Situated in the scenic Tees Valley, a vast area of countryside between the border of North Yorkshire and County Durham, our spacious home is within proximity of the seaside towns of Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Each of the seventy five ensuite rooms is comfortably furnished and well equipped to create a pleasing environment for our residents on either a short or long term basis. Our team of experienced carers tailor support to each of our residents, generating a calm atmosphere for those living with dementia.
With a well-tended garden, we encourage our residents to get green fingered and many enjoy growing plants in the greenhouse or taking time out in the summerhouse when the weather is fine. Raised planting beds give additional access to wheelchair users who wish to take part in gardening activities. We offer: Nursing Care, Residential Care, Dementia Care and Respite Care
The scenic Tees Valley, and the seaside towns of Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea are the backdrop for life at Yew Tree.
Seventy five ensuite rooms, comfortably furnished and well equipped make for a pleasing environment for our residents. A well-tended garden encourages green fingers and many enjoy growing plants in the greenhouse or taking time out in the summerhouse. Raised planting beds give additional access to wheelchair users who wish to take part in gardening activities.
Our residents will be able to keep active and continue their individual interests as they would at home. Specialist Lifestyle Support workers are located within each home, planning in advance a full programme of engaging events and projects to promote social interaction while also targeting mental and physical stimulation for people living with us.
Our homes benefit from health and beauty treatments, baking, our dedicated male orientated “Men’s Sheds”, trips and many more. We try to engage with our local community as much as possible and have an open door policy for family and friends.
We recognise that mealtimes are a focal part of any day. Nutritional well-being is vital to maintaining a healthy mind and body. Our regularly reviewed menus with resident input, provide a well-balanced nutritious choice of food which also caters for people who require special diets. There is an alternative menu available just in case people would like a change. Drinks, snacks and nibbles including fruit are available through the day and the night.
We also welcome residents who like to bake, cook or help themselves when they would like. We can also cater for parties and celebrations for the people who live in our homes and their families and friends.
Starting off the New Year on 1st January is our Bingo and Cinema afternoon with lots of popcorn and ice cream.
On 4th January ‘Wag and Co’ aka Bob and his lovely dog Buster will be with us for some ‘dog therapy’. Residents are looking forward to seeing them.
We are off the pub on 6th January for a pub lunch which is another of our residents’ favourite pastime.
Its hymn singing and bible reading on 7th January at 5.15 pm with the local church.
We will be holding a Coffee Morning on 10th January at 11pm at the Bistro Café at The Dunes.
On 12th January its Christmas Present Swap Shop where any unwanted Christmas presents are brought in and swapped. We will be serving tea and coffee along with delicious cakes./p>
Yew Tree has a history of welcoming volunteers to the home to support the people who are cared for and live in the home. We are hugely grateful to all of our volunteers and we are proud to bring the community closer to the people living in the home through our volunteers.
If you are interested in being a volunteer at Yew Tree or any of our homes, please get in touch through the Contact Us form on this website.