Holme Lodge | Nottingham

West Bridgeford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 5AQ

Holme Lodge is a residential home providing support for 18 physically disabled adults.

We specialise in supporting people who have varying needs as a result of physical and long term neurological conditions including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, head/brain injury, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, speech impairment, spina bifida and hydrocephalus.

Our care teams are highly skilled and trained to deliver specialist and complex nursing care and have significant experience with medication administration, tissue viability management and the provision of end of life care. The full-time support we provide is flexible and designed to help build skills, inspire confidence and encourage people to live more independently. We work directly with each individual to develop a personalised support programme based on their needs, wishes and aspirations. This includes personal care, health & wellbeing programmes, rehabilitation, community engagement, enablement, volunteering and activities.

0115 982 2545

Facilities

Large lounge with TV
Bar
Quiet reading area
Touch screen computer
Internet
WiFi
2 dining rooms
Conservatory/Sun room
Domestic laundry
24/7 care
Call bell system
Garden area with wheelchair accessible garden furniture

Accessibility

Accessible toilets & bathrooms with sensory baths
Overhead tracking & mobile hoists
Passenger lift
2x wheelchair accessible vehicles
Close to city centre
Wheelchair accessible transport links
Close to local amenities
manager-photo

Shona Ramshall

Worked in the Social Care Industry for close to 24 years. In 1995 I started my career as a day service worker in a Resource/Day Services setting, after a short period of time I was promoted to senior day service worker and then team leader overseeing the day to day running of the resource centre and managing the staff team. In 2004 I left the Resource Centre to manage a direct payment service in Derby City Centre working with individuals in community settings providing a number of social group activities as well as providing more intensive 1-1 services which included supporting people to gain employment or providing tailor made programmes which supported people to gain the information, skills, equipment and confidence to access services independently. In 2007 I moved to become the registered manager of Holme Lodge.