these in advance of admission (within our locality) so that a new
resident feels at home as soon as they arrive. Residents can move rooms within the home
if a preferred room becomes available.
Visitors are welcome at any time and they
can dine with residents if they wish
and there is no charge for this.
We provide for each resident’s nutritional needs
because we know that good nutrition is vital
for maintaining health and wellbeing. Residents
can have their meals in their rooms if they wish or they can come to the dining
room. We offer choices at every meal, lunch being the main meal of the d. Residents can have a snack or
drink at any time of the day or night.
P & D (daughters) 12.7.21: "Mother had the good fortune to live her final 18 months surrounded by all of you amazing people. The compassion and care you showed her were amazing. We can't thank you enough and will never forget the 1st class care you provided for her during these difficult times"
DJ (daughter) 2.8.21: "I viewed a number of homes before deciding on Stainsbridge House. The deciding factor was that I was able to observe the interaction with staff and the people who live there; They were not residents - they were residing in their own home. Staff were observed to be treating everyone as individuals.
As a family we were given the opportunity to personalize Mum’s room to make it feel more like her home from home. Assistance was provided by the Handy Person in helping to put up mirrors, pictures & shelves. The pandemic happened in March 2020 and staff helped to facilitate telephone calls, video calls and suggested we send in laminated photos of our family so the staff members could talk to her about us. We were impressed with the clear communication provided by the staff and their ability to support Mum when we were unable to be with her.
The care Mum received was of the highest level. She was treated with dignity and respect at all times. Staff ensured all the support services were engaged from SALT, GP, COMMUNTY NURSES and many more. Staff retention is good and I feel this is essential when supporting people with Dementia. I have been impressed with all staff members who have the quality of "nothing is too much trouble" This is all of the staff team at Stainsbridge House.
Read more independent testimonials at www.carehome.co.uk
Saturday 3.4.21: Fabulous cakes for Easter!!
We hope to welcome 'Wings and Talons' to Stainsbridge House again this year. Their beautiful birds are a treat to see and hold.
Trips out are curtailed at present due to the pandemic but our activities team is working doubly hard to arrange daily entertainment
and activities in the home. The activities team also
help with visits and appointments
and any other contact with family and friends.
A sample of what's on each week (as we get back to normal after the pandemic restrictions):
Monday, 2.30pm - Bert Lush sings
Wednesday, 2.30pm - Skittles Tournament
Thursday, 10.30am - Keep Fit Session
Friday, 2:30pm - Concert at the Abby
Sunday - Ice Cream and Word Games
Short Stays (Respite Care) and Day Care
We also offer respite
care (short breaks) and day care. Our day care is flexible to suit your needs.
Our river view; The Tetbury Branch of the Avon
Our fees cover all
the normal day-to-day needs of our residents
including care and attention, food, laundry,
entertainment, activities, and local excursions
etc. Some residents are self-funding while others receive support from their local authority. Our financial controller, Salima Damani, is happy to offer informal advice to prospective residents in connection with any funding issues - please feel free to call her on 01275 374669.
Single room with en-suite WC and vanity basin
(and shower): £760-885 per week.
You can link to CQC at www.cqc.org.uk and to our report here:Report. Rating (21.6.19) Requires Improvement: Effective:Good. Caring:Good. Responsive:Good. Safe; Requires Improvement. Well Led; Requires Improvement