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Bethel House Care Home

Bethel House Care Home

Bethel House at Hebron Hall, our residential care home, accommodates 35 residents in single rooms with two twin rooms ideal for married couples or siblings to share. Most rooms have en suite facilities and there is a passenger lift between the ground and first floors.

The ground floor has two lounges, one with television, DVD and CD player, and a second quieter lounge where residents can sit, read, play board games and chat or play the piano.

A dining room, conservatory, hairdressing salon, beverage kitchen and further small lounge complete the communal areas.

Outside are two patio areas for residents to enjoy in the warmer weather including a rose garden with beautiful colours throughout the season.

Being a Christian care home, devotions are held each weekday and there are services every Sunday, led by local churches, for those who wish to attend. In addition there is a full engagement programme and social activities for residents to enjoy.

We offer a varied and healthy menu and residents enjoy two cooked meals each day personally chosen from the alternatives available, with special diets being accommodated as required. Most residents take their main meals in the dining room but some have breakfast served in their rooms and can choose to have other meals in their rooms too.

Visitors are welcome at any time and we encourage families to maintain typical and regular contact with residents. An open invitation is extended to families to join the special functions organised during the course of the year.

We have an excellent relationship with local GP practices and District Nurses who provide support to those with medical needs.

A full laundry service for personal clothing, bed linen and towels is provided on site and additional services, such as chiropody, hairdressing, newspapers and private telephones are available at cost.

Free WiFi is available throughout the home and residents are encouraged to bring ornaments or personal items of furniture for their rooms.

There is a standard rate for fees but many residents are eligible to receive financial support from Social Services.

Our aim is that when residents move into Bethel House they feel that they are simply changing their address.

To ensure we can meet the care needs of potential residents fully a personal assessment is undertaken by a senior staff member prior to admission.

We invite potential residents, families and friends to visit Bethel House as part of their selection process.

To make an appointment to visit or if you have any questions, call Bethel House direct on 029 2051 3162 or contact us by email.