At Hazelwood Gardens Nursing Home, in Bristol, service users may expect respectful and caring assistance as they go around their daily activities. In addition to providing quality residential care, we also provide laundry services, cook all meals, maintain a clean and polite approach to personal space, and end-of-life care. With our main focus on providing the best possible service we can, you are able to place your trust in our skilled and qualified team.
All residents can anticipate that their new home will be just that – their own home, shared with other residents who come together to socialise, plan activities, and share their knowledge and wisdom with each other. Our service users are also welcome to have visitors at any time, within reason, and to plan outings with family and friends whenever and wherever they choose. We will also provide regular care reviews and meetings to ensure we continue to meet their needs and enable them to lead an active life with dignity and respect.
For long-term or short-term residents with more demanding health and care needs, our nursing staff offer a more closely supervised and assisted service. Our fully registered nursing team are joined by a team of healthcare assistants, who carry out many of the same services for both residential and temporary service users. Any residents receiving this type of care will be provided with any necessary medications within the schedule prescribed, and administered by our nursing staff. All medication and prescriptions will be overseen and reviewed by our home GP.
Regular care assessments will be conducted that our service users’ needs and wishes are fully met during this delicate and difficult period, ensuring that the end-of-life process is as dignified as possible. All medication may be administered by our nursing staff, with the assistance of the district nurses if necessary. We aim to offer support to both the service user, and the family and friends of the individual, throughout the process of this holistic care.
Our respite care means that we can offer our service users the same services and facilities that our regular residents utilise, but on a short-term basis. Making use of our staffing and facilities, service users will be provided with care, nutrition, and fluids as if they were a regular with us.
To bring awareness to our community, we hope to provide a service where sufferers of dementia can come to us if they are feeling confused and disorientated. Within this short-term and free of charge service, we will offer shelter, warmth, food, and care for vulnerable people, while safeguarding them against any danger. We would then care for the client until such a time as the police or local authorities are able to locate the family or carer of the service user.