Broomhill Care Centre is situated in the village of Old Whittington near Chesterfield.
Broomhill is run by the company ‘Intacare’ and the home is a brand new specialist home developed to meet the needs of individuals who have Mental Health needs or Brain Injury
Broomhill Care Centre is a purpose built home providing accommodation to 16 service users with en suite bedrooms.
The building is spacious and is a safe environment with large and fresh communal areas, quiet areas which can be utilised for visiting and therapy areas including a therapy kitchen for those service users with rehabilitation needs.
There are also accessible laundry facilities available which will allow service users to develop their skills to live more independently.
Broomhill Care Centre is a nurse led home providing service users with 24 hour quality care from a qualified nursing team.
All service users undergo a full initial assessment of their skills and needs which formulates their individual person centered care package and care plans tailored to their needs. Evaluation is ongoing and our intervention is to improve individual’s skills in order for them to improve their quality of life and self esteem, providing a rehabilitation pathway for those also who have met their goals and are looking to return gradually to life in the community.
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