488 Ferry Road, Edinburgh EH5 2DL
Eagle Lodge Salvation Army Care Home provides care to 33 older people, some with dementia, who can no longer live independently. All staff play a central role in creating a positive culture where residents’ rights are promoted, ensuring they are active participants in care decisions. Families also work with staff to ensure care is best tailored to the needs of their loved ones.
Daily, residents can take part in meaningful activities with the purpose of enhancing quality of life and maintaining physical and mental well-being. Activities are designed to be creative and to stimulate thinking or memory, such as music, art, flower-arranging, chair exercise and walking. Other tasks support everyday living – folding washing and setting tables. Residents can also participate in organised activities from watching films to singing or enjoying shopping trips.
The Salvation Army wants older people to feel fulfilled in their later life. Staff work hard to ensure residents feel safe and at home at Eagle Lodge and to enjoy the best quality of life.
The care offered engages the whole person and addresses their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. They encourage residents and families to make choices which enhance and enrich their life, to participate in activities which bring them fulfilment and to share socially which eases possible isolation.
Group: The Salvation Army
Person in charge: Ian Bell (Home Manager)
Local Authority / Social Services: Edinburgh City Council (click for contact details)
Type of Service: Care Home only (Residential Care) – Voluntary / Not for Profit Owned , 33 residents
Registered Care Categories*: Dementia • Old Age
Specialist Care Categories: Alzheimer's
Admission Information: Ages 65+.
Single Rooms: 33
Rooms with ensuite WC: 33
Weekly Charges Guide: Personal Care Single from £574
Facilities & Services: Palliative Care • Respite Care • Convalescent Care • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Smoking not permitted • Close to Local shops • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Lift • Wheelchair access • Gardens for residents • Residents Kitchenette • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room
* Care Inspectorate is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in Scotland.
Job Title: Home Manager
Ian has worked in a care setting since 1983. He has been a manager working in the Prison Service and with children and young people where he latterly held a number of operational posts and was latterly the Head of Quality Assurance Standards and Learning and Development. Eagle Lodge were awarded the accolade of "Home of the Year" at the annual Salvation Army Social Services Awards in March 2014. Ian Has studied with the Open University and has an SVQ 4 in Health and Social Care and a Registered Managers Award. Ian is dedicated to ensuring the people he looks after recieve the best possible quality of care and quality of life. The care on offer at Eagle Lodge is not based on assumptions about what is best for residents but on their identified needs, wants and aspirations.
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