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Westview Lodge - What we offer

Westview Lodge specialises in three types of care:

  • Midcare also known as Assisted Living
  • Semi-frail
  • Frail

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MIDCARE - ASSISTED LIVING

Midcare residents are generally in their late 70's...early 80's. They are still independent and have been living on their own. They no longer wish or are no longer capable of living alone and decide to retire to a retirement home where everything is handled for them: the nursing care, meals, laundry , social activities, etc.

Our rooms in midcare are large (20 sq.meters) and they all have private phones, M-NET, automatic heating, built-in cupboards, en-suite bathrooms and are wired for satellite reception. All our rooms open onto a patio which, in turn, gives onto our gardens.

Residents in our midcare are socially and functionally active but need a little supervision or care either mobilising, or dressing or washing.

 

SEMI-FRAIL

Our semi-frailcare section is ideal for those residents that are mentally coherent but require some care. Accommodation is in single rooms with bathrooms en-suite. All semi-frail rooms have the same luxuries and comforts of our midcare rooms, but with the advantage of additional nursing care.

Our semifrail section is ideal for stroke patients, people suffering from Parkinson's disease or COPD/emphysema sufferers.

 

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FRAIL

Our frail care is suitable for people who require constant supervision and care. Residents are either physically and/or mentally frail. Our frail care accommodation comprises of two wards accommodating three residents each. Each cubicle has a private bedroom area and a private living room area. The nurse/patient ratio is 2.5.

Our frail care residents have their own living room and dining room which overlooks a self-contained garden.