Choosing the care that’s right for you.
We understand that considering leaving somewhere that has been your home for many years can be one of the biggest decisions you will make in your lifetime. Once a care requirement is evident, there are lots of aspects to consider when choosing a care home such as types of care available, facilities, location, atmosphere and environment.
Adults with disabilities
Some of our homes provide specialist nursing care and support to adults with learning disabilities, associated challenging behaviours and mental health needs. We also provide care and support at some of our homes to individuals with Autism.
Residential care offers elderly and frail people the flexibility they have had previously in their own homes, whilst providing on-going and consistent support with their everyday living needs.Here at Balhousie Care, we provide our residents with a comfortable, caring and safe environment, coupled with the highest levels of accommodation and facilities.
Many of our residents require a qualified nursing care team available to them 24-hours a day. This type of care need is called ‘Nursing Care’. Residents who require this may need intensive rehabilitative care (they may have suffered a stroke, for example), have a physical disability or suffer from a long-term condition which may require around-the-clock assistance.