We offer quality specialist nursing care and treatment for people with mental health problems, dementia, advanced cognitive impairment, and those with behaviours that challenge requiring dedicated and compassionate care in a safe, comfortable care home setting.
Maple Leaf House
The Moreton Centre
The Avenue Care Home
The Matthews Unit
Our specialist residential nursing care covers:
- Complex mental health needs stepping down from hospital requiring multi-disciplinary team support
- Individuals supported with S117 aftercare, Conditional Discharge, CTO, CTR, Guardianship Order or DOLs framework
- Dementia including Early onset dementia
- Behaviours that challenge
- Complex physical health needs
- Neurodegenerative disorders including Huntington’s Disease, and MS
- Complex care needs
- Neuro rehab level 2
Our residents are supported to pursue their own interests, participate in activities in the local community, including going swimming and walking in the local parks, as well as maintain links with their family. Our facilities provide a variety of interesting and enjoyable activities developed by our occupational therapy team.
Person-centred Nursing Care
We provide sensitive and person-centred care for people affected by a range of ailments, as well as specialist dementia care. We also provide residential and respite care for vulnerable adults experiencing various types of mental ill-health needs, including early-onset dementia, alcohol-related dementia, bipolar affected disorder, schizophrenia, MS and Parkinson’s disease.
Residents are encouraged to decorate their rooms to reflect their personal style and interests and access to safe outdoor spaces and there are a range of leisure and social activities offered to keep people occupied.
Safety is paramount but our care homes have also been carefully designed to promote residents’ independence and wellbeing. Aromatherapy massages, hairdressers are available to meet our residents’ needs. A visiting chiropodist ensures optimum care of our residents’ feet.
In addition to leisure and social activities, we provide group training on basic living skills, personal hygiene, cooking, healthy eating, and care of animals to provide people with wider daily living skills. Reminiscence sessions and gardening also enrich people’s lives and help residents to have a sense of purpose.
Referrals can be made by family members as well as by the relevent NHS Health and Social Care Teams.