Here at Ogilvy Court we provide a wide range of round-the-clock care to suit different needs.
Our home team is part of Care UK, one of the UK’s largest providers of residential care for older people. We operate over 100 care homes and day clubs and deliver care to more than 7,000 people every day. Our strong ethos of care means that we work closely with you to tailor the care we provide to your loved one’s exact needs. Every person is different, so we take time to get to know your loved one right down to the smallest details of their lives, so that we can deliver care that’s entirely person centred.
We understand that searching for the right care home for a loved one isn’t something you do every day. That’s why we’ve put together this useful guide to the types of care we offer.
Nursing dementia care
Our team provides nursing care to residents who are living with dementia. We have qualified clinical colleagues on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week and we work closely with GPs and other healthcare professionals in the local community. So if your loved one has additional physical needs, from multiple sclerosis to stroke or a brain injury, in addition to a dementia diagnosis, our experienced clinical team is on hand to give them first class, tailored care.
Caring for an older loved one at home can be physically and emotionally challenging. Making time for yourself now and again is a vital part of being a good carer – enabling you to recharge. Our short term respite care gives you the chance to have a holiday or to take some time out. We are also experienced in delivering convalescent care, supporting your loved one to get back on their feet after a stay in hospital and before they go home.
End of life care
We believe that every person deserves dignity and respect in all aspects of their care. This is perhaps most important as they approach the end of their life. Our caring and empathetic team provides highly sensitive and compassionate end-of-life care, working with your loved one and your family, as well as their GP and other health professionals, to plan your loved one’s care. We provide palliative care to manage pain and make your loved one as comfortable as possible, ensuring they receive the care they want, where and how they want it in their final days and hours.