Havenmere Care Home, Immingham, Lincolnshire
|Address||191 Pelham Road
|Services||Neuro-disability, Brain injury & stroke, Mental ill-health, Complex dementia, OneCare service|
Welcome to Havenmere
Havenmere is a nurse-led residential home for adults with complex needs.
At Havenmere, we build our care and activity plans around individuals, supporting, nurturing and encouraging them to live happy, fulﬁlled lives. Making every day better is about achieving the best possible outcomes for those we care for, so we identify goals and outcomes together with individuals, families and professionals.
Havenmere is arranged over three ten-bed units; Mayflower, Clyfton and Pilgrim. Each unit has a choice of lounges, a dining room and kitchen. Service users are encouraged to decorate their bedrooms to suit personal tastes and there are TV points in each room, with WiFi in communal areas. Every bedroom has an accessible ensuite wet room, with additional multi-sensory bathrooms available on each unit.
Seperate from the wraparound care of the main home, OneCare service The Bridgeway, is an extended care pathway which accommodates those returning to life in the community, or a way into care for those with a progressive condition who may not yet require complex nursing care.
Encouraging service users to develop or maintain their independence and life skills, the service includes six-bed apartment and two one-bedroom apartments. The six ensuite rooms have shared kitchen and living areas, allowing service users to interact and support one another, whilst still receiving support from the main home. The two one-bedroomed apartments are self-contained, which allow for more independent living. This sole-occupancy environment is personalised to suit the unique needs of individual service users.
At Havenmere, we understand the importance of good, nutritious food. Our varied restaurant style dining menu is developed with service users to ensure we cater for personal tastes and dietary preferences including religious and condition-speciﬁc requirements.
Havenmere’s OneCare service, The Bridgeway, is an extended pathway of care which accommodates individuals returning to life in the community, or alternatively provides a way into care for people with a progressive condition, such as HD.
Encouraging service users to develop or maintain their independence and life skills, the service includes a six-bed apartment and two one-bedroom apartments, on a separate fourth unit, purpose built for the OneCare service.
The six-bed apartment has shared kitchen and living areas, allowing service users to interact and support one another, whilst still receiving support from the main home.
The two one-bedroomed apartments are self-contained, which allow for more independent living. This sole-occupancy environment is personalised to suit the unique needs of individual service users.
"The Bridgeway provides Tim with the ideal environment for his rehabilitation and recovery. From initially requiring 1:1 support, to now living independently in The Bridgeway, we have been able to meet Tim’s needs as he progresses towards his personal goals.” - Home manager, Diane Howden
Life at Havenmere
Social activities, leisure interests and hobbies are all part of a healthy, balanced life. Havenmere’s dedicated activity staff and service users work together to create meaningful and fun plans. As well as group activities, staff facilitate individual hobbies and interests and where appropriate, support to access education and volunteering.
Outings including meals out, swimming in the local pool and shopping trips are popular. Trips to the zoo and Yorkshire Wildlife Park are favourites, as well as live music, shows and visits to the cinema. An accessible minibus means there is always transport available. Staff routinely catch up with service users to ensure they are happy with life at Havenmere and plans for future activities.
All service users have access to the sensory room, designed to develop a person's senses through special lighting, music, and objects. Service users enjoy the beauty therapy room and the life skills room which includes laundry and cooking facilities. Physiotherapy staff work with service users with a range of equipment including a small trampoline, standing frames and tilt bed and hand therapy aids. Well-maintained gardens are accessible for all, and include decking areas for sitting and relaxing, space for parties and areas for gardening.
Friends, families and visitors
Our open door policy means friends and family are welcome to visit and to be involved in care planning and reviews. We encourage everyone to be involved in giving those we look after the best possible quality of life. A dedicated visitor’s bedroom, with a comfortable sofa bed, fridge and ensuite toilet is available for overnight stays.