Here at Martlet Manor, our aim when we open this autumn is to support your loved one, allowing them to lead an independent and fulfilling life.
As part of Care UK, one of the country’s biggest residential care providers, we will offer experienced, individually tailored care in stunning surroundings. By listening to your loved one and the wishes of your family, a care package is created, allowing both you and your relative to enjoy peace of mind.
We know that choosing the perfect home for your loved one can appear daunting, so we’ve prepared the following guide to the types of care we will offer.
Providing for your loved one’s physical and emotional wellbeing, our team will specialise in encouraging residents to enjoy a high level of independence and individuality. Our luxurious care home is designed to support those living with dementia. Lighting, floor coverings, colour schemes and signage enable residents to move around the home easily, and smaller suites help to foster a sense of community and togetherness.
We’re committed to delivering first-class nursing care for a variety of complex conditions including multiple sclerosis, stroke, Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson’s Disease. Working with local GPs and specialist medical professionals, our team will design a comprehensive, regularly reviewed care plan tailored to your loved one’s needs, ensuring peace of mind for your whole family.
Martlet Manor will offer the perfect environment for older people with a range of needs, allowing your loved one to continue enjoying a well-rounded comfortable lifestyle. With a wide range of event and activities, including music, art, and gentle exercises, residents will remain engaged, enjoying an enriching sense of community.
Nursing dementia care
Living with dementia presents challenges that are unique to each person and can change over time. Every resident receives a tailored care plan, that, through consultation with medical specialists, themselves and their family, is regularly updated. Any additional medical conditions, including multiple sclerosis, brain injury or stroke, are expertly provided for. Your loved one has full access to clinically-trained colleagues around the clock.
Offering short term respite care means that we can help those caring for relatives in the community. Allowing you to recharge and refresh, our team takes care of your loved one. We can also ease the transition from hospital stay to home living, smoothing the process and making it easier for all involved.
End of life care
Our teams offer professional and compassionate care as your loved one draws closer to the end of their life. Working closely with you, your family’s GP, and healthcare professionals, we can ensure a comfortable and peaceful passing over.