A key role
Helen Faulkener is used to playing a key role in looking after people. Originally from Nottingham, she was part of the Navy Army Air Force...
It’s great that I can bring his dog Molly in to see him. Deep down I know he likes life at Longlands. They take photos of the various activities and I can tell from the smile on his face. That says it all.
Lucy Richardson, Grand-daughter
I knew immediately that it was the place for her. There may be other homes with plusher fixtures and fittings but what matters most is the level of care and at Longlands this is extremely high. The staff are brilliant and look after mum so well and nothing is too much trouble for them.
They take an interest in the residents and get to know them as individuals, treat them as if they are people not just a number.
Ann Dawson, Daughter
She is a new woman since going there and treats it like a hotel, which is fabulous as that’s what we wanted for her. This is all down to the amazing staff and the fantastic care they provide; we couldn’t be happier with Longlands
Sally Cowley, Daughter
I know Barry is in the right place. He is safe and happy and receiving the very best care. There’s nowhere better than Roseleigh and the best compliment I can give is that I would be more than happy to book a room there for myself!
Denise McQuade, Wife
I am very comfortable at Longlands. Everyone is so friendly, and it has a real homely feel to it.
Shirley Donachie, Resident
We have had to rely on staff heavily over this past year and they have been absolutely marvellous. Whenever I ring they are so helpful and keep me updated.
Valerie Mitchell, Daughter