Unit Manager - Sekayi Kanyangarara
71 Westburn Road, Aberdeen AB25 2SH
Our Westburn Road service is located in the centre of Aberdeen, within walking distance of Westburn Park and Victoria Park.
Local amenities include shops, cafés, supermarkets, a post office and chemist. There are regular buses that pass to the city centre and other local areas, as well as further afield.
71 Westburn Road is a large building set in its own grounds with Archway’s Admin Office and Games Room located separately at the rear of the garden.
71 Westburn Road is divided into 2 separate services, a permanent care home for 8 adults in the “main house” which is at the front of the property and a 4-bed respite service for children and adults with learning disabilities located in a purpose built extension located at the back of the main house. Both services have separate outside entrances but can also be accessed internally via a key coded door.
Westburn Road has its own wheelchair accessible mini bus.
Our permanent care service is home to 8 adults of various ages. The service is on 3 levels with a lift accessing the first floor only.
The ground floor consists of a large open plan lounge/dining area with a kitchen at one end. The laundry room is located to the rear of the kitchen. There is also a large separate sitting room. There are two toilets located on the ground floor, one of which is wheelchair accessible.
Access to the first floor is via two flights of stairs or by the lift. On the first floor, there are five large bedrooms and a staff sleep-in room. There is also a bathroom and a separate shower room.
Access to the second floor is via a further two flights of stairs from the first floor. The second floor consists of a further three large bedrooms and a second staff sleep-in room along with a further bathroom and a shower room.
There is a driveway and small car park located at the front of the building as well as a garden and patio area. There is a further garden area at the rear of the property too.
The Games Room located at the rear of the garden is used regularly by residents to enjoy some time away from the house as well as for party nights, discos and karaoke!
Photography by Debbie Dee Photography
The respite service is situated at the back of the main house, however, it has its own entrance and separated internally by a key coded door.
The service is all on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible.
There are 4 fully furnished bedrooms all with their own sink area. One of the bedrooms has an overhead tracking hoist and an en-suite shower room. The shower room is set up that it can also be accessed by other users and be closed off from the bedroom. A shower chair is available for use in the shower room. The service also has a bathroom.
The living and dining area is open plan with access to the kitchen.
The service has a mobile snoezelen unit which can be moved around from room to room.
The rear garden and patio area are located through double doors in the living area and are also accessible from the side of the building.