Park House is a Residential Home situated in Hugh Town, St Mary's, with eleven rooms for permanent residents and one respite room. It provides a range of services including residential care, respite care and day care for older people.
At Park House, residents are entitled to high standards of care and comfort, with their physical and emotional needs being met 24 hours a day. Care is personalised to meet the varying needs of each individual, and residents are encouraged to make choices to help maintain their independence. Park House offers a range of activities for residents and maintains a warm, welcome and friendly atmosphere for visitors.
Park House offers respite care for people who may be unwell, need some support whilst their family are away or have had a stay in hospital and need to build up their confidence. Many people find that a short stay in a care home enables them to continue living independently at home. In addition to having a break away from home, the experience of a short stay in a care home may help them make a better decision about requesting permanent care, should the need arise. Respite Care also allows carers to have a break.
Park House also offers a day care service. Day care may include a bath or shower, lunch or just a day of respite - it can be personalised to suit each individual's needs.
Moving Into a Care Home
Adult social Care are committed to supporting people to remain independent and living in their own home for as long as is safe to do so. There are a range of services available to support this. Sometimes it is in the persons best interests to move into a residential care home. This will only take place after an assessment has been completed by a social care worker and it is agreed that this is the safest and most appropriate option for the service user. The cost of running a residential or nursing home means everyone has to pay something towards their stay. How much that is depends on your personal circumstances and will will look at your finances with you to help you work out how much you will have to pay.
Care Quality Commission
Park House is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England. You can view details of Park House, including inspection reports, on the CQC website.
Please contact Claudia Schwarz, the Park House and Domiciliary Care Manager, for more details about Park House.