Beech Gardens is located in a quiet residential area of King's Park, close to the city centre. It is one of two care homes offering Short-term assessment facilities, operated by Stirling Council.
We aim to provide a friendly environment where people feel safe, secure and valued. We encourage those who choose to spend time with us to participate in all decisions about the support services provided, depending on their particular needs.
Short-term assessment facilities can provide 24 hour care for individuals for a maximum duration of 6-8 weeks. Our service promotes maximising independent living, can reduce the length of time spent in hospital and provides time and space to make life-changing decisions regarding your care needs.
Staying with us
Beech Gardens is a purpose built care home, containing ten bedrooms with en-suite facilities, all with showers. There is a large bright and well-furnished lounge, equipped with audio/visual equipment, a dining area and a conservatory.
Find out more
Watch our videos about how Short-term assessment at Beech Gardens has improved outcomes for people.
A referral is required to access short-term assessment facilities. Referrals can be made by a health professional or through our Social Services team
Contributing to your care
Short-term assessment facilities are free of charge for all people over the age of 65. However, if it has been assessed that you require long term care at a care home, there will be a charge for our continued care whilst suitable long term care accommodation is arranged. For further information regarding potential charges, please read contributing to your care.
Inspection reportWe are regulated by the Care Inspectorate. Please read their latest report.
For further information about Beech Gardens and the services we offer, please email us or phone us on: 01786 233778.
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