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“My father-in-law is looked after and cared for with dignity and respect. The home is warm, relaxed and welcoming at all times. The staff are friendly and approachable and I would recommend Rowallan House to anyone that is considering a care home for a loved one.”

Donna M - Daughter-in-law of resident

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World Diabetes Day

Every 14th November, we observe World Diabetes Day. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of the disease, support those who have been affected, share information on any...
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Action-packed activities

As we get older, mental and physical stimulation continue to be important aspects of being healthy and happy. Here at Rowallan House, we believe that all people, regardless of their...
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What is sundowning syndrome?

People with dementia may experience sundowning syndrome. This refers to a state of confusion or increased agitation occurring in the late afternoon or near the end of the day. Sundowning...
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Why our team loves working at Rowallan House

We pride ourselves on our close-knit team of passionate and dedicated carers. Residents and staff alike have become one big family. As part of our family, looking after your health,...
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How are care homes regulated?

Moving into residential care is a big life decision. Whether you’re interested in a care home for yourself or a loved one, you naturally want to know that the care...
Short stays

Short stays at Rowallan House

For 40 years, we’ve been welcoming residents into our cosy home away from home for long-term stays, short stays and everything in between. We pride ourselves on being able to...
people living with dementia

Residential care for people living with dementia

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with dementia, we understand the sadness, frustration and stress you may be going through. Dealing with dementia can be challenging for...
World Hospice

World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

We believe that everyone deserves to receive kind and compassionate palliative care as they approach the end of life, no matter where they live, how old they are, where they...
What makes a great carer

What makes a great carer?

Do you have what it takes to be a great carer? Although we appreciate and value training and experience, great carers are more than their professional qualifications. Some things simply...
What does respite care include

What does respite care include?

Respite care is also known as short-term care. It’s designed to provide temporary relief to family or primary caregivers so that they can enjoy a much-needed break without the stress...