Ravensdale Care Home, Leeds
|Services||Neuro-disability, Brain injury & stroke, Mental ill-health, OneCare service|
Welcome to Ravensdale
At Ravensdale nursing home in Leeds, the specialist team care for people living with neuro-disabilities, brain injury, stroke and mental ill-health. We build our care and activity plans around people, supporting and encouraging everyone to be happy, cared for and fulfilled.
Service users at Ravensdale live in two 10-bed units, Foxglove and Bluebell. Each unit has a dining room and two lounges.
At Ravensdale, we understand the importance of good, nutritious food. Our varied restaurant style dining menu is developed with service users at regular Food Forums. This ensures our menus are, interesting and available to everyone, taking into account personal preferences, condition-specific and religious dietary requirements.
A landscaped garden is level and accessible for all and include areas for socialising and relaxing, with raised flowers beds and a greenhouse for gardening.
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|The referral process||OneCare service|
OneCare reablement pathway at Ravensdale
Exemplar’s OneCare reablement pathways allow people to live with independence in community homes. With care, nursing and support options developed around individual needs, OneCare pathways are fully bespoke and person-centred homes for those looking to live more independently through rehabilitation and enabling activities. Supported by specialist nurses and life-skills teams, service users can further progress their journey to independence before returning to life within the community.
Ravensdale's two bedroom house is staffed 24/7 and has shared kitchen and living areas, allowing service users to interact and support one another, whilst still receiving support from the main home.
Life at Ravensdale
Social activities, leisure interests and hobbies are all part of a healthy, balanced life. The Ravensdale team support service users to make choices about how they live their lives, their hobbies and interests and where appropriate, access to education and volunteering. Regular service user forums allow people to share their views and develop future activities.
Trips to nearby Roundhay Park are popular, particularly during the summer. Service users enjoy local shopping trips, dining out in one of the local pubs and taking part in the community Parkinson’s Choir.
A full-time Occupational Therapist supports individuals with activities of daily living. All service users have access to the sensory room, designed to develop a person’s senses through special lighting, music, and objects.