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Meadowbank Residential Home

Our residential care services are recognised as models of best practice for people with dementia. Meadowbank Residential Home, owned and managed by Age NI, provides excellent care for older people with Dementia.

Meadowbank is a registered home for 25 older people with Dementia. The home was opened in 1998 and was built based on the principles of good design for people with Dementia. Each of the rooms has an en-suite facility. The home is built with 2 houses of 8 residents and 1 house with 9 residents. Each house has it's own social space fostering an intimate and friendly environment for it's residents. Shelley Logue (pictured above with resident Lily) is the Care Manager in charge of the running the home.

Philosophy of care

Our vision is to preserve the basic rights of older people with Dementia to retain choice, privacy, independence, dignity and fulfilment in later life. Meadowbank is a safe, domestic environment where the quality of life of each resident is paramount.

Meadowbank objectives

  1. To provide a warm, domestic environment in which older people with Dementia feel at home
  2. To encourage residents to do as much as they can for themselves
  3. To enhance their quality of life
  4. To provide support for families

Facilities & Services

The following lists some of the excellent facilities & services available at Meadowbank:

  • 25 private bedrooms
  • Television point in own room
  • Private ensuite bathroom for each bedroom
  • 3 social areas with kitchenettes
  • Secure external gardens for residents
  • Ground Floor Accommodation only
  • Wheelchair access
  • Own Furniture if required
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Minibus or other transport
  • Own GP if required

Reports

Inspections are periodically conducted by The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) each year. Reports are available to download below:

RQIA report - Meadowbank - July 2010 (PDF 165KB)
RQIA report - Meadowbank - June 2010 (PDF 301KB)
RQIA report - Meadowbank - December 2009 (PDF 200KB)

The Regulation & Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA), is the independent body responsible for monitoring and inspecting the availability and quality of health and social care services in Northern Ireland. You can contact them via their website www.rqia.org.uk or by telephone 028 9051 7500.

Current Bed Vacancies

Contact Meadowbank direct with the details below, or use our website contact form.

Age NI Meadowbank Residential Home
2 Donaghanie Road, Omagh, BT79 0NR
Tel: 028 8224 2868 / 07817 475417
Fax: 028 8224 3298

For information on other healthcare services in this area contact the Western Health and Social Care Trust:
MDEC Building, Altnagelvin Area Hospital site
Glenshane Road, Londonderry, BT47 6SB
Tel: 028 7134 5171

Short url for this page: www.ageni.org/meadowbank

Further information

For more information: Call Age NI Advice: 0808 808 7575