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          • Nursing care

            Everybody deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and no matter what specialist nursing requirements may be needed, our carers and nurses guarantee that every resident feels valued and is treated sensitively.

            Some of our residents come to live with us because of our 24-hour nursing care. Others find they need more specialist nursing care as pre-existing conditions progress over the years. Because we have a core team of qualified nurses, we’re able to adapt our care according to individual needs. This might mean stepping up the level of care for rehabilitation following a stroke or period of illness, or taking care of severe disabilities or chronic respiratory conditions.

            All medication and nursing needs are carefully planned in conjunction with the individual, their relatives and their health professionals. Our goal is to improve quality of life in every way – maximising mobility and activity, stimulation and enjoyment of life, within parameters established through medical and safety assessments.

            Everybody deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and no matter what specialist nursing requirements may be needed, our carers and nurses guarantee that every resident feels valued and is treated sensitively.

            That includes making sure that nobody misses out on any of the activities they want to partake in, and enabling residents to socialise and pursue their interests and hobbies wherever possible.

            To discuss the medical or nursing needs of you or a loved one, call our team in complete confidentiality. We’d be happy to arrange a visit so you can explore life at Kingswood Court Nursing Home.

          • Contact us today on 01737 830480 to discuss your situation – we are here to help you every step of the way. Alternatively, you can use the ‘Contact Us’ form to get in touch.

                • My husband had been suffering cerebral vascular disease for more than 12 years. His mobility decreased until he could no longer walk. I had carers in to wash and dress him for 6 years. As he started to suffer from vascular dementia he had to go into a nursing home. The staff were so kind and positive at all times both to my husband and to me when I visited. He lived there for 9 months becoming weaker month by month until he died, receiving excellent palliative care.