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Ferbane Nursing Home

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Ferbane Fundraiser for MND ›

Posted Monday, November 12, 2018

Following the Tea Day fundraiser held during NHI week, Ferbane Nursing Home were delighted to present the Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association with a cheque for €677.  The event was enjoyed by residents, staff and visitors and was featured in the local newspaper....Read more »

Ferbane (Irish: Fear Ban, meaning ‘white grass’) is a small town on the North bank of the River Brosna in County Offaly between Birr and Athlone at the junction of the N62 and the R346. The name of the town is said to come from the white bog cotton which grows abundantly in the surrounding Bog of Allen.

Ferbane Nursing Home

Our Director of Nursing leads a team of experienced staff with a commitment to the wellbeing, security and peace of mind of each resident, and their families. The centre promotes happiness, health and rehabilitation, free of restraint. This makes Ferbane Nursing Home a very different type of nursing care centre. We encourage independent living. The Service has been designed to provide a safe, healthy and happy environment for everyone who lives, visits or works here. Individualism is promoted and care is tailored to a person’s specific needs. The Director of Nursing leads up a 3 month multidisciplinary review process for each resident. There is a pre-planning stage where information regarding the resident is compiled with key personnel invited to a pre-arranged meeting where the resident and or their advocate is present.

At Ferbane Nursing Home, we offer a facility which is secure and safe, with key pad access and 24hour CCTV. All our staff are recruited and employed in line with HIQA Standards and Guidelines. All visitors to the Nursing Home report to reception (during office hours) or to the Nurse in Charge. We would like to invite you to visit our unique nursing home, where our experienced staff are sensitive to your care needs.