living rooms at Ross Court

At Ross Court, peace and quiet is never far away.

Relax, socialise, get involved

We have two communal lounges and a cosy bar area, meaning peace and quiet is never far away.

You can use these rooms to entertain your family and friends, spend time with other residents or take part in activities. While most of our residents prefer to watch television in their rooms, one of our lounges has a large TV which we use to play on our Wii games console and watch films as a Group. 

“When there’s a popular programme like Strictly Come Dancing on, lots of the residents will get together to watch it and we’ll have wine and snacks too,” says Home Manager, Janet Auty.

If you’re looking for a bit of peace and tranquillity away from the company of others, we also have dedicated quiet spaces for you to enjoy.

Our living rooms provide the ideal spaces to hold many of our activities – and it’s always up to you if you want to get involved.

Find out more about our recreational activities.

 

FAQ

How can residents spend private time with their relatives?

Ross Court is a spacious home meaning it’s not hard to find a little privacy to relax with your loved ones – your own room, a quiet corner of one of our lounges or dining rooms, or one of the many beautiful seating areas in the garden, are all at your disposal.

Are residents free to come and go around the home as they please?

Friends and families can come and go when they like and so can you. We frequently book taxis for our residents to go out independently or with one of our carers, whether it’s to run errands, for a spot of retail therapy or to visit friends. If you’d like a regular taxi journey set up for you, just let us know.

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