Social, Active Care
We provide a warm and caring environment where attention is given throughout the day and night.
Bespoke care plans are created for each individual, taking every aspect of their care needs into account, to ensure that their physical, mental, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs are met. Relatives are encouraged to engage in this process.
Palliative care or end of life care is specialised medical care for people with serious illnesses. We aim to provide patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, physical and mental stress of a serious illness, whatever their condition.
Palliative Care Aims
Affirmation of life and acceptance of death being a natural process
Pain relief and care for other distressing symptoms
Psychological and spiritual integration to patient care
Supporting patients to live as actively as possible
Helping the family cope during the patient's illness and in their own bereavement
More information on Palliative care is available on the NHS website, and that of the National Council For Palliative Care.
We offer 24/7 person-centered professional nursing care in a small homely environment, set in an exclusive area of Bournemouth with beautiful grounds and gardens.
Nursing care is for those who require more intensive, skilled 24 hour care from qualified nurses. This includes people with physical disabilities, sensory loss, brain injuries, stroke sufferers, and other long-term conditions such as Parkinsons, MS and Diabetes.
Our approach to nursing care is bespoke, with care plans created for each individual, taking every aspect of their care needs into account, to ensure that their physical, mental, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs are met. Relatives are encouraged to engage in this process.
With every person's situation being unique, please feel free to get in touch to find out more about whether Farway Grange will be the right care home for you or your loved one.
Declining health can be a huge stress on both patients and carers. Respite care can serve many purposes, offering short-term breaks for those in need, whether that be someone struggling with daily tasks or mobility, or a person's carer needing some much needed respite of their own.
Another function of short-term respite care is that it offers a period of time for potential long-term residents to get a feel for the home and find out if it is the right place for them.
Why not get in touch to see if we can help you or a loved one with respite care. Send us a message on the Contact Us page and we can arrange to call you back to discuss your situation and care home requirements.