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Welcome to Haydale Care Home in Glasgow, situated three miles from the city centre. Nestled in scenic Tollcross Park, all the local amenities are close to hand. The local bus stops nearby, and the Home is in easy reach of Glasgow’s excellent public transport links and close to the M8 for drivers.
We care for Residents young and older, living with learning disabilities, as well as providing residential care and dementia care for people aged 65 and over. Our expert teams practise person-centred care, putting the holistic needs of each Resident at the heart of everything we do. We aim to help Residents live happy, independent lives with our full support and care.
Every one of our bedrooms comes with en-suite facilities, and most have views of our secluded gardens. Residents are encouraged to bring their decorative belongings and furniture with them to personalise their space. Our friendly community offers plentiful options to socialise and take part in all sorts of activities, and there are many peaceful, quiet spaces to relax in as well.
CARE FOR YOU
By putting Residents at the heart of everything we do, our team can ensure that all their individual needs are met. Whether a Resident is living with complex needs, a learning disability, or requires additional care support, person-centred care is a suitable and successful approach.
We look at all aspects of Residents’ needs – including physical and emotional wellbeing, spiritual needs, nutritional requirements and any other important aspects of their overall health. By taking a holistic approach, we can help Residents live the life they wish to lead, empowered by our support and care. Their happiness and fulfilment are our priorities.
Living life to the full
Our Care Home in Glasgow is home to Residents of various ages and interests, so our activities programme reflects that diversity. Our enthusiastic Activities Team devise programmes that provide mental stimulation, increase mobility and provide opportunities to socialise.
Our older Residents enjoy karaoke, movie days, ball games, armchair exercises, gardening, arts and crafts, tea parties, reminiscence sessions and bingo, to name but a few. Younger Residents like socialising in the bar, playing games, visiting local swimming baths, taking trips into Glasgow and visits from a mobile petting zoo. We have lots of visitors from local community groups, entertainers, dance troupes and local school children. We’re lucky to be part of such a vibrant, friendly area.
Dining and nutrition
Good nutrition is vital for all Residents, no matter their age. So, our chefs prepare healthy, nutritious meals on-site every day. We strive to get a balance between Residents favourite meals and offering them new culinary experiences. Plus, the kitchen team likes to mark big events, seasonal occasions and personal celebrations with special meals.
When Residents arrive, we ask them to talk us through their favourite foods and meals, as well as any dietary requirements. We ask for regular feedback and suggestions for new dishes to include. Residents are also presented with a special homemade birthday cake as part of their celebrations.
Our number one priority is keeping Residents safe and connected with their loved ones. We have recently created a COVID-secure, indoor visiting space to ensure that Residents can socialise with their family and friends in warmth and comfort.
A home away from home
Each Resident has their own bedroom, which they can personalise with their favourite belongings and furniture. Our bright, spacious lounges are the perfect places for Residents to spend time together, enjoying activities or socialising.
Our Care Home in Glasgow even has an in-house pub, the ‘Haydale Arms’ for Residents to visit, as well as a salon where pamper sessions take place. Residents who enjoy gardening can get involved, we have a greenhouse, raised flower beds and plenty of plants to care for. There’s also plenty of seating outside for Residents to use as they sit and relax in the fresh air.
Here are just some of the facilities available in our warm and friendly Care Home in Glasgow –
- Wheelchair access and accessibility
- In-house hair salon facilities
- Landscaped patio gardens
- ‘The Haydale Arms’
- Spacious Lounge
- Dedicated dining rooms
- Quiet areas
- Conservatories and patios
- Electric profiling beds
- Sensory room
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What residents and families say about us
Here are some of our latest reviews from CareHome.co.uk, the leading care home review website.
My mother is very well looked after in Haydale. Her needs are addressed very well by the staff. Those that have worked there for a while are wonderful!
Mum was originally only in for respite I intended moving her nearer to me when she was ready for full-time care. I reconsidered as I was happy with how she was settling in so well, and that was all down to how the staff helped her settle. Her care needs were always met, and the staff showed kindness and respect to my mum and her family.
My cousin is a resident in the Sunnyside learning disability unit at Haydale and is very well settled there. The staff are caring and friendly and create a happy atmosphere for the residents. My cousin particularly enjoys the regular visits from singers/entertainers. He enjoys lovely home-cooked meals.
Latest news from Haydale Care Home
Stained glass Window Crafting Brings Fresh Perspective To Bedbound Residents12 April 2021
Kind-hearted Colleagues at Haydale Care Home have created stunning stained-glass windows for Residents confined to bed.
The Big Birdwatch Inspires Twitchers At Haydale Care Home20 March 2021
Residents at Haydale Care Home took part in the 2021 Big Birdwatch to discover which types of bird visited the gardens.
Residents Show Off Their Irish Jig Skills During St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations19 March 2021
St. Patrick’s Day was a lively affair at Haydale Care Home as Residents enjoyed an Irish jig and a ‘Tipsy Afternoon Tea’.