Our reception staff will welcome you with a smile. Many of our services require visits to be booked in advance due to the nature of the environment, and this can be done through the ward.
Ward Day Area
Our wards are bright, spacious places and are designed to encourage a sense of belonging.
Most of our areas are open plan with decoration designed with calming colours. Dining room, lounge and outdoor spaces can all be easily accessible from the main ward area.
Typical bedroom. Most of our bedrooms are en suite; facilities consist of toilet, sink, shower and mirror.
Where bedrooms are not Ensuite there are plenty of toilets and bathrooms on the wards.Each ward have accessible bathrooms and bedrooms.
Bedrooms have aerial points for personal TVs.
Our Wards have serene spaces to enjoy. These are designed to be peaceful areas that can be enjoyed all year round and all day long.
Medication and Physical Health
The vast majority of our service users will be required to take medication for their mental health.
Our nurses will also take care of any physical health need. We liaise with our team of doctors, and all services have access to a GP. Service users will have their Blood Pressure, Weight and temperature taken at least once per week so that we can monitor their physical wellbeing during their time with us.
Food and Drink
Our service users have access to food and drink around the clock.
We know and understand the importance of healthy eating and the positive impact this can have on our emotional and physical wellbeing.
We offer a wide range of choice and cater for cultural and dietary needs to our Service Users.
Laundry and Self Care
All our wards have laundry rooms, where Service Users can wash and dry their clothing. If they require support staff are on hand to assist with this.
Our laundry rooms also have ironing boards and irons to ensure that your loved one can look neat and tidy.
Our wards provide quiet rooms so that your loved one can take some time out of their day. This can be for reflection or to quiet the mind.
These rooms are often used to meet other professionals to work on aspects of their recovery.
Our quiet rooms are designed to be peaceful areas.
Our nursing staff will regularly meet with Service Users on a 1:1 basis and provide them with skills to progress in their recovery.
This can include coping strategies, sleep hygiene tips, reviewing care plans, anger management, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.