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Trenant House Care Home

A privately owned live-in care home without nursing for those suffering mental health issues, old age and physical disability through person centred care plans.

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Address:Trenant Home
Queens Road
Telephone number: 01752 663879
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  • 20 single rooms
  • 4 with ensuite
  • Wheelchair access

Our philosophy is to provide a homely, welcoming and relaxing 'Home from Home' for all of our Residents. We aim to offer people with dementia and mental health issues the opportunity to enhance their life by providing a safe manageable and comfortable environment. We give support and stimulation to help them maximise their potential physical, intellectual, emotional and social capacity. Residents are encouraged to be involved in all decisions affecting the running of the home, not least those decisions that are based their individual personal needs.

Trenant House is a Victorian building that was converted from a hotel, to a Residential Home in the 1980's.

Trenant House is conveniently located at the junction with Queens Road and Lipson Road. Access to the City Centre, The Barbican and the Hoe are minutes away by car or public transport.

Specialist support and care

  • Alzheimer's
  • Parkinson's
  • Schizophrenia
  • Stroke 

Trenant House ave undertaken the St Luke's Six Steps programme and is an accredited end of life care provider.

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  • Wheelchair access
  • Excellent support services from local General Practitioners and District Nurses
  • Own GP if required
  • Own Furniture if required
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Minibus or other transport
  • Lift and stairlifts
  • Gardens for residents
  • Bar/Cafe on premises
  • Resident's Kitchenette
Price: Please contact us for information about our costs
Based: Plymouth
Number of beds: 24 beds
Type of care:
  • Residential
  • Respite
Services available to ages:
  • 65 and over
  • Dementia
  • Mental health disabilities
  • Alzheimer
  • Stroke
  • Parkinsons

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