Trusted to care in Middlesbrough
Our modern, purpose-built care home is set in a quiet residential area of Middlesbrough and is also known locally as Woodside Resource Centre. We offer nursing, residential, respite and day care for older people who are living with dementia. We also provide sensitive end of life care.
The Willows is a purpose-designed single storey care home. Each of our large, comfortable bedrooms has en-suite facilities, stylish furniture, a 24-hour nurse call system and telephone and television connections. To support our residents who are living with dementia, the home has a special circular route with no locked doors or confusing dead ends which allows residents to explore freely, and everywhere is also wheelchair-accessible.
Outside, our attractive courtyards have colourful hanging baskets and plenty of sitting areas for residents to enjoy. Our sensory garden has edible plants chosen for their fragrant smells and different textures. It’s a garden that can be enjoyed by all residents, including those with failing vision.
At The Willows we get to know each person we care for well so we can personalise the care they receive to their needs. We encourage residents to stay active and independent, enjoying interests and outings that are meaningful to them. We organise a range of activities including music sessions, coffee mornings, armchair fitness, baking, therapy pet visits and gardening.
Our team provides a full range of care for people who are living with some form of dementia. Our team receives the latest training so that we know we're giving residents the best care possible.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at The Willows will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
As a home manager, I think it’s important to be passionate about the residents in your home. That way you’ll always ensure that they receive the best care. I aim to be a role model for the team as well. If they see you rolling up your sleeves and helping, they’re likely to go the extra mile too.Julie GregoryHome Manager
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