At Dee View Court we work closely with a range of health and social care professionals to deliver incredible 24-hour care and support to people living with complex needs and neurological conditions. We strive to provide a safe environment in which people can live as full and independent a life as possible, and where staff provide quality care and support. Each resident has their own specially adapted room, and is free to participate in community-based recreational activities. The centre is situated in the residential area of Kincorth in Aberdeen, a one-minute walk from local shops and amenities.

We plan on giving more people the chance to get the most from life.

To make this happen, we want to double the number of people that live at Dee View Court already. This means creating a bigger home for the people that need us.

To reach more people, we need to raise £3.9 million to build more specially adapted rooms and houses.

Support our Capital Appeal
 

  • Dee View Court walk through

    In June 2017 we launched a 2 year fundraising appeal to raise £3.9 million to extend Dee View Court and provide a home for 20 more people. Take our virtual tour and see how the centre will look once work has been completed!   Take the tour

  • Dee View Court Capital Appeal

    Please help us expand our care centre.   Find out how you can help

  • Our staff

    Are passionate about providing incredible care  

  • Warm and welcoming

    We provide a safe and relaxing environment for our service users   Our services

  • Independent a life as possible

    We provide self contained accomodation   Our residential care

  • Our facilities

    We have our own physiotherapy gym   Our therapy services

  • Hydrotherapy pool

    Residents can enjoy therapy in our purpose built hydrotherapy pool  

  • We can help you manage your condition

    Get long-term support and information when and wherever you need it - within your home, over the phone or in the community.   Find out more

We'd love to hear from you

Sue Ryder - Dee View Court Caiesdykes Road Kincorth Aberdeen AB12 5JY
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Call us on:

01224 245 920

or email fiona.fettes@suerydercare.org with your enquiry

Our care services

At Dee View Court we strive to help our service users live their lives as fully as possible. We offer a huge range of support including long-term residential care in our 22-bed care centre and for two residents in our supported living unit. We also offer specialist rehabilitative services designed to help people improve or regain their abilities.

Meet the team

  • Fiona Fettes

    Head of Support Services

    Having been at Dee View Court since it opened in 2003 I have enjoyed lots of roles. I’ve been a Nurse, Head of Care, Centre Manager and am now Head of Support Services. I manage the housekeeping, catering and administration and maintenance teams. In my spare time I enjoy looking after my grandchildren.

  • Valerie Maxwell

    Centre Director

    It’s my passion to ensure that people at Dee View Court receive the highest standard of care. I have nursed for 26 years both in the acute and Community settings as well as the third sector before joining Sue Ryder in October 2014. We are continually looking to improve and build on the services in and from Dee View Court, working closely with health and social care in Grampian. One of my interests is walking along the beach on a sunny day with my two dogs Poppy and Molly.

  • Yvonne Still

    Cook

    Hi! I have worked as cook in Dee View Court for 12 years. My role is to plan the menus along with the residents ensuring their needs are met. I like to make sure people enjoy their food so my daily routine changes regularly to suit the needs of the residents.

  • Julie Schoullar

    Clinical Nurse Specialist, Self Management Service

    I am the lead nurse for our outreach Self Management Service. I started worked with Sue Ryder in 2010 as a Staff Nurse. After 4 years I took the position of Practice Educator and was responsible for the training of staff and volunteers. I previously worked as a manager working with children and young people with learning disabilities and complex needs. I now lead the outreach team supporting people living with neurological condition at home in Aberdeen city. I am really enjoy the social contact with service users and seeing the difference our service has made. At home I love eating out, football and reading.

  • Jacqueline Carroll

    Head of Care

    I manage a dedicated team of Senior Nurses, nurses and health care support workers. I also manage a great recreational therapy team, physiotherapy team and educational lead.  I am passionate about delivering high quality care for our residents and their families within Dee view court.  When not at work I enjoy dining out and going to the cinema.

  • Michelle Allison

    Activities Supervisor

    I am passionate about ensuring that people are encouraged to lead a fulfilled lifestyle by engaging in therapeutic activities that they value and enjoy. I am part of a team of staff and volunteers who assist and enable people to take part in and pursue recreational activities that are meaningful to each. When I have some free time I enjoy spending it with family and friends and walking or running with my dog. I love football, rock concerts and good food!

How to get referred and funding information 


Referrals

We have an open referral system for all of our services for more information please call 01224 245 920 or email community.services@sueryder.org

Funding
Your local authority or NHS may cover some or all of the costs of care. You can find information on options for care funding on the NHS Choices website

What people say about our care

I loved it from the moment I got here. Just because you’ve got MS, it doesn’t mean that life is over. You’ve got to live your life and I have still got a lot of living to do!
Heather Dee View Court

Frequently asked questions

Q. "What is a neurological condition?"

A. "Conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. This includes degenerative conditions which get worse over time, and acquired conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke."

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Case Studies Profile

Heather's story

"I try to think positively. I love the fact that I have more independence now and feel like part of the community."

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Volunteer with us

You can support us by volunteering in a healthcare role, as a fundraiser or by working in one of our shops. Below are a few recently added local volunteering roles, but you can also check all our volunteering roles.