WOW- Women who make an Impact – Winner
Kerris Jack, Home Manager – Beverly Lodge Nursing Home
Mighty Women NI Awards 2023
Nursing Home of the Year (Work with Dementia Patients) – Winner
Beverly Lodge Nursing Home
Healthcare and Keyworker Awards 2023
Advancement in Nutritional Wellbeing – Winner
Beverly Lodge Nursing Home
Staff Nursing Care Awards 2023
The home has the capacity to provide dementia nursing care for 45 residents. The care provided includes:
Our residents receive 24-hour care, delivered by our professional team of highly qualified Nurses and Healthcare Assistants.
Local GPs and other healthcare professionals visit the home regularly.
All rooms are single, comfortable and spacious. We want all residents to feel at home in their own rooms, and encourage them to personalise them with their favourite possessions.
There are relaxing and comfortable day rooms and dining rooms located throughout the homes for residents to enjoy, socialise and participate in daily activities. Our kitchen team cook fresh delicious and nutritious meals daily catering for a variety of different dietary requirements including IDDSI diets.
Residents can also enjoy the garden and courtyard areas to relax in warmer weather and enjoy nature.
We take a holistic approach to caring for our residents and are passionate about providing engaging daily activities for those who wish to participate. The home has dedicated Activities Therapists who coordinate a calendar of activities and events for residents. These activities help to enrich resident’s lives through:
Activities not only mentally stimulate and physically motivate our residents but also enhance their quality of life and wellbeing.
We have a wide variety of people under our roof to ensure a high quality of care is provided. All staff complete mandatory training courses from health and safety, safeguarding through to dementia, moving and handling and more. This is delivered through our internally developed Optimum Inspire College providing face-to-face and online training. All nursing and care staff are registered with The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) or the Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC).
Our homes are part of the ‘My Home Life’ programme which is part of an international initiative that promotes quality of life and delivers positive change in care homes for older people. Staff involved in the programme develop new and better ways of working benefiting the residents who live with us in our homes.
Finally, all our staff embody our company values of Teamwork & Partnership, Quality & Best Practice, Openness & Honesty, and Kindness, Understanding & Respect. Our values provide clarity for all our people and send a clear message to our residents and their families about the care and support they should expect from us.
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