Our aim is to promote independence for each resident for as long as possible. As someone’s needs change and their support requirements become greater, we are able to adapt to the individual’s ever changing needs, while still delivering person centred and holistic care.
When a new resident comes to Isle View it will be a time of change for both them and their family. From the beginning we will maintain close contact with family members in order to keep them fully informed. Family and friends are able to visit as often as they wish and can remain involved in their relative’s daily routine.
An individual’s doctor, or social worker, can refer them to Isle View or the individual or their family can contact the Manager directly for details.
Following consultation with either the individual, their family, guardian or an individual’s GP and as soon as we have an available room, the individual will be invited to stay at Isle View for a trial period of one month. During this period their needs will be carefully assessed.
If the resident and their relatives are happy with the surroundings and we are confident we can accommodate them, we will invite the resident to stay for as long as they like. At this point the appropriate point of contact will be fully advised on the financial commitment of becoming a resident.
Temporary respite care is also available at Isle View.
If you would like to discuss any aspect of life at Isle View or wish to arrange a visit to the home, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.