The Willows Care Home in Middlesbrough, Cleveland

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The Willows care home offers quality care in a warm, relaxed and homely atmosphere.

The Willows is a modern, purpose-built care home set in a quiet residential area of Middlesbrough and is sometimes known locally as Woodside Resource Centre. We offer specialist nursing, residential, respite and day care for older people who have Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia.

We also offer a flexible day care service to older people living in the area who have dementia, as well as compassionate and supportive end of life care.

Taking a tailored approach

We work hard to make sure residents feel comfortable, settled and happy. Our team at The Willows spend time getting to know residents so that we can provide personalised care and offer the food and activities they like most.

We encourage residents to stay active and there’s something for everyone with regular outings, visits from professional entertainers and activities such as painting, memory games and card making. We even have a ‘wandering pathway’ within the home, so that residents with dementia are able to explore freely. You can learn more about daily life at The Willows here.

Maintaining high standards in everything we do

Many of our team members have worked here for several years and we offer consistent care - there's always a familiar face for residents to look out for. We find that sometimes, residents just want to sit and reminisce and we love to chat with them over a brew.

Maintaining high standards is very important to us and we're currently working towards the Gold Standards Framework quality hallmark for end of life care. This is an independent national training and accreditation programme that helps doctors, nurses and care homes deliver the highest possible standard for people as they near the end of their life. We have more information about the Gold Standards Framework here.

More information about our care home in Middlesbrough

You may be interested in learning more about daily life at The Willows. You can even meet our manager or read what some of our residents and their families think about The Willows care home.

If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call or why not stop by for a chat? We look forward to meeting you and we can show you around our care home where you’ll get to see our dedicated team at work.

Our services 
Nursing care
End of life care
Respite care
Day care
Palliative care
Nursing dementia care
Residential dementia care

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