Riversway Nursing Home is a well-established, purpose-built home providing nursing care for people with a range of physical needs, including younger people and those with dementia.
Riversway has 69 dedicated bedroom suites with trained support staff to care for residents with dementia. We provide nursing care for people with a wide range of physical needs, including younger people, and understand that some will have specific needs including respite or nursing care.
Our philosophy is that people are individuals who deserve dignity, respect and person-centred care in a caring, homely environment to enable them to live as full and enjoyable a life as possible within the confines of their illness or disability.
Our dedicated staff provide a wide range of high-quality person-centred services for adults and older people with a wide range of needs including:
- Nursing care for people with a range of physical needs
- Including younger people and those with dementia
- Respite care
- Acclaimed dementia services and end of life care.
We aim to provide the people we care for and support with a positive and personalised lifestyle. Offering you the choices and the ability to maintain control of your life is central to the services we offer at Riversway. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile for the people we care for and support. In addition to an excellent team of nurses and support workers, we have a dedicated and committed team of housekeeping, catering, activities and administration staff, all of whom provide an essential role in making your life at Riversway as comfortable and positive as possible.
Activities are key to life for our residents and our dedicated lifestyle team runs a packed programme from visits to museums and parks to craft and musical entertainment.
We know the importance of health and nutrition and ensure that healthy menu choices prepared by our resident chef are always available. We also link closely with local community services including NHS primary and specialist community care services, working in effective partnerships with professional colleagues to best meet your care and support needs.