Support & well-being
To complement the personalised care plans at John Wills House care home, there are a range of other facilities offering support and well-being for all residents
In later life, it’s important to take good care of your feet. This lowers the risk of having a fall as well as relieving pain and helping to keep you mobile. All residents at John Wills House have regular access to an on-site podiatrist included as part of their care and support plans.
John Wills House has its own physiotherapy and occupational therapy department. Here, our teams of experienced chartered physiotherapists and their assistants offer intensive sessions to help residents maintain their health, well-being, functional ability and independence.
Treatments and services include exercise programmes, rehabilitation, reablement, manual therapy and mobility. This service is available free to all our care home residents.
Unlike other care providers, there are no additional charges for physiotherapy and occupational therapy at St Monica Trust. Click here to learn more.
Our appearance can play a big part in who we are and how we feel. To help maintain your individuality, John Wills House has its own fully equipped hairdressing salon. Our hairdressers will happily discuss how you like having your hair – or maybe it’s time to try that new look you’ve always fancied?
Emotional and spiritual well-being
Emotional and spiritual well-being is supported by the St Monica Trust’s own chaplain and pastoral care team. Available for all, regardless of faith, belief or religion, the team arrange opportunities for regular worship and occasions to enrich and nurture spiritual well-being. When times are challenging or if you’d just like to talk, pastoral care will be there to listen, comfort and provide support for both residents and their family members. If you’d like to discuss your final wishes, the team are able to help ensure your life is celebrated in the way you’d like.