Yarningdale Care Home, Codnor
|Services||Neuro-disability, Brain injury & stroke, Mental ill-health, Complex dementia|
Welcome to Yarningdale
Yarningdale is a specialist nursing home in Codnor, providing care for adults with complex needs including neuro-disabilities, brain injury, stroke, mental ill-health and dementia.
At Yarningdale, 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. We do this by identifying goals and outcomes together with individuals, families and other professionals.
Yarningdale has two units called Wren and Robin, each with ten bedrooms, a lounge and a dining room. Every bedroom has a an accessible ensuite wet room, TV points in all rooms and all rooms can be decorated to suit personal tastes. There is a choice of comfortable lounges and quiet areas.
At Yarningdale we understand the importance of good, nutritious food. Our varied restaurant style dining menu is developed with service users at regualr Food Forums to ensure we cater for personal preferences and condition-speciﬁc dietary requirements. We specialise in using food moulds to make pureed food is appetising and delicious for those with swallowing difficulties.
Life at Yarningdale
Social activities, leisure interests and hobbies are all part of a healthy, balanced life. Yarningdale’s 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. Whether it’s regular pub lunches, visits to community parks or annual holidays to places like Centre Parcs, a busy social calendar changes every week, with activities that encourage independence. An accessible vehicle means there is always transport available for these trips.
All service users have access to the sensory room, designed to develop a person's senses through special lighting, music and objects. Landscaped, therapeutic gardens include a small allotment and greenhouse for gardening and relaxation.