Care homes on the Isle of Wight
When live-in care just isn’t an option, give your loved ones the support they need with a choice of the top local care homes.
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Choosing a care home
At Elder, we understand that not everyone is in the right situation to receive live-in care on the Isle of Wight, perhaps there’s no space or maybe they require much more complex care.
No matter the reason, we’d still like to help and we know we’re in a good position to do so. We know what good care looks like, even outside of the home.
Your loved one has every right to be supported and cared for in the way they deserve, which is why we’ve found the best residential options in the area for you.
The top care homes on the Isle of Wight
With an in-depth understanding of elderly care across the UK, we’re perfectly placed to recommend the best residential options near you.
Cornelia Manor Residential Care Home
60 Watergate Road, Newport PO30 1XP
Close to the shops of Newport, Cornelia Manor provides permanent, palliative, respite and day care for people over the age of 60. With 32 single rooms and one shared room, 29 of which have private ensuites.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, sensory impairment, eating disorders, physical disability.
Springfield Nursing Home
26 Arthurs Hill, Shanklin PO37 6EX
Springfield Nursing Home is a refurbished Edwardian residence close to the railway station. With 46 single rooms, all with private ensuite facilities, Springfield provides a range of tailored care options to residents over the age of 65.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, sensory impairment, cancer care, MND, MS, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, head injury and stroke.
Solent Grange Care Home
Staplers Road, Wootton Bridge, Ryde PO33 4RW
Situated in landscaped grounds, Solent Grange offers residential, respite, convalescent and palliative care to people over the age of 60. With 89 single rooms, all with private ensuites, Solent Grange also has a separate dementia care unit.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, sensory impairment, physical disability, epilepsy and stroke.
Barchester Orchard House Care Centre
Orchard House Care Centre, 189 Fairlee Road, Newport PO30 2EP
Within easy reach of Newport, Barchester Orchard House provides a range of care options for older residents and young adults. With 60 rooms, all with private ensuites, Barchester Orchard House also has its own café-bar and a separate dementia unit.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, physical disability, sensory impairment, cancer care, colitis, Crohn’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, MND, MS, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, stroke and head injury.
Barchester Vecta House Care Home
24 Atkinson Drive, Newport PO30 2LJ
Barchester Vecta House is situated in landscaped grounds and specialises in dementia and physical disabilities. Can accommodate up to 54 guests over the age of 40, with all rooms having private ensuite facilities.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, bipolar / manic depression, head injury, challenging behaviour and schizophrenia.
The Elms Nursing Home
Swains Road, Bembridge PO35 5XS
Boasting its own secluded garden, The Elms is set in an Edwardian building in Bembridge. There are 48 single rooms available, all with their own ensuite facilities, for residents over the age of 65.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, MND, MS, cerebral palsy, cancer care, epilepsy, head injury, sensory impairment and stroke.
149 Park Road, Cowes PO31 7NQ
A purpose-built care home, Cherry Trees offers 25 single rooms, 21 of which have private facilities, for residents over the age of 55.
Suitable for dementia, physical disability, mental health conditions.
33 Broadway, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 9BD
Located in a period property in Sandown, The Briars provides a range of care options for people over the age of 65, specialising in dementia care. There are 38 single rooms, 37 of which have private ensuites.
Suitable for dementia, Alzheimer’s, bipolar, manic depression, Parkinson’s, epilepsy, challenging behaviour, head injury, sensory impairment, MND, cancer care and stroke.
Make sense of your options
Realising your loved one requires care isn’t an easy conclusion to come to and when there seems to be so many options, it’s hard to know where to begin.
At Elder, we are always on hand to offer the best impartial advice, every day between 8 am and 8 pm to help you decide on the best care solution for the whole family.
Get in touch with one of our expert care advisors today.
Frequently asked questions
Would a care home support those with dementia?
Some care homes are able to support people living with dementia, but many are not suitable due to environmental factors or a lack of suitably trained staff. Some care homes have specialist secure dementia units, but admission to a care home can often be very upsetting to an older person who is struggling to make sense of their environment.
If you are able to arrange live-in care for a family member who is living with dementia, they will not have to face the upheaval of moving away from their home environment into an unfamiliar place full of strangers. Having a dedicated one-to-one carer means that they will benefit from continuity of care and feel much more settled and content than if they have to accept care from various different people, as they would in residential care.
Remaining in their own home can be a great benefit to someone living with dementia.
Does live-in care support those with diabetes?
If your loved one is living with diabetes, choosing a provider such as Elder is a great way to ensure 24-hour care. Diabetes can be an exhausting condition, made much more difficult in later years, especially when someone is living alone.
Tasks such as cooking and cleaning can become too strenuous and, as a result, nutrition can slip and the condition can worsen. Remembering to take medicine and keeping doctors appointments can also become a challenge. But for those who prefer to remain living independently, in their own homes, home care can be the ideal solution.
A live-in carer from Elder has the knowledge, experience and training to support someone living with diabetes at home. From nutrition to medicine, as well as encouraging activities such as walking, live-in care can be the best option in the beneficial management of diabetes.
What services do Elder provide?
Elder can provide the one-to-one care your elderly relative needs in the home environment they are used to. One of our trained and experienced caregivers can move into your loved one’s home and provide support and care twenty-four hours a day so that they can remain comfortably and safely at home.
In addition to providing the quality healthcare you would find in a care home, Elder’s carers will also help with many different aspects of your relative’s life. This can include escorting or driving them out and about to appointments or social activities, caring for pets and helping with general housekeeping tasks. Unless your relative prefers to cook for themselves, our carers will also provide regular meals, so you can be sure your family member is getting the nutrition they need.
Find out more about live-in care from Elder on our website.
How can I help my loved one to stay in their own home?
If you have an elderly relative who has reached the stage of needing 24-hour care, you may initially consider a care home. However, most elderly people want to remain in their own home for as long as they can, and live-in care from Elder can make this possible.
A live-in carer would move in with your loved one and provide all the support and care they need. In addition to providing assistance with any aspects of daily living or personal care tasks that the person finds difficult, a dedicated carer will also help with domestic tasks such as cleaning, cooking and shopping. Another advantage is that the carer will offer emotional support and company and help your loved one to maintain links with friends, family and neighbours.
To find out more about how Elder can help, contact us to speak to one of our friendly care advisors.
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