Residents are encouraged to retain familiar routines, habits and lifestyles. By building personal relationships it is possible to understand the whole person and develop meaningful activities to enhance their enjoyment of living.
Individuals benefit from taking part in normal life in the community. Life should continue and not stop when someone enters our care home. Depending on the individual, accompanied visits to shops, local parks the pub or attending church services can make life more meaningful and fulfilling. If outside visits are not possible we endeavor to bring the community to Mount Pleasant by way of our activities programme.
Mount Pleasant can provide accommodation for 14 residents, and respite stay and Daycare. All enjoy the benefit of centrally heated rooms. four are en-suit with a mix of single and double.
They are comfortably furnished, tastefully decorated, light and airy. with the emphasis on - 'Home', not hospital. Each has an electronic call system. Many have superb views, while others enjoy an attractive outlook over the garden.
New residents may bring their own furniture if they wish - providing this has been discussed and agreed with Sian Littlechild - our Manager, who is more than happy to accommodate wherever possible.
We cater for the elderly (60 +) and people with Dementia and associated illnesses. The Home is adapted for the use of wheelchairs and our facilities include bath hoists, mobility hoists, disabled toilets, walk-in shower - to aid clients and staff, and of course a supply of wheel chairs.
Daily Life and Accommodation