Balhousie Dalguise Centre, Perthshire


,Balhousie Dalguise Centre



,PH2 6AT

Welcome to Balhousie Dalguise Centre, Perthshire

Our Balhousie Dalguise Centre is a modern, purpose built facility which provides our residents with a spacious, airy and comfortable environment in which they feel safe, secure and most importantly, at home. We are fast becoming recognised as a preferred facility in Scotland for men and women with learning disabilities, associated mental health issues, behaviours perceived as challenging and/or personality disorders, and previously failed community placements. To arrange a visit or to find out more about the care we provide, please call 01821 650591.

Heather Smith

Home Manager


  • 12 en-suite private, light and modern bedrooms (5 in each wing of The Dalguise Centre)
  • Skilled and dedicated nurse-led care (fully trained staff team)
  • Personalised care to represent the needs and wants of each individual client
  • 2 modern, spacious and bright resident lounges which have kitchenette facilities
  • The 'Snoozelen Lounge', where residents can relax and unwind
  • All bedrooms are fitted with appliances carefully chosen to ensure zero self-harm
  • Calming and peaceful views over our beautifully landscaped gardens

Passionate About Care

The Care Inspectorate is an independent body which provides information about care services in Scotland. At Balhousie Care Group, we believe in transparency, that's why we share our care gradings with you.


View Latest Inspectorate Report

  • Care & Support 4
  • Environment 4
  • Staffing 4
  • Management 4

Manager's Perspective

Caring for people is our passion. Managing that care within an ever-changing world is our business. Our managers aim is to provide their residents with the highest standards of care at all times. To achieve this, we have a strong commitment to keep abreast of care industry developments and to pursue excellence. Your care is our passion.


  • ‘The Behavioural Support and Intervention team have a number of open referrals at the ASC service, as a result we have regular clinical meetings to discuss progress and to provide advice and support to ASC. We find these a useful forum to share information and positive practice. The recommendations that we make are discussed and then implemented to improve the well-being of clients and to reduce levels of challenging or distressed behaviour. We find that staff are well prepared for these meetings, and have accurate and up to date knowledge of presenting problems. We find these are successful in establishing effective communication and will continue to schedule these on a regular basis to maintain the collaborative working between the team and the ASC services.’

    Dr Rowan Reffold
    Consultant Clinical Psychologist
    Lead Clinician Learning Disability Section
    NHS Tayside Psychological Therapies Service

    6th December 2016

A word from the Manager: 


The environment my team creates for our residents is vibrant, enthusiastic, curious, engaging and forming. We have moved forward significantly in recent months and are dedicated to working hard to continue the progress already made.

Here at the home, we actively encourage our residents to take part in various day trips, activities or events organised by us and we feel these have unparalleled benefits on their health, happiness and well-being.

Working with the Community 

Community engagement is a huge, daily focus for us. We have service users out shopping on a daily basis, have had recent trips to the ‘Motor Museum’, ‘Safari Park’, ‘Sea Life Centre’, various ‘Football Grounds’ and in the next month will be going to Ben Nevis on a ‘Walking Trip’.

The aspects I personally feel sets us apart from other homes are our high quality of staff, their motivation and the desire to set new challenges for the benefit of our residents and service users.

What Sets us Apart?


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