Glenashling Nursing Home can accommodate up to 75 residents. We can provide care for low dependency, medium dependency, high dependency, and maximum dependency residents.
Low dependency: This category refers to people who need some support in the community and the more independent residents in residential accommodation who require little nursing care. They are usually independently mobile but may use a walking stick and have difficulty managing stairs.
Medium Dependency: Person whose independence is impaired to the extent that he/she requires residential care because the appropriate support and nursing care required by the person cannot be provided by the community. Mobility is impaired to the extent that the person requires supervision or a walking aid.
High Dependency: Independence is impaired to the extent that the person requires residential care but is not bed bound. The person may have a combination of physical and mental disabilities, may be confused at times and be incontinent. He/she may require a walking aid and physical assistance to walk.
Maximum Dependency: Person whose independence is impaired to the extent that he/she requires nursing care. The person is likely to be bed bound, requires assistance with all aspects of physical care and maybe ambulant but confused, disturbed and incontinent.
Source: Long Stay Activity Statistics 2011 (Prepared by the information unit Department of Health)
Contract of Care:
By agreeing to take up residency within Glenashling Nursing Home each resident will sign a contract of care which ensures that each resident has a legally binding assurance of high-quality care standards and that Glenashling Nursing Home has an acknowledgment of the resident’s commitment to the terms and conditions which are stated in the contract and tailored to meet the individual needs of residents.
The resident agrees to pay the required fee on the 1st of each calendar month, and all other conditions as per the contract of care.
Long-term Residential Care Services
(a) Bed and board;
(b) Nursing and personal care appropriate to the level of care needs of the Resident;
(d) Laundry Service;
(e) Basic aids and appliances necessary to assist the Resident with the activities of daily living.