Glencairn House Care Home

care, comfort and understanding

Glencairn House Care Home has operated for ​over 20 years from a tastefully renovated Country House in Auchterarder. 
 
The home is run by a Charitable Trust with a board of volunteer Trustees comprising local business people, professionals and retirees to provide a broad range of skills & experience. 
 
At Glencairn we aim to provide a safe homely atmosphere in which each resident's needs can be met, whilst taking into account dignity, privacy and security. 
 
We wish to offer each individual resident the opportunity to enhance their quality of life by maximising their potential physical, emotional, social and intellectual capacity through the provision of a safe, comfortable, supportive and stimulating environment. 
 
We also believe its important to communicate with family and friends, in a common goal to achieve the highest quality of life for residents in our home.
FUNDRAISING
Being a non-profit making Charitable Trust, we strive to keep Care costs to a minimum level. To achieve this we undertake regular fundraising events to:

  • help maintain the fabric of the property
  • make improvements for the benefit of our residents
  • create quiet areas, such as our garden & grounds
  • maintain an entertainment fund for the residents
 
One way of doing this is through Just Giving, where donations are boosted by Gift Aid tax refund.

All donations are gratefully received and can be done online
 https://www.justgiving.com/maillerandwhitelawtrust  
 

Care Inspectorate

The Care Inspectorate is the independent regulator for the care sector in Scotland. They carry out annual inspections against sets of standards and produce detailed reports about quality and safety. Homes are obliged by law to make these reports available to the public. 
The Quality Grade Scores for Glencairn House at Jul 2015, Sep 2016 & Feb 2018 were:
Support
5
Environment
5
Staffing
5
Management
5
The latest Care Inspectorate Reports are available to Download here:
Jul 2015 Report
Sep 2016 Report 
Feb 2018 Report