We provide a supportive environment at Havenmere. People get the specialist nursing care they need, and are able to stay closer to their loved ones.
Havenmere has 38 large bedrooms, each with an en-suite, across four units. The home has communal dining and living spaces, a therapy kitchen, a therapy room, a sensory room, a games room and a large accessible garden.
- Pilgrim Unit
Pilgrim Unit supports up to ten adults living with conditions that require clinical and nursing input, therapy and social interaction, including acquired brain injuries, spinal injuries and complex mental health needs.
- Clyfton Unit
Clyfton Unit supports up to ten adults who require nursing care and have limited movement or interaction, including those who have tracheostomies or are living with
spinal injuries, brain injuries, Huntington’s disease or Parkinson’s disease.
- Mayflower Unit
Mayflower Unit supports up to ten adults who display behaviours of concern and who require nursing input, distraction techniques and observations, including those living with Huntington’s disease and dementia.
- Bridgeway Unit
Bridgeway Unit supports up to eight adults who want to maximise their independent living skills as part of their journey to community living. The unit has two apartments and six large bedrooms, as well as a therapy kitchen, a computer room and a private garden.
The home is close to local amenities and transport links so that people can maintain their community connections.
Download our brochure to read more about Havenmere care home in Immingham, or watch a video tour of the home.