kilbrew nursing home

Kilbrew Nursing Home

Kilbrew Nursing Home is an exclusive nursing care and retirement complex in Co. Meath. It is located within 20 acres of parkland and is 3 minutes north of Ashbourne town, beside the picturesque village of Curragha.

We offer 24-hour nursing care for long-term residential, short stay and convalescence. We provide a safe, caring, friendly environment for our residents and are committed to giving residents the right to maintain their independence, individuality and dignity at all times.

Our 74-bed purpose built residential care facility offers an unequalled degree of privacy and comfort to residents. Each room is equipped with the very latest in nurse-call alarms and motion sensors. Residents may also carry a personal alarm system, which allows them to summon assistance irrespective of where they are in the Demesne.

This vibrant community brings an enjoyable and caring atmosphere to the next phase of life. Residents are encouraged to personalise their rooms to create that important sense of home while they stay with us.

Contact Details

Kilbrew Demesne
Co. Meath
A84 TR72

01 835 8900

Care Types

Residential Nursing Care

We provide exceptional nursing care for people with both simple and complex needs.

Areas of specialty care include stroke or neurological injury, physical disability and long-term conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, cardiac or respiratory illness.

We are highly-experienced at caring for residents with one or more medical conditions, and adapting for common challenges in other areas such as hearing and mobility.

Dementia Care

We specialise in caring for people living with all types of dementia. We understand that it can be an emotional journey for all the family when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia and moving into full-time care is often a difficult decision.

We know how important it is to find/choose a care home where one is not defined by dementia. Our dedicated and experienced team have specifically chosen to work with this sector and are passionate about providing the best possible alternative for those who are no longer able to manage in their own home.

Convalescence Care

A hospital stay can be particularly traumatic experience. With demands on hospital beds high, a period of convalescence is normally required before returning home. Relaxation and recuperation with nursing supervision can restore the feeling of well being and enhance recovery back to fitness. In order to provide the highest standard of care, all our staff not only possess the necessary qualifications, but also take part in updated training to ensure that these standards are maintained. The pursuit of excellence in care and our commitment to maintaining that quality of care is embraced by our matron and is encouraged and shared by our valued and dedicated nursing and care staff team.

Respite Care

We consider respite care to be a vital support to people living in their own homes with the help of a relative or home help. When the time comes to consider full nursing home care, our staff will be there to consult with the resident, their carer, the G.P., hospital consultant or district nursing service so that an individual care plan may be established. This multi-disciplinary approach helps us to provide the most appropriate level of care within the nursing home.

Adult Services under 65

We provide specialised Nursing and Social care for adults between 18 and 65 years with a wide range of health problems, disabilities and acquired brain injury. We support individuals to realise their goals and potential, whilst meeting their specific assessed needs.

Other Details

Our home is led by an experienced Director of Nursing and supported by Assistant Directors of Nursing, clinical nursing staff, healthcare assistants, admin and catering / household staff. We are a multi-disciplinary team that includes GPs and allied health professionals that support us in delivering best quality care to residents.

Our positive organisational culture permeates through our home and impacts on how employees approach their work and interact with residents. With residents, staff and families working together we make everyday life in the nursing home, stimulating, engaging and as enjoyable as possible for everyone.

Care plans are developed by our Registered Nurses in conjunction with the individual resident and, if desired, their family members in consultation with our multi-disciplinary team.

Plans include medical, nutritional, spiritual, physical and emotional care, with strong emphasis on ensuring each individual’s will and preference is reflected in their plan of care.

We also incorporate areas of essential wellbeing such as physical exercise, time outdoors, cognitive stimulation and social engagement.

Our menus are reviewed seasonally by our culinary team to ensure we incorporate our residents’ preferences, local suppliers and foods in season.

Menus are reviewed by our nutritionist and local teams to ensure there is a balanced approach to individual requirements and a healthy varied diet.

Our culinary support team assist each location with individual meal plans and ensuring all residents are accommodated with their personal needs.

Our meal time experience is a valued part of our residents’ day and we ensure our teams make every effort to make this an enjoyable experience.

Our chefs regularly meet directly with residents to discuss their likes and dislikes and ensure every residents’ needs are met.

We have a programme of activities to suit all interests and abilities and encourage residents to stay active, connect socially and take time to relax. We place great emphasis on physical activities from spending time outdoors to taking part in exercise classes.

Our staff assist residents to participate at a level that is comfortable, enjoyable and suited to their individual ability. Seasonal events include Easter, Summer and Christmas celebrations, music, activities and afternoon tea parties.

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