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Care Services

Our team including registered nurses, care assistants, a physiotherapist, activity therapists, office staff, qualified chefs, kitchen assistants & housekeepers are dedicated to ensuring that all resident needs are catered for.

We offer a variety of professional services including:

General Long Term Care

  • Offering a new home environment where whose requiring extended nursing care are looked after in a safe luxurious residential setting.

 

Short Term Convalescent Care

  • Providing post hospital residential care after an illness or surgery prior to an individual returning home. Brindley Healthcare is approved by VHI, Quinn Healthcare, Aviva, Garda & Prison Officer Schemes etc.

 

Respite Care

  • Providing transitional care to allow both in-home carers and those individuals in need of care the oppportunity to take a break for a period of time.

 

Dementia Care

  • Providing person centred care delivered by nurses with specialist qualifications in a safe environment. Brentwood Manor is a dementia specific home and during the last ten years we have amassed considerable expertise in caring for those suffering with the condition.

 

Palliative & End of Life Care

  • Caring for residents to enhance the quality of life for whose who are terminally ill. We endeavour to support family members and close friends during this time.

 

Day Care

  • Providing an amenity for those in the local community to avail of the services on offer in each home. Luncheon clubs and activity programmes are run on a weekly basis.

 

Specialist Care Services

  • Primarily we care for those who are over the age of 65, however in certain circumstances we can provide care for adults over the age of 18. Nursing care can be provided to individuals with acquired brain injuy, cognitive impairment, learning disabilities, person who experience mental health problems, those experiencing chronic illness, and individuals requiring respite, convalescence or palliative care.