We understand that a move into residential care may seem a daunting prospect and firmly believe that this is where we can make a positive difference to the quality of everyday life.
The constant support of a caring, capable team can instil a renewed confidence, encouraging residents to return to hobbies and activities they used to enjoy or even to try something new.
There are many options available and the first step for many is not necessarily a permanent move into residential care. Many of our residents choose to adopt a transitional approach. Potential residents can visit for day care or perhaps a few weeks’ respite care, slowly introducing the peace of mind and security we provide.
A brief visit will also be an opportunity to sample some of our delicious home cooking, join in with activities on offer and have a chat with our residents and friendly care teams.
Once a decision has been reached that permanent residential care is the preferred option, we are able to offer various levels of care dependent upon individual requirements and preferences including residential care and dementia care.
If you would like to discuss your individual requirements in more detail, our Manager Kathryn would be delighted to speak to you and offer some advice.