Caring for the elderly

St Joseph’s, Wellburn House

“The Little Sisters of the Poor made an immeasurable contribution to the life of the City of Dundee over the past 150 years. I share their hope that the “Wellburn Care Home” will continue to provide much needed care to some of the most vulnerable elderly people in our community.”

118 Liff Road, Dundee. DD2 2QT

Bishop Stephen Robson
Bishop of Dunkeld

Local Authority / Social Services: Dundee City Council

Type of Service: Care Home with nursing – Voluntary / Not for Profit Owned , 36 residents

Registered Care Categories*: Old Age

Languages Spoken by Staff (other than English): French

Single Rooms: 36

Rooms with ensuite WC: 34

Facilities & Services: Respite Care • Physiotherapy • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Close to Local shops • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Lift • Wheelchair access • Gardens for residents • Residents Kitchenette • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room


St Mary's Care Home, Monifieth

St Mary’s Care Home, Monifieth

St Mary’s Care Home, Monifieth

St Mary’s is situated in the small beach town of Monifieth, just outside Dundee. It is a small friendly residential care home for the elderly, with residents accommodation all on ground floor level. The Home is located on main transport routes and the towns shops and facilities are easily accessible – only a 5 minute walk away. Set in secluded garden grounds we have a semi-rural feel and a quiet relaxing atmosphere.

St Mary’s is a registered charity owned and run by the Diocese of Dunkeld.

St Mary’s Care Home is a 26 bedded residential care home for the elderly. Fifteen of its bedrooms have en-suite shower facilities. Please call for room availability.

Residents can enjoy the use of 3 comfortable lounges, one of which has a small kitchen for their own use. Meals can be taken in the main dining room where a range of home cooking is on offer.

Regular outings, weather permitting are made to local attractions in our minibus. Various activities are held in the home such as gentle exercises and craft work. Frequent visiting performers also provide varied entertainment.

St Mary’s has an in house Chapel where all residents can attend the weekly Mass on Wednesday evening or visit anytime for their own quiet reflection.

We have a trusted team of staff who are committed to achieve the quality of care that is standard at St Mary’s. It has its own training team and programme and it also works with local Professionals who provide specific courses. All staff adhere to National Care Standards and many are qualified to SVQ 2, 3 and 4 in Health and Social Care for Adults. Ongoing training is normal at the Home.

A Day Care Centre, open between 10am and 3pm provides weekday daytime care and social activities for 8 people from the local community. Pick up and return of clients to their homes is done using the St Mary’s minibus.

As well as daily activities, monthly trips are planned with coffee and lunch stops along the way. Our clients enjoy socialising and getting out into the countryside.

Please contact us to arrange a visit to look you around the facilities at St Mary’s.

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