Abbotsford Care is registered with Care Opinion, an independent web site where people can share their stories of adult social care. We welcome feedback on all the services that we offer, as we want to be sure that our services reflect the needs of the people who use them and their families. For us to do this, we need to hear from you and encourage you to tell us about your experience on Care Opinion.
We at Abbotsford have been on the go since 1987 when we opened our first home in Milton Road, Kirkcaldy. Over the years we have developed our services adding homes in Glenrothes, Kinglassie, East Wemyss, Cowdenbeath, Methil, Newburgh, Dunfermline, and are now in the process of building our newest home in Kirkcaldy which is due to open in Summer 2015.
Like all families we have grown up together over the years. At our recent service awards it was a great pleasure to congratulate over 150 staff that have provided a continuous high standard of care to our residents for 5 years or more with some of our staff having 25 years' service.
The staff are the backbone of all we provide and we believe it is this which is the strength of the community we promote. Our residents are our priority and offering a varied selection of activities and social events is important to ensuring a quality of well-being. The staff teams provide the support from in-house parties to day outings and even holidays away to caravans, lodges or hotels, near or far.
We would like to use this site to share with you the memorable activities that have taken place, our plans for the future and an insight into the ethos of Abbotsford and what we believe in.
We would be happy to meet with you to answer any more questions you may have or feel free to pay us a visit to take a closer look at our homes.
From me, I would like to say a big thank you to the staff for all they do, to the residents for all they contribute and to families and friends who have become part of our extended family.
Saturday, 30 January 2016
With a lot of discussions going on amongst clients about the recent snow fall (1-2 inches).It was decided by them and staff that we should have our...
Monday, 25 January 2016
A football Haggis and card board drawings of bag pipers and haggis were made to advertise the special day.Haggis and neaps were served for...
National Pie Day
Friday, 22 January 2016
National Pie Day
To celebrate the day a card board pie was made with two cow horns poking out.This was to further the development of discussions on people's best pie...
Friday, 1 January 2016
Staff, family, relatives and pets from Chambers Court Cowdenbeath braved the cold November weather to take part in a sponsored walk of the Forth Road...