Nursing Care in Fordingbridge Hampshire

Allenbrook Fordingbridge is a leading provider of residential and nursing care in Hampshire, giving our residents the best possible level of care and support.

We are a beautiful care home with stunning grounds for both residents and visitors to explore. We offer a lifestyle that is relaxed, comfortable and fun, with an open-door policy that gives friends and family complete freedom over visiting times.

To find out more about our nursing care in Fordingbridge, feel free to contact our friendly team on 01425 656589. We are more than happy to answer any enquiries.

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Allenbrook nursing care Fordingbridge

Expert nursing care in Fordinbridge

When you choose Allenbrook, you can feel confident that your loved one will receive the best nursing care in Fordingbridge. Our nursing care staff are expertly trained through utilisation of the national training company, eLearning For You, which supplies a range of recognised courses and certifications. 

Your care is our top priority; that doesn’t just mean meeting all necessary medical requirements, it also means ensuring that our residents are kept active, entertained, and well fed thanks to a varied and delicious menu prepared by an in-house chef.

Your can rest assured that your loved one is in capable and compassionate hands at Allenbrook Nursing & Residential Care Home. Please call us today to discuss your requirements or to arrange a visit on 01425 656589.

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Respite and full-time nursing care in Fordinbridge

Whilst the majority of our clients are full-time residents, we also offer nursing care on a temporary basis too. If you are going away on holiday and are worried about the welfare of a parent, then our care home is the perfect short-term solution. 

Equally, if you want to trial our nursing home to see if it is the right fit for you and your loved one, then we are happy to oblige. Simply get in touch with a member of our team on 01425 656589 for a friendly chat. Why not read what our current clients and residents have to say about our nursing care in Fordingbridge in our testominials?

Nursing Care FAQs

Nursing care includes all medical care that may be required. A nursing care home will have a qualified nurse on-site 24 hours a day. Additionally, the wider care team will be trained to handle specific medical needs and administer medication too.

Nursing care includes regular reviews of the care services in place, ensuring that the care is adapted to the changing needs of your loved one.

On top of medical care, nursing care plans will involve assistance with any daily activities and personal hygiene routines and emotional well-being support so that your loved one can continue living their life to the fullest.

A nursing care plan is a document that contains all the information about your loved one’s care needs. It is created before your loved one comes to live with us through a pre-assessment and conversations with current carers, family and friends and medical professionals.

Nursing care plans will include:

  • Medical needs
  • Personal hygiene needs
  • Assistance with daily activities
  • Hobbies and interests
  • Personal preference on how they like to receive their care

Our care plans are digital meaning that all our staff are able to access them whenever they may need to, ensuring consistency in the care your loved one receives and the ability to easily update any information to record behaviours, preferences and conditions and adapt the care.

Yes, of course. Residents can leave the home for the day with their relatives and friends. We request that you notify one of our staff members before leaving.

If your loved one is receiving treatment for a condition that is more than general ill health due to ageing, they are likely to require specialist nursing care.

Nursing care will cover conditions such as:

  • Dementia
  • Parkinson’s
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Life after a stroke
  • And many more conditions

If you are unsure if your loved one needs nursing care, get in touch with our team and we will help you work out what type of care you should be looking for.

Yes, at Allenbrook we offer nursing respite care as well as long-term nursing care.

If you are looking for a short-term care solution, our respite care is available for a matter of hours, a day or a few weeks. The service is flexible and can be built around your needs as a carer as well as your loved one’s needs.

Contact our team to learn more about our respite care services.

Absolutely! We tailor every one of our care plans to the individual, taking into consideration their cultural and religious preferences.

In order to draw up this document, we will speak to your loved one about their desires and care wishes, their background and interests to ensure we provide the care that your loved one wants. In a suitable way. We will also speak to relatives and friends too.

Our care plans are flexible and undergo frequent reviews. This enables us to adapt them to reflect the changing needs of your loved one.

If you are worried about your loved one needing additional care, we are always happy to discuss this with you. Simply speak to a member of our team.

We believe that quality care includes involvement from the families of those receiving care. This is why relatives are heavily involved throughout the care planning process and beyond. As part of the initial assessment, we will speak to the whole family and will include their input in our care plan.

Going forward, we will make sure that family members are notified of any changes to the care plan and are part of the reviews when necessary.

Our culture involves open communication, so we are always happy for family members to approach us about their loved one’s care as and when they may have thoughts, feelings or concerns about it.