Living at Malin Court Care Home
Accommodation at Malin Court comes unfurnished, allowing the resident to completely individualise their flat to their own taste and belongings. The flat has a large sitting room and bedroom area, kitchen and bathroom. Each flat has magnificent open aspect views of the Firth of Clyde with the Isle of Arran beyond or views of Turnberry’s famous Open Golf Course.
Malin Court is a retirement care home with 28 separate flats and 4 en-suite nursing home rooms, all linked under one roof to the lounges, restaurant and courtyard garden of Malin Court Hotel.
Family and friends are able to join residents at Malin Court Care Home in the Hotel at anytime at discounted rates and can enjoy all the facilities in and around the Hotel. Everything from golf at the Turnberry Hotel famous Open Golf Course to walking and fishing and of course being a hotel in Ayrshire, visit the home of Rabbie Burns, Burns Cottage and the new Robert Burns National Museum currently under construction by the National Trust for Scotland and due to open in 2010.
Initially, unless on Full Care, residents are only expected to have lunch in the Restaurant every day - needless to say if this isn’t taken up it can be substituted for an evening meal. For other meals, these can either be served in the Restaurant or in their own flat.
Some residents in our care home prefer Full Care which includes all services and culminates in nursing care as required.
As care homes in Ayrshire stand, Malin Court offers a unique individuality, not only just as a care home and nursing home but also as a hotel in Ayrshire, perfect for those that are looking for a retirement care home with a difference.
There are two rates; Standard Care and Full Care which are reviewed annually by the committee to ensure each resident is catered for according to their needs.
Maintenance, heating, lighting, decoration, television licence etc are all included in the cost and of course as a resident, you are exempt from Council Tax.
Should a resident find that they may have difficulty in continuing to afford the fees, then application can be made to the Social Work Department to assist with funding.
Free Personal Care
Before making arrangements to move to Malin Court, potential residents should apply to their local Social Work Department to be assessed for Free Personal Care as this is paid for by the Social Work Department at your previous addressand should be in place before moving.
We understand how difficult it can be to make the decision to move into residential care and that it can take some time to settle in.
Malin Court is unique, in that it enables a new resident to condense their previous home into a flat and therefore they are able to take more furniture, pictures and personal belongings with them than if they were moving only into one room. In fact we always suggest that you bring too much furniture with you and then decide what to keep when you have been in for a few days. All the staff are very welcoming and will do everything in their power to make you feel a home.
A key staff member will prepare a care plan with you and will always be there to support you and to inform others of your needs. They will introduce you to other residents and let you know of all services and activities that are available. At Malin Court Residential Care home you can be assured that your religious and social beliefs will be respected and ministers and priests are welcome at any time.
If you are not certain that you have made the right move, every help will be given to guide you and your relatives to come to the right decision, perhaps including a Care Break to give you a short stay with us before making a final decision. Needless to say should at any time you wish to leave we fully understand and will help in any way we can. We hope you will be happy at Malin Court residential care home and would ask that you inform us of anything that you feel needs discussed or is worrying you.
Depending on the type of pet, we are happy for them to stay at Malin Court too.
No matter how good we think we are, we know that we must always be aware of the need to improve and training for all staff is ongoing all the time.
To move to a care home is a very big decision to make and can be very traumatic. Obviously, it can be perceived as a last move, and although done for the right reasons it can still be very frightening. It is our job to make this move as easy as possible. Our commitment is to care and to provide the best services that Malin Court Care Home can give its family of residents.
Malin Court nursing home is more than just a home of the elderly. It is a small community which is very much involved in the larger outside community of Maidens. We have regular monthly Church services to which many of the villagers come, and we often entertained by the children from Maidens Primary School and other local groups.
There is a hairdressing salon with is open to the public and the residents. We also have access to opticians, dentists and chiropodists.
Outings, such as concerts and fashion shows and the weddings and functions here at Malin Court add a special spectacle for residents to enjoy. A resident coffee morning is held every Monday to Friday and seasonal activities are also regularly organised.
Residential Care Prices 2016/2017
|Standard Care||1 person||£3889.00 per month|
|Standard Care||2 people||£5085.00 per month|
|Full Care||1 person||£4638.00 per month|
|Full Care||2 people||£5844.00 per month|
|Care Break||1 person||£140.00 per day|
|Care Break||2 people||£250.00 per day|