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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

What are social care jobs doing for our communities

What are social care jobs doing for our communities?

Without a doubt, social care jobs play a crucial role in enriching our communities and enhancing the wellbeing of individuals who require assistance due to age, illness, disability or other...
Men’s mental health – how types of residential care can help

Men’s mental health – how types of residential care can help

Rightly so, mental health issues, particularly among men, have garnered increased attention in recent years. Unfortunately however, the stigma surrounding men’s mental health often leads to underreporting and a lack...
Gardening a way to health and happiness at Rowallan House

Gardening a way to health and happiness at Rowallan House

Nestled in the heart of the countryside, our home away from home offers a tranquil residence for older adults seeking a peaceful and enriching lifestyle where they have the support...
Who does dementia care benefit

Who does dementia care benefit?

Dementia is a challenging condition that not only affects individuals diagnosed with it but also has a profound impact on their families, friends and caregivers. In this blogpost, we explore...
What does living with dementia feel like, and how can a care home help

What does living with dementia feel like, and how can a care home help?

Dementia is a complex and challenging condition describing a range of cognitive impairments that impact memory, thinking and the ability to perform daily activities. While we often hear about the...
The value of early dementia care and support

The value of early dementia care and support

Dementia is a life-changing condition, not just for the person diagnosed but also for close family and friends. Approximately 900,000 people are currently living with dementia in the UK. With...
Talking about what palliative care means

Talking about what palliative care means

While death is a natural part of the circle of life, it can be extremely difficult to talk about. Many people avoid the topic of dying for this very reason....
How community looks in a Chadwell Heath residential care home

How community looks in a Chadwell Heath residential care home

As we grow older, there’s a big focus on staying physically active and looking after our health. But what about our emotional wellbeing? With smaller social circles and a potential...
Our care home in Chadwell Heath can support you to support your loved one

Our care home in Chadwell Heath can support you to support your loved one

It can be hard for some family caregivers to take a break from their caregiving duties. Even the thought of taking time off can be accompanied by feelings of guilt,...
Treatment could be changing, but what type of care is needed for dementia patients

Treatment could be changing, but what type of care is needed for dementia patients?

Dementia refers to a group of conditions that cause the impaired ability to remember, think or make decisions. These changes can interfere with or impede everyday activities. While many ageing...