With 150 years of experience providing world renowned support for people with sight problems, our homes have been designed to make life easy, in a warm, homely environment.
Located in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, we aim to promote independence and a community feel while respecting your individual needs, all in a beautiful and peaceful setting.
About the home
Our aim is to make your transition in to our home, as smooth as possible. All of our residents benefit from a tailored support plan, so you can be sure you will get the right level of care for your needs. Whether you choose to stay with us for respite, short-term care, or plan to stay with us for longer, your needs will be fully assessed and a care plan agreed. For your leisure time, our social programmes are developed in conjunction with residents, so you can continue to do the things you enjoy. When it comes to meal times, our chefs are able to adapt our delicious menus to fit in with any individual requirements you may have.
We have created a brochure for you to download, which provides further information about the home.
If you would prefer to receive a printed copy in the post, or if you would like to chat to someone about the home, call us on 01423 886 927.
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are a founder member of The National Skills Academy for Social Care.
Registered care home manager: Sean Atkinson-Maury
RNIB Tate House,
28 Wetherby Road,
Telephone: 01423 88 69 27
Volunteering at Tate House
Volunteering for RNIB is a rewarding experience, and can make an enormous difference to the lives of people with sight loss. If you have some spare time and want to make a difference to the residents of Tate House, you can find our volunteering opportunities on our volunteering webpage. If there isn’t the right role for you at the moment, but you would still like to lend a hand, please call our Registered Manager, Sean Atkinson-Maury on 01423 886 927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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