Dementia Care Home in West Dunbartonshire
Experience a luxury, fulfilling lifestyle at Kingsacre Care Home in the countryside of Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire. Kingsacre Care Home is a purpose-built care home offering exceptional Residential, Nursing, Dementia and Respite live-in care for 66 residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our home was designed to provide a comfortable and fulfilling lifestyle for those seeking elderly care in West Dunbartonshire.
Life at Kingsacre Care Home
We have a team of Activities Coordinators whose duty is to provide a weekly activities programme that enables residents to have fun and socialise every day. Our in-house facilities allow residents to pursue their hobbies and interests. From luxury bedrooms and exquisite dining rooms, to a private library, cinema room and salon which are all included in our fee.
Getting Out and About
West Dunbartonshire is a truly fantastic place to live, and with our home being positioned in the quaint village of Duntocher, residents couldn’t be in a more quiet, picturesque part of the countryside. A very short drive into the centre of Duntocher and the surrounding areas means residents are close to the local shops, cafes and pubs for a day out with whoever they wish to accompany them.
Clydebank situated within West Dunbartonshire offers a wide range of activities to do and places to visit such as Clydebank Museum to experience a cultural tour and Clyde Shopping Centre for a day of retail therapy. Residents who spend their days playing golf, Clydebank has its own golf club, as well as many nature parks for those who like to be at one with nature.
Residential care is best suited to residents who can live independently for a majority of the time but who may require assistance on occasion. At Kingsacre Care Home, our luxury modern home is perfect for individuals who are wanting to spend their time with others who share similar interests and where their daily chores are dealt with.
Residents who live at our home can take advantage of the social opportunities that group living provides while still maintaining their independence and having the freedom to carry out their daily hobbies. Our aim is to improve overall well-being, making sure that all residents’ physical, mental, and emotional needs are taken care of
The nursing care at Kingsacre provides residents who need around-the-clock care with specialist care and support by a team of qualified nurses. Residents with physical limitations, those with a high level of dependency, or individuals who need palliative care will receive 24-hour care designed to improve quality of life at our nursing home.
Every resident will be appointed their own nurse who will get to know them on a personal level as well as their friends and family, to obtain a full understanding of their needs in order to provide the most effective care. We understand that care needs may change over time in most circumstances, and so our nursing team will regularly assess residents’ and adjust their care if required.
Our friendly purpose-built care home is well-equipped to provide dementia care. For those suffering with loss of memory, care can be provided to manage the symptoms that come with the condition. We support our residents’ unique situations to ensure their needs are being looked after. We work alongside their families to develop a care plan that encourages independence and provides experiences where residents are comfortable and content.
From the daily activities being provided to the way our home has been designed, the team at Kingsacre Care understand what is required to accommodate the specific needs of individuals living with dementia. Our compassionate staff goes above and beyond to ensure residents feel safe, respected, and relaxed in their environment
Respite care is a great care alternative for those in need of short-term care. This can be used to provide a break from caregiving, where the person in need of care can be looked after by our team for a duration of time while the carer has time to themselves.
Kingsacre’s respite care option can benefit those who need somewhere to recuperate following an injury or sickness. Respite care can also be used to trial a care home before making the permanent move. Like with all our types of care, every person will be assessed to determine the level of care required for their situation.
We Are Here For You
Knowing whether someone’s next step is to move to a care home, and finding care homes that are suitable can often be a tricky decision. The helpful team at Kingsacre will happily sit down to discuss yours or your loved one’s needs to decipher an appropriate care method such as residential, nursing, dementia or respite care.
Kingsacre is regularly inspected by the Care Inspectorate who are a scrutiny body that regulate and inspect the quality of care of health and social care services in Scotland. The Care Inspectorate also helps to make necessary changes when required. We are proud to provide high-quality care to residents, so loved ones can rest assured each individual’s needs are fully met.
We Look Forward to Speaking With You
If you would like more information on the care we provide at Kingsacre Care Home or interested in booking a home visit, do not hesitate to get in touch with our team. Call 0141 473 5500 or send an email to email@example.com. You can also submit an online enquiry form and a member of the team will respond as soon as possible.