St. Vigeans is a large Victorian House with recent purpose built extension, located in the east coast fishing town of Arbroath
St. Vigeans is a large Victorian House with modern extension, located in the east coast fishing town of Arbroath. It is situated on an elevated site with sloping, mature gardens and overlooks the North Sea. Nearby are sea front leisure grounds, the harbour and the town centre.
St. Vigeans specialises in residential care for adults with learning disabilities, and our clients are offered the opportunity to develop their independence and potential in all aspects of their life, fully supported by suitably qualified staff.
We offer the highest standards of care and support in comfortable and spacious surroundings.
Clients are encouraged to bring along their own personal possessions to make their rooms as individualised and homely as possible.
The home has three spacious lounges all of which are comfortably furnished and have lovely sea views.
The extension has its own lounge/dining facility with access to an enclosed area which includes a sensory garden. Our enclosed walkway links the extension with the original part of the house and provides access to a secluded courtyard area.
Hairdressing, chiropody, dental and optician services can be arranged in the privacy of the home or externally.
A programme of activities is available during the day, in which clients are encouraged to participate. Programmes are agreed in accordance with the individual needs and wishes of clients.
Features of St Vigeans Care Home
Manager – Linda Cuthill
St Vigeans Care Home
Arbroath, DD11 1QG
t. 01241 873335
Care Inspectorate Report
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What the scores mean:
6 = Excellent
5 = Very Good
4 = Good
3 = Adequate
2 = Weak
1 = Unsatisfactory
Meet the Team
Senior Support Worker – Claire Box
“I have worked at St Vigeans for 27 years, I enjoy looking after the residents and the relationship I have with them.”
Senior Support Worker – Jill Lyall
“I have worked at St Vigeans since 2007, I love my job and it is very rewarding to see residents progress, be happy and live their lives to the full the way they choose to, this makes every day worthwhile..”
Support Worker – Mellisa Wallace
“When I come to work each day and see the residents happy and smiling it reminds me of the wonderful job the staff do caring for everyone, would not choose to work anywhere else.”