Braemount Residential and Nursing Care Home
Tucked away in the quiet residential area of Glenburn, Paisley, Braemount is a purpose-built complex comprising four separate houses and was built to offer the highest level of elderly care in a homely environment. Espadair and Linnwell houses provide nursing care and support, while Glenfield and Nethercraigs specialise in nursing dementia care.
Our residents have the choice of long or short-term care, including nursing, respite and palliative care. We also have specialist nursing care for residents who have very specific needs – such as those living with Parkinson's, for example.
From our ever-popular cinema club to enjoying some light exercise, there's always something interesting and varied to do at Braemount.
We've got our dedicated activity co-ordinator to ensure there are enjoyable activities for our residents to take part in at the home. Whether it's a reminiscence session with other residents or enjoying a spot of light exercise, every resident is consulted when they arrive at the home to find out their likes and interests.
We have frequent visits from the mobile library, the hairdresser and a selection of local entertainers, which always proves popular with our residents. We also arrange outings to the theatre or museum too. Other activities enjoyed by our residents include: Arts and crafts, local community and charity events, personal hobbies and interests and regular days out.
We always make sure that any dietary requirements our residents have are taken into consideration when our chef is planning his menus, making sure that all meals are nutritious and tasty.
Braemount is separated into four houses, and each one has its own bedrooms, lounge, dining room, conservatory and delightful garden with patio area. Although we have 120 rooms in total, the standard of features and decoration is uniformly superb across all of them.
Every room is attractively furnished, has its own ensuite bathroom facilities, TV aerial and telephone points, thermostatically controlled radiators and a 24-hour call system for a direct link to a nurse or carer 24 hours a day.