Parklands is a happy, positive and homely modern bungalow providing a caring residential service for up to five adults with profound multiple learning disabilities and additional complex needs including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, physical disabilities, visual and hearing impairment and sensory loss.
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Individuals living at Parklands need very personalised care, which is delivered by a dedicated team who are proficient in non-verbal communication. Through providing high levels of sensory therapy the team have positively impacted and enhanced the lives of many individuals living at Parklands.
Close to the city of Newport and Cwmbran town, Parklands is ideally situated to ensure that individuals living there are able to participate fully in community life despite the challenges they may face arising from the complexity of their presenting needs.
With a stimulating, well planned, spacious environment, including a large accessible garden, the focus is on maximising independence and providing specialist support. The friendly team are fully trained in Epilepsy support, Peg Feeding and medication via Peg.
Individuals are also supported to gain confidence with daily living tasks and enjoy participating in cookery, music sessions and sensory therapy. Through creative forward thinking, the focus at Parklands is about maintaining bespoke support for individuals.
The committed staff team always ensure that family members are fully involved in their loved one’s person-centred plans and have regular gatherings where family and friends are welcome For example themed nights, coffee mornings, karaoke, arts and crafts and beauty sessions, as well as garden parties and Christmas and Easter events.
- Residential service for adults – male and female
- 5 bedrooms with en-suites
- Wheelchair accessible
Call: 0808 223 5320
- En-suite bedrooms
- Ground floor
- Hoist equipment
- Peg feeding equipment
- Pleasant gardens
- Sensory aids
We are 94% compliant across inspectorate bodies, CQC, Ofsted, The Care Inspectorate Wales and The Scottish Care Inspectorate for residential care (Figure stated as at June 2020)
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Views & Opinions
“Overall, the home benefits from stable and effective leadership and management, with good systems for monitoring, auditing and evaluating different aspects of the service. There is evidence that the home is committed to continuous learning and improving.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“We found that staff working at the home feel valued and supported because they receive regular supervision, benefit from an approachable manager and receive training which is relevant to the needs of the people using the service.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“Each person has a plan of care which outlines how their needs will be met.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“It supports residents to take part in a range of activities which cater for different interests and which provide stimulation.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“There are opportunities to take part in a range of meaningful activities to maintain and promote individual skills and well-being.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“We found that the home puts people’s health and well-being at the heart of everything it does.”Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“The manager is brilliant and will sort things out.”Consensus Colleague – Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“The staff care, this the most important thing to me and they provide excellent care at all times.”Relative – Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“Staff are very caring and committed to residents.”Relative – Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018
“Staff are very attentive.”Relative – Quote from CSSIW Inspection Report – March 2018