We encourage service users to be as independent as they wish and to keep up the outside activities they may have and generally to lead a happy and contented life in a way that suits their individual needs.
We will keep the service users informed generally of any important matters or developments and welcome any suggestions from the service users, their families and staff.
We endeavour to maintain the rights of service users and all entitlements associated with citizenship.
A Service User’s room is their own personal place and personal privacy is respected at all times. The service user can expect to be treated with respect at all times.
In Brymore House, we are carrying out a national programme, the Gold Standard Framework for Care Homes (GSFCH) which has been recommended as an example of the best practice by the government and professional organisations including the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), Supportive and Palliative Care Guidance and the End of Life Care Strategy (2008). It aims to build on the good work already present in the home, to develop a very high standard of care for residents in the last years of life. Read More
Ms Scarlett O’sullivan
Oversees the running of all the business operations and takes care of service user finances
Kate Zhi Li
Ms. Kate Zhi Li has more than 16 years nursing experience both overseas and in the UK
Mrs. Sharon Feleppa
Mrs. Feleppa trained and worked at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, then as a Community Nurse