We provide care to those who need support or companionship to ensure that all needs are met, no matter what they might be.
Our residential support and care is ideal 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 to do. All homes have a weekly activity programme which is planned by the activity team, with 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!
We have great partnerships with clubs, groups and businesses in the communities local to our homes and ensure our residents have every opportunity to get out and about, participating in community activities and events or even just to have a trip to the pub. We also encourage people from our local communities to come into our homes so residents feel part of the wider community.
We have lots of fun and physical activities for our residents to get involved with and people they are also encouraged to continue with previous hobbies or areas of work. Whether it’s participating/leading our resident groups/meetings, interviewing new team members or helping out our maintenance, housekeeping or admin teams; you’d be surprised how many residents enjoy having a purpose and contributing to life in our homes.