Three different units – one place to call home.
Crannog Care Home is unique within The Mungo Foundation, in that it is effectively 3 small care home services in one. Each wing of the purpose-built residence in Drumchapel contains its own intimate care home environment, where staff deliver professional care that is geared towards that particular group of residents.
In Glashan we can support up to 10 adults with dementia; at Elrig we provide care for up to 10 adults with learning difficulties and in Kinnord we support up to 10 adults with Alcohol Related Brain Damage (ARBD).
Our support is outcome focused and person centred. That means that if you move into Crannog, you can be sure that your needs, wishes and preferences will be central to your support plan; from what you would like to eat to when you eat, to what activities you want to do, we will work together to ensure that you’re supported to live the life you choose.
Everyone has their own named key worker, who is responsible for ensuring that they are getting the support they need. Each resident has their own bedroom with en-suite shower room (or assisted bathroom for those who prefer), which can be personalised to suit them. They also have access to communal lounges, dining area sand kitchens within each unit, and a shared smoking room as well.
Being a 3 in 1 care home service offers tangible benefits for our staff. We regularly offer developmental opportunities to the whole team; this means that someone who works in dementia care but wants a new challenge can easily attend training for one of the other units, and increase their skill set. Our staff are on hand to deliver professional support 24 hours a day; we also have well established links with a network of health professionals that we can call on when necessary.
Crannog is registered with the Care Inspectorate. To read our latest Care Inspectorate Report click HERE.
How to Get Involved
If you or someone you know would like to move into Crannog, you can contact us using the contact details at the bottom of this page. Alternatively, your GP, community psychiatric nurse, or family can make a request to your local Social Work Office.
What our Families Say:
“This home is a true home to all who live here. All the staff over the years have always gone the extra mile for their residents. You are forever in our hearts.”
Angela, Linda and Frankie.
What our Families Say:
“Everyone is always friendly and helpful. You are kept up to date with what is happening and you are always offered a cuppa.”
June, Family Member