252A Seacliffe Road, Bangor, Northern Ireland, BT20 5HT | Tel: 028 9127 3867
Set in its own grounds overlooking Ballyholme Bay, the centre is just half a mile from Bangor town. It is arranged over 2 floors and has been purpose built to a high standard.
We recognise that our residents are individuals and it is important that they maintain their independence. Our skilled staff treat residents with dignity, privacy and respect, offering them as much independence as possible. We want them to continue to enjoy their favourite pastimes in their new home.
There is plenty to do and our activities therapist puts together a full programme which is adapted to suit the needs of our residents. Activities include quizzes, sing-alongs, reminiscence therapy, indoor games, art and craft, baking and, wherever possible, trips out and about.
Friends and family are also welcome at any time and hot drinks and snacks are always available. Our cook prepares three nutritious meals a day and the menu changes regularly to reflect seasonal produce. Special diets are catered for.
If you would like a tour of Kingsland Care Centre or want to chat about the care we offer please get in touch on 028 9127 3867 or request a call back.
Specialist Care Areas
- Cancer Care
- Hearing Impairment
- Huntington’s Disease
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- A patio area at the entrance of the building
- 39 decorated single rooms (some with sea views)
- 2 large single rooms (en-suite)
- 2 dining rooms
- 4 lounges with views over Ballyholme Bay
- 2 bathrooms and 4 large shower rooms
- 10 additional toilets
- A lift and gentle ramp to allow access
- All rooms are suitable for wheelchair users
- Own GP if required
- Close to local shops and public transport
- Television points in rooms
Sue Curry – Home Manager
Sue’s passion for palliative care and clinical excellence was realised when she moved to Northern Ireland and joined the voluntary sector as a Community Palliative Care Nurse Specialist 16 years ago. Sue has worked in senior management at Marie Curie Cancer Care and was the Hospice Manager at the Marie Curie Hospice in Belfast for 5 years. Sue hopes to bring a palliative care approach to ensure all residents receive holistic and best evidence-based care. Away from work Sue loves all sports and is a keen marathon runner. Live music and eating with friends and family help balance work and life.