The staff at Morningside Care Home acknowledge that the older person who comes to live in the Care Home brings with them more than an illness or a condition when they are admitted. They bring with them their hopes , dreams, aspirations, ambitions, individual needs and a lifetime of memories and personal experiences.

Utilising a person centred approach to care means that each individual will be treated with respect and dignity allowing the development of a personal care plan tailored to each individual’s needs.

Via ongoing training provision and by recognising the skills and wisdom of the care home population, individuals are empowered to make a valuable contribution within their current residence. Despite disability and illness the community has been able to remove barriers and stigmas to redevelop the service, the mind-set, culture and environment to be able to provide the highest standards of care. In addition, multiple opportunities are available for interaction, rehabilitation, meaningful activity and learning to our residents living in this long-term skilled nursing facility. Therefore enhancing their journey through to the end of life and providing a true home from home.

The types of care include:

  • General Nursing

    At Morningside Care Home we provide 24 hour nursing care for residents over the age of 65 who are living with a variety of complex physical and mental health issues and are no longer able to continue living within their own home. Care is delivered by a team of professional qualified nurses and care assistants, each of whom have a particular interest in the care of older people.

  • Dementia Care

    Morningside Care home is a leading provider of Dementia Care within the area, supporting a growing number of individuals living with this condition which affects their cognitive functioning. Staff receive specialised training to enable them to support individuals through their journey with Dementia.

  • Palliative/End of Life Care

    Morningside Care Home provides 24 hour specialist end of life care in conjunction with the wider multidisciplinary team. Staff aim to provide the best quality of life for those who live here and who choose to remain within the Care Home through the journey to the end of their life in a dignified and respectful manner in the comfort of a homely environment. Symptom management and the provision of psychological, social and spiritual support to the resident and their loved ones is paramount during this difficult and emotional time. Staff have received specialist training to enable them to support individuals during this time.

  • Access to Allied Health Professionals

    including but not limited to:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Dietician
    • Speech & Language Therapy
    • Community Psychiatric Services
  • Associated Health Services
    • GP Visits: The service user may have an access to a local GP practice associated with Morningside or GP of their personal choice.
    • Podiatry /Chiropody: The service user may have an access to a local chiropody practice or chiropody practice of their personal choice.
    • Dental Visits: Residents are able to attend the associated clinic if they wish to do so and they are also able to choose from a wide range of dental practices within the area
    • Ophthalmology: A specialised domicillary service is available, however residents are able to choose from a wide range of local opticians should they wish to do so.