Relatives meal with residents
Special dietery requirements
Accommodation comprises of 44 bedrooms, either single or double bedrooms, some of which have en-suite facilities. There are communal areas where residents may spend time relaxing, socialising or taking part in the home’s entertainment programme. A lift provides access to the upper floor. There is ample parking within the grounds.
All service users will undergo an assessment to ensure we are able to meet their needs, our service will provide support which encourages personal growth and development, we aim to encourage and promote motivation and independence. All service users will have their own care plan which will be compiled with the service users, their family members and professional bodies. Our care plans will detail the requirements of the individual, this will include daily tasks, activities, personal requirements, risk assessments and their likes and dislikes. Each service user will have the opportunity to discuss their wishes with their General Practitioner.
Home Manager Christine Simcock is a registered Nurse with many years experience in the field and is committed to maintaining excellent standards of choice, dignity and independence for service users by employing quality, valued and loyal staff.
Visitors are always welcome. If you would like to arrange a tour of the home, please contact the manager direct, who will be pleased to assist you.
Beech House is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and can provide nursing and personal care and is registered for a total of fifty-four older people.
Links to Local Church
Visiting support services (GP, dentist, optician, etc.)
Minibus or other transport
Accept direct referrals
Accept referrals from Local authorities
Day care support
Respite and short stays (subject to availability)
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