Risby Hall Nursing Home

Risby Hall is a care home offering nursing care to thirty four clients. The home also offer's specialist care to clients living with dementia.

 


Risby Hall practices excellent person centred care with the aim of enabling all individuals to thrive in long term care. We recommend that you visit us to see for yourselves the Home we have created.

The home is situated in the attractive village of Risby, which is just three miles from the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds. Risby itself offers two antiques barns, a coffee shop and two public houses. Bury St Edmunds is an attractive town which boasts the cathedral and abbey gardens, there is also a twice weekly market.

The home is warm and welcoming by friendly caring staff and features of the farmhouse and outbuildings from which it has been converted remain attractive features to this day. It is surrounded by pleasant gardens and a pond attracting various wildlife.

All the accomodation is on the ground floor with level access throughout the home which can acomodate 34 residents. The residents enoy the large open day room, while they can rest in their room should they wish. The home has recently been developed to include a reminiscence room and is undergoing further refurbishment.

Risby Hall has qualified nurses on duty throughout the 24 hour period and a number of care staff have obtained their NVQ or QCF Level 2 and 3 in Health Care. The home also has designated activities, catering and housekeeping staff who undertake training to support the caring friendly environment for residents.

Each resident is assessed prior to admission to ensure their individual needs can be met. Once admitted we have an open visitor policy where relatives and friends can visit when the resident wishes. The GP will not change unless coming from out of area. The care requirements are recorded in a care plan which is reviewed in conjunction with the resident.

For any further information or to arrange a visit then please contact the Home Manager Noreen Adkin and her Deputy Abby Whiting.

Testimonials from current service users:

"I'm on my own now my husband has died, but I am with friends all the time"

"All the nice things are here. Everybody is very kind to us. We are well looked after and nothing is no trouble to anyone. I would like to say how nice everything is with the activity work. Food is good and tasty here. I like all the people here I go along with and have a word to sometimes".


  

 

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