Working in the gaps between healthcare and social services, Care for Veterans offers a range of appropriate solutions for people with physical disabilities and complex needs, many of whom have served this country.
As we are not a statutory provider, we are able to lead the field, associated with physical and other forms of care for disabled people, free from many of the constraints that beset the public sector today.
Please view the links below which detail the services which make up the components of a comprehensive and tailored rehabilitation programme.
What We Do
All rooms in the Alexandra Wing are single and feature en-suite bathrooms and a built in overhead hoist systems.
An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is the term used to relate to a non-degenerative brain injury incurred after birth.
We have a number of live music concerts throughout the year, performed in our day room.
Our day room provides a bright, uplifting, friendly space for residents and their visitors to socialise together.
End of life care is intended to help those with advanced, progressive, incurable illness to live as well as possible.
For most of us, dealing with our correspondence is something we take for granted. But for disabled residents...
Care for Veterans has a long history of providing pioneering and cutting edge nursing care.
The Occupational Therapy provided at Care for Veterans has the primary focus of helping residents to achieve and maintain their capacity to...
Activities and outings are a major part of life at Care for Veterans and the social and recreational committee.
Our experienced, in-house physiotherapists help residents improve their flexibility and lead more active lives.
Cooking has given residents a sense of achievement and satisfaction at being able to do something for themselves.
We have a sensory room where residents can explore and develop their senses and skills.
Our Social and Recreation department is a thriving vibrant environment which is well utilised by our residents.
The speech therapy service provides support to residents with swallowing difficulties and/or communication difficulties.