Isle Court, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Set in the rural village of Bicton, three miles from the historic town of Shrewsbury, Isle Court care home provides luxury living with first rate residential care.
Isle Court was extended and refurbished from a country house to provide en-suite bedrooms, many with French doors leading to individual private patios.
Décor and furnishings have all been sympathetically chosen to meet residents’ needs and retain that home from home feeling.
Residents can enjoy the landscaped gardens and surrounding countryside as well as a range of facilities including purpose built cinema areas which show a variety of films on a regular basis.
Isle Court offers palliative care, convalescent care, long and short-term respite care and day care. Specialist support is also available, from disability care to specialist dementia care for those requiring a little more support.
Specialist care we offer
If we can help or you would like to arrange a visit please call Isle Court direct on: 0345 515 0015
- 54 en-suite bedrooms
- Four luxury dining areas
- Five lounge areas
- Three cinema rooms with surround sound and loop system
- Hairdressing salon
- Broadband connection in all private rooms
- State of the art call bell system in every room
- Six acres of grounds with sensory gardens
- Countryside views
Roberto joined Morris Care in 2010 as a student nurse at Isle Court and has worked his way up the ranks through his roles as Registered nurse, Team Leader and Deputy Manager before his promotion to Home Manager in 2017.
Roberto is passionate about care and treats all residents as if they are his own family, he has a wealth of experience from clinical nursing through to academe and management and is committed to providing a resident-lead home that inspires a culture of openness, trust and excellence in holistic care.
“I envisage the future of Isle Court to continue to be a home that respects individuality, celebrates diversity, fosters best practice and encourages community involvement for both the residents and the staff.”