"We wish to thank you and your splendid staff for the excellent care given to my late father during his all too short stay at North Ferriby Nursing Home. We were pleased that he spent his final days in a wonderful caring environment." (May 2015)
"Thank you so much for looking after my Dad so well during his time with you. The nurses were so kind, gentle and loving. It really helped me to see he was in such good, caring hands when he was so poorly and disabled. Thanks to everyone for all you did for Dad and also for helping me and Mum through a very difficult time. Best wishes." (Nov 2015)
"Thank you very much for all the kindness and care you showed to my husband.Every time I visited he was being well cared for. His illness meant that he required a lot more nursing and handling than the average resident. You were all cheerful and caring and that made the situation for all the family much easier." (Nov 2015)
"To all the lovely care and nursing staff who took fantastic care of our Grandad. Thank you for all that you did for him, we are very greatful [for] how you looked after himin his final months." (Dec 2015)
"We would like to send our sincere heartfelt thanks, for all your exemplary, loving care of mother. She was very special to us and dearly loved, so knowing she was in the best hands was a great blessing". (April 2013)
"In deepest and sincere appreciation of your care and many kindness' to our mum". (April 2013)
"I would like to thank you for the care, you and your staff, gave my mum. She was made very welcome and as comfortable as possible". (May2013)
We run activities including: arm chair aerobics, reminisence sessions, quizzes, reading, flower arranging, arts and crafts. We have two entertainers who visit each month, who both sing and play various musical instuments and tell stories through their music. We also have seasonal visits from two choirs, put on firwork displays and decorate the house at special times of the year, utilising some items made by residents. Each bedroom is equipped with its own TV/radio
Two chiropodists and a podiatrist visit regularly, but residents are free to make their own arrangements with other suppliers.
Facilities are available for Clergy to conduct private or individual devotion on the premises. Regular Church of England services are held on the first Monday of the month, excluding Bank Holidays when an alternative date will be arranged. There are also 2 churches within the village.
We have doctors from two surgeries who visit the home regularly, but Residents are welcome to keep their current GP if we fall within their area for house calls. The closest doctors practice is 200 meters away.
A hairdresser visits twice a week, but residents are free to make their own arrangements with other suppliers.
Meals and refreshments:
We take pride in the variety and quality of our traditional home cooking. Special diets and personal preferences are catered for. Meals are prepared on the premises from, where possible, locally sourced fresh produce and we operate a 3 weekly rotating menu. Examples are below.
Early morning drink: from 07:00 if the resident is awake. We won't wake you up unless you ask us to!
Breakfast:08:30-10:00 with a choice from; cereals, porridge, toast and marmalade,yogurts prunes, grapefruit or eggs with a variety of drinks.
Morning Tea/coffee/cold drink: 10:30-11:00 served with biscuits.
Lunch: 12:30-1:30 Three courses, consisting of soup, a hot main e.g. a roast, fish or steak pie, an alternative main, followed by a desert e.g. sponge pudding, crumble, ice cream yogurt or fresh fruit. Sherry is seved with lunch as are sandwiches if a resident would prefer them.
Afternoon tea and biscuits: 15:00
Evening meal: 17:00-18:00 Two courses, Choice from the "daily hot" main (e.g. a jacket potatoe, toad in the hole, quiche, corned beef hash) or from a range such as; sandwiches, salad, tea cakes etc, followed by a "daily desert" (e.g. cake or cheesecake) or ice cream, yogurt or fresh fruit.
Evening Tea/coffee/Horlicks/hot chocolate/cold drink: 20:00
Additional drinks and biscuits are available throughout the day and night and jugs of juice and water are also provided.
We also make cakes for birthdays and other special occasions.
Residents can order newspapers and magazines from the local newsagent who delivers to the home every morning .
There is a public house opposite the home and one on the edge of the village.
We have a small in-house "shop" where residents can purchase toiletries, a few other essentials and sweets.
There is a Co-op, Post Office, newsagents, hairdressers, cafes, and chemist within 300 metres.
Each room has a telephone point for connection directly to the local provider, Kingston Communications. Residents can take out a contract with KC for phone or internet facilities if they wish.
Free Wifi is provided in the communal areas and this is also accessable from some rooms.
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