Sunnyside House was completed in October 2005 with a large investment by the Presbyterian Board of Social Witness. Conveniently situated on the outskirts of Bangor close to shops, churches and transport links, the building comprises 45 single bedrooms, all with ensuite facilities.
Watch the film above to follow the story of Sunnyside House.
A wide-ranging optional programme of activities is organised daily for the residents including entertainment, outings and reminiscence therapy. All staff members are given in-service training and are competent in assessing and meeting the needs of individuals. The Home is registered with RQIA who undertake bi-annual inspections. Reports can be viewed on their website www.rqia.org.uk.
The Home seeks to provide care in a specifically Christian ethos and environment. Residents have the choice of attending regular worship services and fellowship times held within the Home and a conscious effort is made to ensure residents are offered spiritual support and encouragement when requested.
Sunnyside House welcomes residents from all denominations.
Services and amenities offered by Sunnyside House include:
- respite care (limited basis)
- special diets catered for
- laundry service
- 24 hour staffing
- easy access to transport, shops etc
- daily devotions
- varied menu and home cooking
- stimulating activities
- open visiting
- entertainment and outings
The United Appeal assists with the funding of the Council for Social Witness, enabling the Council to support the work and Christian witness offered at this residential home.
Home manager: Anna McCaffrey
25 Riverwood Vale
Tel: +44 (0)28 9127 0615
Fax: +44 (0)28 9147 9274