The everyday made easy
Provided by trained carers, rather than Registered Nurses, residential care offers assistance with everyday activities, such as washing, dressing, eating, and mobility. Our residents can be comfortable and confident in the knowledge that these areas of their life won’t be a struggle, so they can get on doing the things they love.
Life the way you want it
We are here for you – which is why we will do everything we can to make sure you’re happy, comfortable and cared for. From activities and morning coffee, to mealtimes and days out we are always happy to go that extra mile.
A warm welcome
When you arrive at Ivybank House, you might be feeling overwhelmed and anxious. We will do everything we can to help you settle in. Prior to your arrival we will learn a bit about you so we will have an idea who you might get along with.
We won’t force you to join in with activities; some residents want to spend the first few days in their room, familiarising themselves with the home and the staff, while others get stuck in right away. If you would like to meet other residents, we’re more than happy to make introductions.
During your first week here the head of each department will visit you to find out your likes and dislikes, so you can start building relationships with the staff pretty quickly. We encourage your relatives to be involved and be around for the first few days if you’d prefer.
You might also be interested to know:
We offer care for residents with a variety of conditions, including but not exclusively:
- Hearing impairment,
- Visual impairment,
- Speech Impairment,
- Physical Impairment
Please do get in touch to talk about the support and care you require.