Care for adults & young people with physical disabilities near Romsey

Close to the historic Hampshire town of Romsey, Waverley Lodge Nursing Home was purpose-built in 1998 to provide respite, long term and palliative care to physically disabled adults from 18 to 65 years of age. Registered Manager Jenny Wheeler and her dedicated team have a wealth of experience in a wide range of learning and physical disabilities, including epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s and motor neurone disease, as well as diabetes amputees and residents with stroke, head and brain injuries.

Whether it’s respite, long-term or palliative care, residents and their families value the purpose-built amenities and the highly qualified care that marks Waverley Lodge out as one of the very few homes of its kind to offer such a broad range of dedicated support with such specialised facilities. 

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Care for young people with physical disabilities at Waverley Lodge

Enjoying a secluded location with spacious communal areas, 12 acres of grounds and a wonderful rural outlook, Waverley Lodge delivers outstanding care for residents between 18 and 65 years of age in a bright, modern environment. Awarded “Good” at its most recent CQC inspection and averaging over 9.1 on, this highly specialised care home has been designed from the ground up to offer specialist facilities for a wide range of physical and learning disabilities.

Care for adults with physical disabilities at Waverley Lodge Nursing Home

As a specialist care home for 18-65 year olds, Waverley Lodge is staffed and equipped to offer dedicated care for a wide range of disabilities and conditions. From diabetes amputees and residents with stroke, head and brain injuries, to conditions such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, motor neurone, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease, the nursing staff team combine empathy with considerable expertise to deliver truly exceptional care.

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Purpose-built nursing home for individuals with physical disabilities 

From the 26 bright, modern and spacious bedrooms to the specification of the ensuite wet rooms, designed for a wide range of accessibility requirements, the accommodation at Waverley Lodge Nursing Home in Sherfield English, Hampshire, has been purpose-built to support residents with a variety of physical and learning disabilities.

Selected bathrooms have specialist lifting equipment, with additional amenities for specific conditions. There are also further thoughtful features, such as low-touch temperature radiators and intelligent lighting, as well as internal décor and furnishings designed to assist with orientation.

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Highly-trained team to support your loved one each day

Managing a care home for adults with learning and physical disabilities calls for an exceptional calibre of staff. Operated by Allegra Care, Waverley Lodge practices person-centred care, with a detailed care plan established for each resident upon admission – and continually monitored and adapted as required thereafter.

All of the nursing, care and housekeeping staff at Waverley Lodge have been hand-picked not only for their professional qualifications but also for their kindness, empathy and patience.

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Served in the bright, spacious dining room – or in residents’ own rooms if they prefer – the food at Waverley Lodge Nursing Home is truly exceptional.

Purpose-built and specified to commercial standards when Waverley Lodge was built in 1998, the kitchen is superbly appointed to deliver outstanding cuisine. Produce is sourced locally from the Hampshire area and in season wherever possible, enabling chef and the kitchen team to produce a balanced, nutritious diet all year round.

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Engaging activities for our residents with disabilities

With a tight-knit, friendly community of adults with a wide range of learning and physical disabilities, the focus at Waverley Lodge is on providing a varied and stimulating programme of activities.

Regular local trips in the home’s own minibus take in a variety of destinations and events, from shopping, café and visits around Hampshire to bowling, football, pub, theatre and cinema trips. All excursions are rigorously risk-assessed from an accessibility perspective, ensuring that residents’ safety and security are prioritised at all times.

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A person-centred approach to care at Waverley Lodge Nursing Home

Person-centred care is a central tenet of Allegra Care, who own and operate Waverley Lodge Nursing Home. In no care sector is this more important than learning and physical disabilities. With such a wide range of diseases, disabilities and conditions to cater for, a highly specified and detailed care plan is established with each resident and their loved ones upon admission. This means that care is tailored precisely to each resident’s every requirement, anticipating and providing support even before it needs to be asked for.