Alma McFadyen Care Centre
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Is a friendly home set in the lovely town of Dalbeattie, known as the Granite Town of South West Scotland. Operating as a residential care home with a history of providing care to people from the town and the surrounding areas since 1965. The 24 bedded home is now a well furnished and attractively decorated home with a range of modern facilities designed to ensure the health and safety of residents.
There are regular activities such as bingo, dominoes, card making and quizzes as well as day trips and a variety of entertainment provided by visiting musicians. Whenever possible we enjoy celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions, such as Burns Night, with friends and families and our active Relatives Committee.
Meet the team
OUR QUALITY OF CARE
At St Philips Care we give people a sense of place and somewhere they really love to live, making each of our homes fun, friendly and comfortable places to be.
As a group of professional carers, we specialize in the health and well being of people from all walks of life and all ages, and take enormous pride in the high levels of care that we deliver.
Our homes offer a range of support for adult and elderly people whether that is for residential, dementia, mental health or respite care. We pride ourselves on our experienced, highly trained teams which include carers, support staff, and registered nurses and the group offers all of our teams the resources to meet our residents’ daily needs.
PERSONALISED CARE PLANS
St Philips Care focuses each and every care plan on the individual, taking into consideration their personal requirements and tastes.
We take time out to know and understand our residents even before they move in, not only by talking to them but also by including their family and friends during their stay to make sure that we have the best possible plan tailored to each individual.
We consider not only care aspects but also personal interests, social life, working life, and companionships. Special consideration is given to their personal space and bedroom, their favourite meals and dinner choices, understanding, monitoring and developing a personal care plan and generally keeping good channels of communication with family and friends at all times.
NEWS FROM OUR GROUP
Local MP delivers protective visors to Chestnuts Care Centre
Lia Nici, the local MP for Grimsby, delivered protective visors to Chestnuts Care home, which had kindly be donated by Agile Medical
Heartwarming video of Dalbeattie old folk singing We’ll Meet Again
Thousands of people enjoy heartwarming video of Dalbeattie old folk singing We’ll Meet Again.
The video of residents and staff at Alma McFadyen Care Centre has gone viral and has been viewed around the world