What is Nursing Care?

Nursing care is for individuals who require 24hr assistance with medical needs as well as personal living needs. This may include individuals who need intensive rehabilitative care, for example; following a stroke, requiring PEG feeding assistance or with long term health conditions.

Residents have access to qualified on site nursing staff throughout the day and night. We have specialised beds to cater for residents with medical needs and a range of equipment to aid mobility.

Promoting active lives


At Ysguborwen, we are fortunate to have a glorious outdoor environment. We are surrounded by trees and woodland giving our residents the perfect space to relax and have fun.

For those with lots of energy we have several areas with sports equipment, like tai discs for the wheelchair residents to use and a grassed area for boules and skittles. We have chickens running free, a stunning woodland walk for the more ambulant to enjoy, as well as an accessible path for wheelchairs around the water area. For the green fingered, we have a poly tunnel with plants and vegetables while the residents can also enjoy our stunning orchards.

Nursing Care at Ysguborwen House

At Ysguborwen we understand that moving away from home can be upsetting - that’s why seamless continuity of care is our primary aim. Our personalised care plans ensure each individual receives the care and support they need and that their independence and choices are maximised.

Celebrating life, individuality and dignity is all part of the Ysguborwen philosophy, so the care we provide is designed around these values. We understand that each person has individual needs so our staff are trained to deliver bespoke person centred care to those we support.

Nursing Care FAQ’s

Ysguborwen is all about what is normal for you. We are entirely flexible. Some residents like to remain in their room for comfort, some like to socialise and participate as much as they are able in the daily activities and some like to go back to bed in the afternoons.

Once an enquiry has been made, depending on our waiting list a medical assessment will be carried out at home or in hospital by a unit manager and we will ascertain whether we are able to meet a potential residents needs here at Ysguborwen.

Yes. An assessment always has to take place. This is an opportunity for families or advocates to participate and decide the immediate future care for a potential resident.

Extras are hairdressing, podiatry, newspapers, sweets, trips out and toiletries.

We carry out all personal laundry services in the home, including bedding and towels. Please remember it is important that all personal clothes are marked and we can assist with the purchase of name tags for you or our staff to use.

Every resident has a trial period of 4 weeks. We then hold a general review with the resident being the most important person plus social services (where involved), family and staff. We realise this transition is a very difficult step and do our utmost to ensure the settling in period is successful.

A relative shares their thoughts


'My mother arrived at Ysguborwen following a long stay in hospital. Her general physical condition and mental health were were low from illness and isolation from family due to Covid restrictions. After 6 months she has flourished and is the happiest and healthiest I have seen her for years. She has started to enjoy life again after years of loneliness thanks to the fantastic care and entertainment at Ysguborwen. The sparkle is back in her eyes.'

Debbie and her team have spent a great deal of time and effort in developing the home since he started his visits and we have been so impressed with the service that, when the time came for full time care, we had no hesitation in seeking permanent accommodation there for him.'

Karen R

Contact Ysguborwen House

Call us on 01685 872606 | [email protected]