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St Teresa’s care home is spread over four elegant residences connected together to form a single home. Moreover, it has plenty of room for 26 residents, some of whom have dementia.
Our professional and dedicated staff at St Teresa’s care home delivers a superb level of individual attention to our residents. Above all, their priority is to make their stay with us as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Similarly, we also encourage our residents to remain active during the day. Consequently, our in-house Activities Coordinator organises daily activities that they can join. For instance, walks, dance lessons, trivia quizzes, concerts and many more!
In conclusion, we walk the extra mile so that our residents find at St Teresa’s care home all their needs covered.
St Teresa’s care home is spread over four elegant residences connected together to form a single home with 26 large en-suite rooms.
The entire facility is maintained to an excellent standard and was refurbished in 2007/8. Therefore, it combines a historic feel with up-to-date features and facilities. In addition, we carry out regular assessments to ensure everything meets the needs of our residents, the expectations of their families, and the requirements of regulatory bodies.
At St Teresa’s, we encourage every resident to bring their own belongings with them, so each room really feels like home. Residents have plenty of opportunities to socialise and gather together in the comfortable common lounge, the bright conservatory, the well furnished dining room and the sunny patio. When the weather is less favourable, an awning and garden heaters are used so that everyone that fancies can still enjoy the outdoors. For those seeking spiritual enrichment, St Teresa’s also has its own chapel.
Visits are always welcome into our care homes, so family and friends can join us at any time!
Following the latest updates on COVID-19 for care homes, these are the guidelines for visitors:
– All visitors should wear a face mask at all times during their stay.
– Essential carers and visitors who provide care for a resident should take a lateral flow test at their arrival.
*If the Care Home is in an outbreak status, the home will remain closed to nonessential visitors.
For any questions regarding the protocol to follow before and during your stay at St Teresa’s Care Home, please contact us.
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