We are a family-owned Nursing Home positioned in Preston, Paignton, commanding beautiful sea views across Torbay.
We understand that choosing the right home for a yourself or a loved one is an important one and we will help you to come to the best decision to meet all needs and wishes.
We specialise in nursing care and end of life care and various specialist conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, peg feeds, PSP, multiple system atrophies, COPD and other respiratory limitations and various neurological conditions. We can also offer a home to those who live with a catheter or stoma, Parkinsons and related symptoms and those who have suffered strokes or are prone to TIAs. This list is not exhaustive and our Manager would be happy to talk about any care needs you or your relative may have.
Our staff at Mount Olivet Nursing Home look forward to welcoming you into the home for a tour but in the meantime, please take a look around our website to give you a better idea of what we do here.
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NAPA value the uniqueness of each older person and are dedicated to delivering expertise in activity provision through delivering best practice, training, support and raising the status of activity providers.
The CQUIN Scheme (Care Quality and Innovation) was accredited to Mount Olivet for the two consecutive years that it was run, including a special commendation for the evidence submitted. The scheme was run by Torbay Care Trust.
Mount Olivet is equipped and staffed to cater for older people requiring extensive support and assistance beyond that available in the more 'hotel' style residential homes.
A good social life is as important as medical attention and a caring environment. We encourage social interaction amongst our residents.
We have entertainments every afternoon, volunteer visitors and outings. We also ensure residents in their room benefit from interaction and engagement.