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Cornfield is able to offer permanent & respite care within the Centre for general frail, elderly or older people with Alzheimer's and dementia.
We appreciate that moving home is a very stressful time and a trial period can be arranged to ease the stress.
Cornfield's location is such that residents and relatives can enjoy the extensive grounds and the
countryside location, with farm and wildlife animals in local vicinity.
At Cornfield we have our own bus which is able to accommodate wheelchairs. We organise outings 3 times a week and the bus is also available for hospital appointments.
Family may organise a Birthday Party with the Centre which can be held in the Social Room shown in our Picture Gallery.
At Cornfield we believe that support for the relatives is important and it can also be a very stressful time, therefore, we have a Relatives Association to allow relatives to 'network' and provide a support facility for them to discuss any concerns they may have. The Association meet 4 times a year or more often when necessary.
Meal Times / Beverages
|9.00am - 10.00am (approx.)|
|Lunch||1.00pm - 1.30pm|
|Evening Meal||5.00pm - 5.30pm|
All meals are made fresh on the day of serving. We attempt to accommodate all likes and dislikes and will endeavour to attend to any dietary requirements. All tray bakes and scones are baked in-house.
Each unit is equipped with a night kitchen and relatives can avail of the tea and coffee making facilities at any time outside set meal times.
We have two hairdressers who visit the home on 3 days of the week. Please arrange an appointment with the nursing staff when you would like to see the Hairdresser. Each resident is responsible for the cost of hairdressing.
Clergy are welcome at any time and regular Services are held at the Home. Should you wish us to contact your Priest/Minister/Rabbi, please do not hesitate to ask. A Service is held in the Social Room each Sunday at 3pm and all residents, relatives and visitors are welcome to attend. Mr Henry Caskie is our Chaplin and is very willing to visit if you wish.
If a resident requires physiotherapy, the Nurse in charge will arrange this for you through your GP.
The Chiropodist employed by the Health Board visits the Home, however, should residents feel they would like chiropody more often than is available they may arrange for a private Chiropodist to visit through a private arrangement at their own expense.
Optician / Dentist
The local Dentists an Opticians will carry out domiciliary visits to the Centre to carry out any treatment as necessary.
Your family Doctor will continue to care for you, visiting you in the Home as necessary. If you have moved outside your Doctor's area, it may be necessary for you to register with another Doctor. If this is required, we will discuss the matter fully with you and/or your family.
Snack, drinks & ice machines are available in the upstairs canteen for staff, visitors and residents. Any other newspapers, confectionery, cigarettes & toilet requisites will be ordered by the Office and delivered to you.
WELB visit the Centre on the 1st Thursday of each month providing large/small print, hard/soft back books to facilitate residents needs.
There is a public telephone in the foyer, which residents may use. Residents who have a telephone in their room can be contacted directly and will only be charged for calls where the usage is extensive. The telephone number of the Centre is 02877761300.
Each bedroom has a television point which can accommodate Sky television for your convenience.
For the respect of all residents and safety regulations, designated smoking rooms are provided for any residents who require them.
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