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Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Dee View Court

Dee View Court is Sue Ryder’s purpose-built specialist neurological care centre in Aberdeen, which provides specialist care, rehabilitation and support for adults with neurological conditions.

The garden at Dee View Court

Contact us

01224 245 920

deeview.enquiries@sueryder.org

Our services

  • Complex disability management
  • Rehabilitation
  • Neuro-palliative care rehabilitation
  • Supported living
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Address

Caiesdykes Road
Kincorth
Aberdeen
AB12 5JY
United Kingdom

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About Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Dee View Court

In 2019, we expanded our provision at Dee View Court and now provide a total of 42 fully accessible en suite rooms with two supported living apartments on site.

The centre is equipped with a wide range of facilities to help support the delivery of expert care, including a therapy suite and hydrotherapy pool which physiotherapists use to tailor exercises to each individual.

Our Aim

The centre aims to ensure that people can receive expert care whilst remaining in their local community and maintaining their circles of support without necessarily living long-term in a care setting.  However, when people do need 24-hour care, we are in a position to deliver that in a supportive, accessible environment.

Who we are here for

We are here for people with conditions that get worse over time – such as Huntington’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease – as well as those with conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke.

Our team

Our expert care team includes Sue Ryder Nurses, registered mental health nurses, healthcare assistants, physiotherapists and occupational therapists who are specialists in supporting the physical, communicative, cognitive, behavioural and psychological needs of people with neurological conditions.  

We can help with everything from easing physical symptoms to coming to terms with feelings.

By focusing on health, wellbeing and what each person can do, not what they can’t, we support people to live their lives as fully as possible.

Frequently asked questions

We are here for people with conditions that affect the brain and nervous system.

These can be degenerative conditions which get worse over time – such as motor neurone disease (MND), Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease – as well as those with acquired conditions resulting from a brain injury (such as a road traffic accident or fall), stroke or spinal injury.

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