Millrace Nursing Home Grounds & Environmental Facilities
A large two story building with enclosed spacious landscaped gardens and seating area. Entrance porch which is also used as a seating area Large Foyer with seating area. 1 teaching room. Day room Upstairs. Day room Downstairs. Relaxation room downstairs. 1 Dining room downstairs. Fully equipped kitchen. 1 Laundry. 1 Smoke Room. 1 treatment room downstairs. 1 Medical Store room upstairs. 1 Hairdressing Room. 1 Multi disciplinary resource teaching room. Dining room/Recreational Room. 1 Oratory for private prayer. 2 assisted bathrooms with toilets & 1 assisted shower. 3 visitors toilets one which has wheelchair access. 5 Toilets Downstairs plus 2 public toilets. 3 Toilets Upstairs plus 1 public toilet. 1 Office. 1 Accounts office. 1 reception desk area. 2 Nurse Stations downstairs/upstairs. 1 Medication room. 1 passenger bed lift with a capacity for 16 persons.
Televisions are located in all bedrooms with an option to purchase satellite, And also in the day rooms. A telephone is available in all bedrooms. Residents can have their own personal phone numbers if they wish. A computer with internet access / Skype is available in the reception area with supervision. Ipad available with facetime from office between 9am-5pm. Mail is delivered daily and given to each resident promptly. Newspapers are available daily. Free Wi-fi available through the Nursing Home
can partake in gardening with the support of our excellent maintenance staff.
GroundsWe have enclosed spacious landscaped gardens incorporating seating area and raised flower bed section. Residents
Whilst we understand the attachment residents may have to their pets we have to consider the practical implications of allowing pets to live within the residential home.
We do however actively encourage families to visit with resident’s pet dog and cats under supervised conditions, but are unable to provide a permanent home for their animals.
All animals must remain on a leash and in control when in our home. All Animals attending the centre must have records of frequent visits to their vet in order to ensure Health and Safety of all of our residents.