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Residential care is long-term care for individuals who do not require nursing care or specialist care but who need help with personal care including washing, dressing, meals, medication and other daily living activities.

Trained Staff are on hand to look after such care needs day and night.


Residential Care

Nursing care is for individuals who have an illness that requires them to receive nursing intervention from a qualified nurse day and night. For example, people suffering from long term conditions, physical disabilities and those who have been in hospital and have been subsequently assessed as requiring nursing care.

Individuals receiving nursing care will also have the benefit of receiving personal care as well.



Nursing Care

Dementia care is specialised personal or nursing care for individuals who have had a diagnosis of a dementia illness including Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia and Lewy Body Dementia.

Depending on the diagnosis and the severity of the illness, individuals will receive care from either trained Care Staff, qualified Nursing Staff or both.

Dementia care can include the use of cognitive stimulation therapy to keep people’s minds active including physical and mental activities; reminiscence work; music and art; and medication management that can help with the symptoms of the disease.



Dementia Care

Respite care is a short-term option that gives caregivers a break. This category of care is available whether a person needs residential, nursing or dementia care and is for a predetermined amount of time. Respite care may range from a few days to a few weeks. It helps caregivers re energise, reduce stress and address personal needs that may have become neglected because of care responsibilities. Respite care is also suitable for those recovering from illness or a hospital stay.

Respite Care

Persons with dementia whose symptoms started before they were 65 are often described as ‘younger people with dementia’ or as having young-onset dementia.

Younger Dementia

Palliative care is medical care that relieves the pain, symptoms and stress caused by a serious illness, and that helps to improve the Resident’s comfort as they near the end of their life.

End of Life / Palliative Care

Older persons presenting with complex mental health problems (e.g. severe depression, anxiety etc.) with specialist needs (e.g. increased frailty or complex co-morbid physical health conditions) that would benefit from more specialised residential service input.

Specialist Care (Mental Health)

Featured Services

These are the areas of care that we specialise in providing

Complex mental health

Including Korsakoff's Syndrome

24 hours per day