We provide a supportive environment at Willowbeck. People get the specialist nursing care they need, and are able to stay closer to their loved ones.
Willowbeck has 80 large bedrooms, each with an en-suite, across seven units. The home has communal dining and living spaces, an activities hub and a large accessible garden.
- Ladybower Unit
Ladybower Unit supports adults living with complex health needs who need specialist nursing care. Our Ladybower Team is trained to support people with tracheostomies and PEG feeding tubes, as well as those who need stretchers or specialist positioning. Our Physiotherapy Team is based in this unit.
- Torside Unit
Torside Unit supports adults living with complex long-term conditions including Huntington’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
- Howden Unit
Howden Unit supports younger adults living with complex mental health needs. Howden Unit residents lead very active lives as they have minimal physical health needs and are independently mobile.
- Rivelin Unit
Rivelin Unit supports adults living with complex mental health needs and some physical health needs. The unit is exclusively for people who identify as male.
- Thirlmere Unit
Thirlmere Unit supports adults living with complex mental health needs. It acts as a step-down option from Howden Unit. Our Thirlmere Team focuses on maximising our residents’ independent living skills to support them to move back into the community.
- Derwent Unit
Derwent Unit supports older adults living with complex mental health needs who also have physical health needs. Life in Derwent Unit is very active, with access to our upper garden.
- Abberton Unit
Abberton Unit supports adults living with low acuity mental health needs and low level behaviours of concern. The unit has recently been refurbished.
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 Willowbeck care home, or watch a video tour of the home.