residential care at Ross Court

residential care

Care here at Ross Court comes in a blend of professional supervision and a vibrant atmosphere. The whole home is Residential. The areas are Strauss, Grieg , Mozart, Rossini, as the whole home is oozing with music  and we have grand piano in the conservatory and piano in the Struas lounge.

The beautiful, well managed gardens, with green house , raised beds with vegetables, and numerous sitting areas under the 200 year old cedar tree are somewhere our residents love to visit and relax. We offer an onsite hair salon, manicure, physio therapy in individual rooms as well as having a  Library area on each floor. All our ground floor rooms all have patio doors and are on-suite and the rooms have stunning views of the garden and the surrounding woodland area. We have links to local hospitals; Hereford hospital, Gloucester Royal, The Dilke community hospital in the Forest of Dean, Ross on Wye community hospital and Ledbury hospital. 

Our Wishing Well programme has seen residents doing things like playing tennis following a stroke, horse riding, snooker and pool events.

Caring for complex needs

This is for residents with more complex healthcare needs, and who require the supervision of fully qualified nurses. This might involve frequent medication regimes, wound care, constant assessment, monitoring and care planning.

Round-the-clock specialised service

Our registered nurses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and specialise in providing therapeutic care for our residents. They are supported by our highly skilled carers, who assist with all aspects of personal care and support.

You might also be interested to know:

We offer nursing and care for residents with a variety of conditions, including but not exclusively:

 - Hearing impairment,

 - Visual impairment,

 - Huntington's Disease,

 - Motor Neurone Disease,

 - Multiple Sclerosis,

 - Parkinson's Disease,

 - Speech Impairment,

 - Stroke,

 - Cancer,

 - Physical Impairment

Please do get in touch to talk about the support and care you require.

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