Newgrange is a residential care home with 37 bedrooms with one of the rooms being a double room. Newgrange has been completely refurbished and is providing outstanding residential care for the elderly. Residents' well being is of paramount importance to us and there is a full programme of activities tailored to individual needs and capabilities.
Food and nutrition also play crucial roles in well being and all residents have a choice of freshly home cooked meals every day. Staff are trained in all aspects of care including specialist skills to assist those living with dementia. Click on the image opposite for a virtual tour.
Specialist Care Categories:
Dementia • Parkinson's Disease • Diabetes • End of Life • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) • Respite Care
All of our bedrooms have been upgraded to a first class specification including:
En-suite wet rooms
Enhanced lighting and cool touch heating
The latest electrically adjustable beds
High quality furniture and soft furnishings
Smart televisions with internet access and optional personal telephone line
New movement sensor alarms in every bedroom
A new quiet room on each floor
An activities and cinema room
A delightful lounge and dining room
Highest quality care from our expert staff
Extensive well being and social activities to stimulate and entertain
Fresh cooked wholesome food with choices at every meal
Personalised care plans that put the resident first
Day Care, short and long stay
Welcome all of our resident’s families and help provide support for their emotional well being
Fully qualified staff able to assist people living with dementia
Visiting Dentist, Chiropodist, Optician, Speech Therapist, Hairdresser, Masseur & Counsellor
Shopping service available and a Library for residents
Day Care Packages
In our Care Home we believe that food and nutrition are two of the most important factors in the well being of our residents.
For a start good food is important for everyone's enjoyment of life and particularly so for the elderly and the frail. Good nutrition is vital for sustenance and recovery.
Unfortunately dementia is an increasingly prevalent condition in the elderly. All our care homes understand this and are able to provide care for mild sufferers of the condition, including those that develop the condition whilst in the home.
We believe strongly in the importance of keeping minds and bodies as active as possible to assist a person's welfare.
We therefore provide a full range of stimulating activities and entertainment.