The Susan Day Home is a Registered Charity, founded in 1947 following the gift of South Lodge by the Day family to the then Ilfracombe Welfare Committee. All 33 single bedrooms are en-suite, with a television, telephone and call bell with a lift to all floors. Residents are encourage dto eat in the dining room where There is a wide choice of dishes and all diets are catered for. Residents are empowered to maintain their independence and to continue their outside interests.
A comfortable, well maintained and spacious house, in a quiet residential part of Ilfracombe. They have been been providing care for elderly residents for over 15 years and their reputation has been built on delivering sensitive and sympathetic care in a homely and relaxed setting. The philosophy is to assist and encourage residents to enjoy life the way they want to in a comfortable setting.
Registered for all care categories, they constantly invest in and review facilities to ensure they offer the best environment for residents. A friendly and highly experienced team aim to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. They offer excellent accommodation, lovely home-cooked food and all the help needed to make life pleasant and comfortable. Edenmore recognises that each individual is unique. The approach of the team is person-centred and they uphold high standards in privacy, dignity, independence and choice.
They offer ‘one off’ or ‘on-going’ help and support including: housework,
preparing meals, gardening, shopping, transport, providing company, taking a walk, walking your dog and many more. This is a ‘paid for’ service. Free personal home visits are available to talk about anything that you need and you are under no obligation to use the service. Many people are entitled to assistance with the cost of their care and they can advise you on the best options.
Owned by the Crowe family since 1985 and currently run by son, Andrew. The Home was built in 1909 and was previously the Ilfracombe Maternity Hospital. There are 22 en-suite rooms, all of which have safety call alarms. Residents are encouraged to bring as many personal items as their room will hold. They offer permanent and respite care, offering first class care by trained staff to elderly residents who can no longer care for themselves.