Iain Ballantyne is Care Home Manager at Campsie View Care Home.
You’ll find Campsie View Care Home is situated in ‘The Canal Capital of Scotland’, Kirkintilloch. We are close to public transport, making us easily accessible for visitors to pop-in for a chat.
Our Care team offers nursing care for people with complex medical needs, as well as nursing dementia care provided by specialist teams trained in the complexities of looking after those living with dementia, who may also have other long-term medical conditions. We also provide respite care to give family or friends a well-earned break.
Our home is only a short drive from Glasgow city centre, which makes for great days out for visitors. We are also a short walk away from the local park - a lovely day out for residents and their loved ones.
We are presently undergoing a refurbishment programme which will enhance the environment for the residents, this includes a sensory room.
Click below to view our service information and care inspectorate reports.
We Can Provide
Companionship, Personal care, Palliative, End Of Life.
Each of our 90 rooms comes with a television point. Single, shared and en-suite rooms are all available. We encourage all residents to make their bedrooms feel even cosier with personal touches such as cherished pictures, mementos and small items of furniture.
About Our Rooms
Number Of Rooms
Type Of Room
Single Room, Shared Room.
Freeview TV, Telephone Point.
Meet Our Carers
Our team is made up of qualified naturally caring people who continue to build their skills with on-going training.
As well as providing excellent professional care, our entire team is dedicated to fostering a sense of home and of belonging. That means taking plenty of time to understand individual residents, their likes and dislikes, and exploring all the ways we can make them happy and comfortable. It’s all about giving our residents and their loved ones the confidence that we’re providing the very best of care, and delivering special resident experiences every day.
We Accept Local Authority Funding
We Accept NHS Continuing Healthcare
The Importance Of Meal Times
There’s nothing quite like traditional home cooking to give everyone a lift.
We always ask residents and their families about their food preferences and dietary requirements. Our chef and catering team then work with dietitians to create meals that are nutritious and tasty, using fresh seasonal ingredients.
To add more variety, we also make a point of celebrating with special meals and events throughout the year. Residents can be served in our pleasant restaurant-style dining rooms or, if they prefer, they can take their meals in the privacy of their own rooms.
Another way we can help our residents to feel at home is for them to do familiar things. So our dedicated Activities Leaders gently encourage residents to carry on doing things they enjoy. If someone had a hobby or pastime they did before they arrived, we’ll encourage them to continue it with us. Or perhaps they may like to learn something new.
The important thing is that we treat every resident as an individual. If they enjoy sharing time with others, either in our home or on an organised trip out, they’re most welcome. Or, if they prefer quiet time alone, we’ll respect that too.