Nursing Care At Sunrise Senior Living

Nursing Care at Sunrise

What is Nursing Care?

Many Sunrise care homes are registered for nursing care – just like an ordinary nursing home for the elderly, but with all the Sunrise Signatures that make life more enjoyable in your later years. Older people who are recovering from an injury or hospitalisation, or have a long-term condition can benefit from nursing care.

Nursing Care at Sunrise

As with every Sunrise team member, our skilled and fully qualified nurses are committed to maintaining the health, wellbeing and dignity of each resident. They’re also supported by effective systems and procedures, including a computerised medication management system that is designed to significantly reduce the risk of medication errors.

All residential nursing care is based on an individual assessment of needs. This results in an Individualised Service Plan of care (ISP), which is constantly monitored and – where necessary – adapted to meet the changing needs of each individual.

Every registered nurse works with a team of carers designated to each resident. This means that familiar, friendly faces are always on hand to provide quality nursing care.

Registered Nursing Care in a Unique Setting

Sunrise helps promote a sense of security, safety and care. Get in touch to find out more about our high quality nursing services, including NHS-funded nursing care contributions for residents.

Our Nursing Care Services

  • Care, assistance and nursing 24 hours a day
  • Ongoing and regular wellbeing and clinical assessments by our qualified nurses
  • Medication management including self administration
  • Physical assistance and support around all the activities of daily living
  • Individual Service Plans of care (ISP)

We also provide a comprehensive range of services tailored to each of our residents’ individual needs including:

  • Falls management
  • Pain management
  • Continence management
  • Blood pressure and weight management

Our latest information on Coronavirus

Visiting arrangements

As our residents are all particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 infection, we have taken the difficult decision to temporarily suspend all visits from relatives and friends, unless in exceptional circumstances. We do not take this decision lightly; reducing visitors into our homes will help protect the health and safety of residents which is our priority. Visits from healthcare professionals and for matters relating to health and safety continue with appropriate precautions.

Our intention is to follow public health advice to determine when visits will return to normal. We will continue to do our best to support residents to keep in touch with loved ones via other methods, such as phone and video calls, letters or emails in the short term.

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