Deeside Care Home is a luxury care home located in the cults of Aberdeen, offering around-the-clock Residential, Nursing, Dementia and Respite Care for older people. Our care home in Aberdeenshire consists of 68 modern en-suite bedrooms and has a range of all-inclusive facilities for residents to enjoy each and every day including private gardens, a cinema room, hair salon & spa and an activities programme for residents to use at their leisure.
Care Home in Aberdeenshire
Our Care Home in Aberdeenshire
We are proud to provide high-quality elderly care services 24 hours a day, so you can be sure you’ll get the care and assistance you need from our professional team no matter if it’s day or night. We are thrilled we are able to provide an active and fulfilling lifestyle for residents, for them to feel truly happy at our home, and live their life their way.
Our care home was designed with residents in mind, that’s why we have created an activities schedule consisting of activities that reflect our residents’ hobbies. Our Activity Coordinators work hard to provide a varied activities schedule that caters to differing interests and abilities and helps with mental stimulation, physical health and emotional well-being.
Exploring Aberdeenshire & The Surrounding Area
We believe Aberdeen truly is one of the most desirable places to live for the older individual. With so much to see and do in and around Aberdeen, our care home is in close proximity for trips to Aberdeen City centre. From cultural tours of Dunnottar Castle, one of the many historic castles in Aberdeenshire to beautiful landscapes at Hazlehead Park and just a short drive to the nearest beach, there’s something for everyone during all seasons.
With our all-inclusive chauffeur service, residents can sit back and relax while they are transported to their destination. If a resident want to attend a church service, gp appointment or meet family members, they can do with ease by pre-booking our mercedes care service. We strive to provide residents with the freedom to get out and about as regularly as possible, whether that’s in a group setting or being accompanied by a staff member.
Residential care is a type of long-term care that allows a resident to live a full and active life. We have friendly staff available at all hours of the day and night to provide as much assistance as someone requires. Residential care is a great option for someone who can no longer maintain a household or needs help with their personal care regime.
We value each of our residents’ unique talents and skills, therefore we encourage them to put them to good use and be as self-sufficient as possible. Residents can enjoy home-cooked meals prepared by an in-house chef and be free from all housekeeping, financial and administrative responsibilities, and focus on the things that truly matter to them.
We offer nursing care that is beneficial to individuals who require 24/7 medical care and personal care from a team of registered nurses. This type of advanced care is given to those with high dependency needs such as those with physical disabilities and those who have been diagnosed with long-term health conditions, or who need palliative care.
Residents will have full access to a variety of adaptive nursing devices as and when they need them. Our nursing home in Aberdeen has a compassionate team of nurses who get to know our residents to the best of their ability. That way, they can provide exceptional person-centred care and support to those who need it most and ensure they are comfortable and happy in a safe environment.
Deeside Care Home offers dementia care in Aberdeenshire. Our team has been highly trained and is experienced to look after those with dementia and the symptoms associated with the condition in the best way possible for a better way of life. Dementia is a neurological condition that affects a person’s ability to think critically, remember recent events and communicate effectively like they once used to. Over time this can cause a lot of worry and frustration for loved ones as the condition progresses.
With the correct care and support, a person can continue to live a happy life surrounded by care professionals in a loving care home. Because no two people are alike, we understand that some residents will require minor assistance while others will require around-the-clock care. That’s why we ensure our care plans are tailored to each individual and where care plans will be continuously monitored and reassessed as and when it’s necessary.
We offer respite care at Deeside Care Home. Respite care is a form of care provided on a short-term basis that’s designed to give primary caregivers a break from their duties for a while. We can look after a loved one’s care needs until they are ready to resume as the carer. It is also suitable for those who have recently suffered from a fall, illness or injury and need some time out from their daily lives to fully recover.
Respite care is also a great way to schedule a short-term trial stay at a care home that usually lasts for up to four weeks, where prospective residents can get a taste of life at Deeside before deciding to move in on a permanent basis. No matter a person’s reason for needing respite care, we provide everyone with the utmost respect and go above and beyond to ensure their stay is a pleasant as possible.
Supporting Residents Every Step of The Way
Finding the right care home for you or someone close to you can be a daunting process. The team here at Deeside Care Home is here to help with any questions or concerns you may have regarding the care types available and the admission process. Following an initial assessment, we can advise on which care type would be most suited for the person needing care as well as a care approach
We are regulated by the Care Inspectorate and proud of the overall rating we have been given following our most recent inspection. The Care Inspectorate is an independent body that inspects and assesses all health and social care services in Scotland. This ensures that residential care homes and nursing homes meet a high standard of care, and will support their improvement if it’s required.