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Bayview House

Photograph of Bayview HouseBayview House is a purpose-built Resource Centre for Older People, which opened in November 1995.

It houses Residential Accommodation for twenty-two people; Respite Care for two people; two Day Centres, one run by the Local Authority accommodating up to forty people, and the other run by Alzheimers Scotland catering for up to ten people with Dementia.

A Meals-on-Wheels Service is provided twice weekly from Bayview House, which also helps with the setting up and meals provision for and to five lunch clubs in the town and neighbouring villages. Bayview House also acts as a Call Centre for the Community Alarm Help-Call System, used by Older and Disabled People in the Community at risk from falling. Home Care Services are also run from Bayview House.

Telephone
01847 892152

Postal Address
Bayview House
Olrig Street
Thurso
Caithness
KW14 7JZ



News for Bayview House

High School pupils furnish garden comfort for Bayview Care HomeThumbnail for article : High School pupils furnish garden comfort for Bayview Care Home
Residents Bayview care home in Thurso will be able to enjoy the rest of the summer in style thanks to garden furniture won for them by pupils from the local high school.   The Thurso High School pupils successfully competed for £3,000 funding from the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) for the NHS Highland-run Bayview House care home earlier this year.  
Residents Welcomed Back To BayviewThumbnail for article : Residents Welcomed Back To Bayview
Residents at Bayview House, Thurso, were welcomed back to the residential home this week following a £380,000 refurbishment to meet new standards.  Councillor David Flear, Convener of The Highland Council's Caithness Area Committee, and Councillor Bill Fernie, Chairman of the Caithness Area Social Work Committee, greeted the first residents to return to the home following an eight-month absence.  
Bayview House Newsletter 2003
In 2001, one of our Day Care staff, Mairi Coghill, successfully produced a Magazine called the “Bayview Buzz”.   This contained lots of interesting articles about Local Folklore.  

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