Care with dignity

Tel: 01743 241474

Change text Size:
  • Small text size
  • Medium text size
  • Large text size
Contrast:
  • Normal contrast
  • Low contrast
  • High contrast

Maesbrook News & Events

  • The advantages of residential nursing care

    26/06/19

    In our last blog post, we started to explore some of the many advantages of residential nursing care over domiciliary care, including helping to prevent social deprivation, isolation and loneliness.

    Read more...

  • Preventing social deprivation and isolation

    26/06/19

    When the time comes to consider extra living support for your loved one, there are two main options to explore; residential care and domiciliary care. Both play an important role in providing care and support in later life, but there are significant differences between the two.

    Read more...

  • Activities to Inspire and Engage

    23/05/19

    We believe that games can play a key part of keeping mentally active, so here at Maesbrook Care Home, we host regular quiz events and our residents enjoy playing all types of card games in the communal dining room.

    Read more...

  • Springtime at Maesbrook

    22/05/19

    As the weather turns warmer and the evenings get lighter, we’re busy organizing a packed programme of events and activities for our residents to enjoy - both indoors in our communal spaces and outside in the fresh air.



    Read more...

  • Meet our Physiotherapist

    05/04/19

    In this blog, we’d like to introduce you to our Physiotherapist, Steph Wedmore.

    Steph joined our team over three years ago, having previously worked in the NHS supporting elderly patients with independence in their own homes. Here at Maesbrook, Steph visits our residents at every week to help them with physical mobility.

    Read more...

  • Introducing Shirley Dwyer - Maesbrook Manager

    02/04/19

    In this blog, we’d like to introduce you to our Registered Manager, Shirley Dwyer.

    Shirley has been at Maesbrook Care Home for 26 years. Born in Shrewsbury, she trained in Birmingham where she became qualified as a Registered General Nurse and Registered Sick Children’s Nurse.

    Read more...

Page 1 of 3