Tralee Rest Home is a residential home located in the picturesque seaside town of Whitsable in Kent. The home is situated in a quiet residential street close to the famous and beautiful Whitstable Castle and Gardens and Tankerton Beach. Being just a short stroll from the town centre, the is Home is conveniently close to all local amenities and transport links.
Tralee Rest Home comprises of two detached houses joined together with a recently purpose built dementia friendly extension added in 2013.
Tralee Rest Home is registered to provide residential care for 36 elderly residents.
For further details or to arrange a visit, please call us on 01227 276307or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential care is for those who cannot continue to live in their own home, even with the support of home care services. Residential care provides day to day support in a safe and comfortable environment whilst giving loved ones or carers peace of mind knowing residents are in a secure and supportive space. The care needs of individuals will be assessed and a personalised care plan will be devised to suit the ability and requirements of prospective residents whilst preserving their independence, choice and dignity.
The care plan is constantly monitored and updated in order to ensure that, as individual care needs change over time, each resident is receiving the appropriate care.
Residential Care can be for a short period (Respite Care), long term or permanent. We also offer day-care options with full access to all facilities.
This is for people living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Whether dementia is in its early stages or advanced, we can offer care suitable for you.
Tralee Rest Home
At The Laleham we strive to provide our Resident’s stay with us a continuation of family life.
Our professional team of staff will continue to focus on developing standards of excellence in home.
Maintain dignity and independence
The home encourages all Residents to maintain, wherever possible, their social and cultural links with the community.