Broadgate nursing home has been delivering nursing care to our local community for more than 20 years. Over that time we have seen many changes; we provide care for 40 elderly people with nursing care needs, and especially those with a diagnosis of dementia. Our care will be delivered in a unit that has been designed with excellence in mind so that colours, textures, sights, smells and sounds are utilised in the best way.
Our home is situated on the outskirts of Beeston town centre, and next to the West Gate of Nottingham University. This lovely location means that we are well served by local buses, and have also good access to local amenities such as shops, churches and also the train station a mile away. When you look out of our windows you can see regular day to day life, either traffic and people passing by, or green gardens and parks.
Our homes purpose is to be a centre of excellence for skilled dementia care within our local community and to enable each resident to retain their unique identity, to reach their full potential and retain a sense of purpose. We reach out into the local community who engage with our knowledgeable, skilled, and diverse staff team to meet the real physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual, needs of the residents of the home. We are known for the love we show to every individual who enters the door of our home, and for the respect and dignity we promote.
We do this by developing a staff team who are knowledgeable in the field of dementia care, who share this vision and are motivated to work with our residents and each other to achieve our aims for each individual and develop a sense of community identity by building our relationships with local businesses and services and the local community.
We love to welcome visitors to our home to join our residents in their daily lives. Please help us to make our home your home by joining in with whatever is going on, a games session, eating lunch, and enjoying a cup of tea or a fundraising event.