs are met, no matter what they might be.
All residents who come to live with us are encouraged to become involved in the daily life of the home, if this is what they wish. All homes have a weekly activity programme which is planned by the activity team, this is put together very much with the suggestion and input from the residents themselves! Our residents have the activities, hobby groups and entertainment they want. This is very often a mixture of the simple traditional pastimes such as crossword groups, classical music hour or visits from school groups to the more unusual such as visits from owls and armchair Zumba! However, experience tell us that those who receive residential care are more able, very often, to become involved in more active activities, such as gardening and outings and much is done to ensure that present interests can be continued.
We provide support for those with mental health needs who may require care and support with medication and daily living
Our highly skilled nurse teams and Home Managers work with local healthcare experts to provide 24-hour specialist end of life care.
We take away the fears about personal security and care that can often affect the quality of life of young disabled people
We provide care to those who need support or companionship to ensure that all needs are met, no matter what they might be.
We provide nursing care for those who require the extra care and support of a skilled & fully qualified nurse available to them 24hrs a day.
Our teams are trained to care for our residents with dementia and how stimulating environments, activities and interactions are essential.