Located on the outskirts of Glasgow, Riddrie House was opened in 1996. With accommodation over two floors, there are individual en-suite bedrooms.
Communal areas include:
- Dining room
- Rehabilitation facilities on the second floor
All areas of the home are accessible via stairways and a lift. The ethos of the service is ‘Rehabilitation & Move-on’ and there are essentially three rehabilitation streams within the home, ‘Focused’, Intermediate’ and Slower Stream’ Rehab.
The more independent residents have use of the seven bedded ‘focused’ Rehabilitation Unit. This is partitioned from the rest of the house and accessible by key code with its own lounge area, kitchen and utility room. Residents are able to prepare their own meals, carry out laundry etc independently to the rest of the house but with some support from staff, as required.
For the ‘Intermediate’ group there is also a rehabilitation kitchen so that residents can improve on daily living activities before progressing through the ‘care pathway’ to the next stage.
There are also extensive gardens for residents use. On-site parking is also available and we welcome visitors to Riddrie House.