Our nursing home currently supports six people who have learning and physical disabilities. The needs of the individuals in this service include catheter care, epilepsy, diabetes and other complex care needs.
Our home is very friendly, fun and optimistic; ensuring that every day is a special day that has value and purpose for everyone. We support people with the utmost dignity and respect and are committed to supporting people sensitively to maintain choice and independence.
Apart from the dedicated care team, the home has an activities coordinator whose role is to facilitate a wide range of activities and to ensure that individuals’ hobbies, skills and interests continue to be developed. Our team liaises with a range of healthcare professionals to ensure that each person is correctly supported to meet their full potential.
Brookfields is a well-established six bed room nursing home based in Oldbury, close to Birmingham City Centre and motorway network. There are a number of local ameneties nearby and staff support residents to access community based activities that meet sensory needs inclulding hydrotherapy sessions.
All six bedrooms are accessible for wheelchair users and are on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a meeting room, an office, laundry facilities and a bathroom. The communal lounge has a large TV and stereo and there is plenty of space for everyone to socialise. Each person’s room reflects their individual choices and is decorated accordingly. There is an adapted bathroom and a wet room with overhead tracking and a shower trolley. There is a large kitchen/dining room where staff supports individuals to prepare homemade meals, offering a variety of healthy options. Our residents enjoy baking and often spend time together enjoying their meals in the secluded garden weather permitting.
The staff at Brookfields are highly skilled and provide 24 hour nursing care. The staff team have a combination of clinical knowledge, compassion, patience and understanding and they undergo specialist training to help support and understand the specific challenges of conditions.
The home will always have a registered nurse on duty that is supported by support staff. There is a Registered Manager who supports the nurses and support staff in their role. The team works together to ensure that each person’s social, emotional and medical needs are monitored and met.