In any of our homes you will have access to communal living areas / gardens where you will be provided opportunity to socialise and partake in activities / exercise. Onsite chefs provide freshly produced meals which you can eat in the dining areas or in your room.
Residential Care – Having your own room in an award winning Shaw care home.
Nursing Care – Having your own room in an award winning Shaw care home with nurse led care based on your personal requirements.
Dementia – Having your own room in an award winning Shaw care home with dementia related facilities, cared for by individuals who are trained to care for those with dementia. Tailored care plans are created, managed and monitored to ensure the comfort of the individuals with dementia.
Our community based services are adapted to assist those who want to be more independent but would like support in a few areas.
Extra Care – Living in an apartment / flat within a Shaw community living facility – you will have your own front door, kitchen area, living area and en-suite bathroom.
Home Care – Receiving care in your own home. Based on the varying needs of the individual, care packages can be tailored to provide as much or as little as care as required.
Day Care – Individuals can attend one of our facilities that operate Day Care to socialise or interact with peer groups.
Supported Living – As a part of moving on from residential care, supported living can provide varying levels of support in your own home or Shaw can also offer accommodation in flats or within shared houses. This can be cost effective because the cost of the care is shared across the Service Users.
Some care requirements need more specialist expertise to ensure that the care can be effectively delivered. Shaw has a range of services that cater for these situations.
NHS Services – Providing care that would prevent individuals from being admitted to hospital or providing care up until the point of admittance to free limited hospital beds.
Secure Hospitals – Providing person centred care and treatment programmes for people with a primary diagnosis of mental illness with or without physical disability including patients who might have committed a criminal act due to their illness.
Intermediate Care – Providing care following being admitted to hospital between the point of receiving hospital treatment and discharge to free limited hospital beds.
Complex Care – Providing care and treatment programmes for people with multiple needs such as dual diagnosis of learning and/or physical disabilities, Acquired Brain Injuries, challenging behaviour and a variety of other complex conditions.
Re-ablement – Helping older people to recover the confidence, strength and skill to return to their own home after a traumatic event that might otherwise have resulted in them giving up their independence and moving permanently into a care home.