Green Bank

Description

Green Bank is a small elegant home for elderly people who have been diagnosed with Dementia or related condition. Our twin aims are personal service and dedication to the enhancement of the quality of life for those in our care.

Since our beginnings in January 1985, we have seen Green Bank as a small family enclave. To this end, and with our present client group consisting of dementia sufferers, this is more relevant than ever. Each client is an individual with different likes and idiosyncrasies. Every resident is known to all staff and greeted, whether by the manager or a junior care giver or by the gardener, welcoming them into the bosom of their surrogate family.

Each resident has their own comfortable private room, some of which have panoramic views of our gardens.  All rooms are equipped with nurse call bell facilities and the two floors are linked by a passenger lift.  There is a large communal sitting room, a smaller ‘quiet’ lounge, and dining room, with bathrooms and toilets being situated throughout the building. The Home has enclosed communal gardens to the front and rear, and an enclosed landscaped  pond area. The ground floor is wheelchair accessible with a ramp and sufficient doorway width to allow wheelchair users adequate access.

Our staff are experienced carers with an empathic approach to providing person centred care to elderly residents with dementia, which is delivered via personal care plans in close consultation with our residents, their families and next of kin, and advocates.

We organise various activities throughout the day and provide nutritionally balanced meals served at times to suit residents’ preferences and dietary needs.

Service Details

Locations:
11 Hastings Road, Bexhill, East Sussex, TN40 2HJ (directions displayed on map)
Organisation:
Greenbank
Service Type:
Residential Homes and Nursing Homes
Website:
Accreditation Scheme Membership:
  • Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Accessibility:
  • Disabled friendly venue

About You

Your Age Group:
  • Adults 65+
For People With:
  • Dementia or Alzheimer's

Accreditation Information

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.

Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards to be respected, involved in your care and support, and told what is happening at every stage.

This page was last updated on 16 January 2019

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Contact Details

Telephone:
01424 211 704
Email:
pillowatrick@aol.co.uk