Abbendon EMI Nursing Home
- No of Beds: 24
- Specialities: Dementia, Mental Health
EMI Nursing Home
Abbendon Nursing Home provides residential nursing care for older people who are suffering from dementia. At the Abbendon we offer a secure, homely and comfortable environment so our residents can lead fulfilled lives.Being a relatively small home allows us to function as a close community. We provide the quality nursing care that our residents require, always to the highest standard and we treat all our residents with the respect and dignity they deserve.
At Abbendon we are very proud of our professional, helpful staff; immense effort is put into maintaining the constantly high standards achieved in the home. The majority of our staff are either NVQ trained or working towards their NVQ. We are firmly committed to investing in our staff and all staff receive extensive training. A high patient to staff ratio allows us to provide individually assessed care to each resident. Our team of Registered Nurses, through close liaison with a GP, are able to nurse unwell residents in the home usually avoiding admission to hospital which can be distressing for residents.
Facilities & Services
- 24 beds
- Lift to all floors
- Chair lift in all bathrooms
- Nurse call system in every room
- Specially adapted minibus for regular residents’ outings
- Sheltered courtyard garden
- In house laundry service
- Special diets and meal requirements catered for
- Chiropodist, Optician and Ministers available to visit
- Full programme of activities arranged by our team
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Nursing homes provide 24 hour nursing care by registered nurses. There must always be a Registered General Nurse on duty. Nursing care includes assessment, observation and intervention where the need arises from a physical or psychological cause or from a mental disorder. Examples of needs requiring nursing intervention are: Help to overcome problems with: respiratory problems, excretion, eating and drinking, rest and sleep, coping with pain, avoiding hazards, mobility, abnormal behaviour, anxiety and/or from symptoms of a mental disorder.
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Last updated: 16/01/2024