Holyrood House

Holyrood House is a residential care home for older people located in the market town of Hedon, 6 miles from Hull.  The Victorian property is charming and retains a great deal of character. Hedon is a market town with a number of shop and cafes, all of which are in close proximity to the home.

24 hour care is provided to older people with a range of long term conditions including people living with dementia. We also offer respite care and short breaks.

Our team of qualified and experienced staff focus on the needs of each individual and we work closely with families to enable us to get to know the persons likes, dislikes and other useful information which assists us in providing a care plan which is individual and personal. We encourage personal items and belongings to be brought into the home to assist in creating a warm, familiar, friendly environment.

We believe that remaining active is very important and a range of activities are available within the home which are provided in a group or individual setting. The extensive gardens are also used by the residents and their families. Trips outside of the home are arranged.

We value the support and involvement of families and friends and are able to provide a high level of communication to reassure and demonstrate that loved ones are being cared for appropriately and they are happy, safe and stimulated whilst at Holyrood House.

We are able to care for people through all stages of dementia including end of life care. We will always endeavour to meets the ever changing needs of our residents and will put in place additional support if and when required.

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Holyrood House 53.741617, -0.196574

Activities at Holyrood House

The Proudfoot Care Group is aware that lifestyle can potentially maximise your health as you age and we therefore promote physical health and exercise, diet and nutrition, cognitive activity and social engagement.

Research suggests that this approach can keep the body, brain healthy and potentially reduce the risk of cognitive decline. We see social stimulation as important as the other types of care provided. We feel the key to delivering high quality social stimulation is knowing the person well and what their previous interests included and understanding how dementia or other mental health problem impacts upon their ability to engage in activities.

Remaining cognitively and socially active can improve overall health and we acknowledge the significance of this within the Proudfoot Care Group. Meaningful, enjoyable activities are available to everyone within our homes as a group or individually. We arrange ongoing projects within the home, trips outside of the home and aim to organise whatever the residents indicate that they would like to try.

Please do not hesitate to call should you require any further information or would like to arrange a visit to Holyrood House – Lyn Sibary Registered Manager 01482 899340

Holyrood House, Baxtergate, Hull, HU12 8JN

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