12 Glebe Road, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland, BT36 6UW | Tel: 028 9084 8212
With beautiful gardens, residents can enjoy leisurely walks or games arranged by our activities co-ordinator. At Glebe Care Centre, we want residents to have the freedom to choose what to do and when – and there’s plenty to keep them occupied. We run a full programme of activities including quizzes, sing-alongs, reminiscence therapy, indoor games, art and craft, baking and, wherever possible, trips out and about.
Our philosophy is simple – we want everyone to enjoy life to the full. Our team of highly trained professionals never forgets that all residents are individuals and we treat them with dignity, privacy and respect, offering them as much freedom as possible.
Friends and family are welcome at any time to enjoy a meal with their loved one or take part in one of the many activities. Hot drinks and snacks are always available and our cook prepares three nutritious meals a day. The menu changes regularly to reflect seasonal produce. Special diets are catered for.
If you would like a tour of Glebe Care Centre or want to chat about the care we offer please get in touch on 028 9084 8212 or request a call back.
Sam Warren, Home Manager Glebe Care Centre April 2019
I started my career in care in 1999 as a care assistant in Hollywell Hospital, Antrim working across older peoples mental health units, Adult Acute Admissions and Psychiatric Intensive Care Units (PICU).
In 2002 I travelled to London to complete my Registered Mental Health Nurse training. Following completion in 2005, my first role as a qualified nurse was in a busy 15 bed Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), and later was promoted to Charge Nurse. During this time, I achieved Level 2 Prevention and Management of violence and Aggression Tutor status (PMVA) and General Services A grade Tutor status. Delivering all aspects of management of violence and aggression training, NICE guidelines, Rapid Tranquilisation, De-Escalation and Suicide Prevention Training to staff across the Trust.
In 2010, I worked as Lead Nurse in Clinical Governance within Berkshire Healthcare Trust, before being seconded in 2012 as Clinical Lead to assist in implementing the Trusts new Electronic Patient Record System. From this, I transferred onto leading an Adult Acute Admission Unit on the island of Jersey. Having moved back to England in 2013, I was responsible for commissioning services in Dorset, caring for and supporting individuals living with Dementia whom were at risk of hospital admission. Due to the success of the team they were shortlisted in the HSJ awards in 2015.
Since then, I worked as Home Manager in the Independent sector in a variety of settings such as Learning Disability, Acquired Brain Injury and Frail Elderly and Dementia Care. I have drive and ambition to deliver services to enrich people lives and support them achieve what they and others may never have thought possible.
Specialist Care Areas
- Cancer Care
- Hearing Impairment
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Speech Impairment
- Visual Impairment
- Own GP if required
- Own furniture if required
- Pets by arrangement
- Close to local shops
- Minibus or other transport
- Wheelchair access
- Gardens for residents
- Phone point in own room / mobile
- Television point in room