The services we offer
- Nursing Care
Warren Park is registered to provide care to older people and who require general nursing. Although this is our main service user group, we may also accommodate individuals from with alternative needs, following a discussion and full assessment of needs.
We can offer places for individuals with mild levels of dementia however we are not registered as EMI and are unable to offer placements to individuals who have more complex dementia needs
If privately funded we can offer to accommodate residents assessed as being residential thus preventing any potential for them to have to move on from a residential home if mobility or additional needs increase.
- Short Stay/Respite Care
We also offer our services on a respite basis which can be anything from a few weeks to an open ended respite stay which have appealed to individuals who are just looking for a short term stay perhaps while a family member or regular carer goes on holiday to individuals who are looking for a placement while they undertake a period of rehabilitation with a view to returning home.
If you are interested in further details on respite care please contact us
- End of Life Care
End of life care, also known as palliative care, is the care of people with an illness where recovery is not expected.
We understand how difficult and emotional these situations are, which is why we provide respectful pro-active care for residents and relatives in their last days of life, ensuring their physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs are considered and met.
In particular, we focus on:
- relief from suffering by managing physical symptoms such as pain, sickness, tiredness or loss of appetite
- psychological care and emotional support to cope with the complex feelings experienced around death and bereavement
- spiritual care addressing spiritual or religious needs of our residents and their families
- understanding resident’s wishes in advance should their health start to deteriorate
Social activities feature on a weekly basis at Warren Park and we have a part time activities co-ordinator who provides a wide range of social activities 3-4 afternoons a week.
Our activities co-ordinator visits all new residents as part of our admission process and talks with residents about interests. We encourage residents to continue with any previous interests where possible or perhaps pursue a new one.
Residents are free to choose which activities they may be interested in participating in or attending, examples of which are detailed below:
- Nostalgia sessions
- Arts and crafts
- Film screenings
- Barge boat trip
- Gentle chair based exercise
- Visiting singers and entertainers
- Trips out to local places of interest
We consider the meal service an essential part of the daily loves for our residents and do our uttermost to ensure that it is of the right quality.
We ensure that our meals are mostly homemade and use locally sourced produce from local suppliers.
All new Residents are visited by a member of the catering department within the first few days of admission to have a chat about food preferences and when you like your meals.
Residents have been involved in shaping our menus over the years and we regularly consult with them to get feedback and help shape the meal service of the future.
We have a three weekly menu in addition to an out of hours/snack menu.
We cater for softer and puree diets ensuring that the only difference in the quality should be the texture as the same meal options are provided where possible.
We have times when our meals are generally served but these are to be used as a guide only. If a resident prefers their meals at an alternative time the kitchen staff will make sure that they accommodate this.
Below is a sample of one of our week’s menus.
- Sample Menu.pdf receive