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Glendale Lodge

Glen Road, Kingsdown, Deal, CT14 8BS


  • Good

    Regulator's rating

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  • 32 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • 1987

    Date opened

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From the owner

Glen Road, Kingsdown,
Deal, Kent,
CT14 8BS

Mrs C.L. McNamara, Manager
Tel/Fax: 01304 363449
Office: 01304 382393

Message from Glendale Lodge.

Care homes have wo…

Glen Road, Kingsdown,
Deal, Kent,
CT14 8BS

Mrs C.L. McNamara, Manager
Tel/Fax: 01304 363449
Office: 01304 382393

Message from Glendale Lodge.

Care homes have worked extremely hard throughout this pandemic ‘to keep the wolf from the door’ and so far, Glendale Lodge has had no cases of Coronavirus to report.

The Manager of Glendale Lodge closed the home to all visitors on 13th March, before the government advised care homes to close. Visiting professionals were exempt from this new policy.

Glendale Lodge put in place a robust admissions policy and refused to take hospital referrals to ensure the health and safety of all our residents and staff. Robust infection control measures remain in place.
New admissions will only take place when there has been a negative coronavirus test. Glendale has a stock of these. To facilitate this process. Each new admission will be monitored for any signs or symptoms and will remain in isolation for 14 days. They will receive room service and designated care staff and visiting will be allowed safely through their individual room window.

The manager has been proactive in securing PPE in February, so Glendale residents and staff were protected right from the beginning of the outbreak.
The local community were incredibly supportive when there was a disruption in the supply of alcohol gel, thank you very much. The care staff have received very many gifts for the staff and they have greatly improved their morale, once again thank you very much.

All staff and residents have been swabbed and Glendale Lodge has signed up to the government portal to take part in the routine testing of all staff and residents when its rolled out for our care home.
Glendale Lodge already monitors staff and residents daily for any signs or symptoms of the virus and facilitates swab testing where necessary.

We believe that our strict admission policy, infection control procedures, implementation of robust risk assessments and monitoring of residents and staff have kept our home safe.

Glendale Lodge has been added to Whatsapp and facetime to ensure family contact is maintained. We have an entrance porch which we have adapted to facilitate family members visiting safely with screens and is sanitised by staff after every use. We have a large garden and use this for socially distanced visits when the weather is fine.

Carole McNamara the registered manager is aware that choosing a care home is a very important decision to make and we will allow potential residents to look around, but they must agree to wear full PPE.
We are here to help and to reassure individuals thinking of coming into a care home that it is safe to do so with all the precautions that Glendale Lodge has put in place. We are now open for business .

Care provided

  • Residential care

    Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.

  • Palliative and end of life care

    Care designed to provide quality support and comfort for people living with life-limiting conditions.

Care specialisms

This home offers specialised care for any of the following:

  • Adults over 65 years


  • 32 beds
  • 30 single bedrooms
  • 1 bed in double / twin rooms
  • 26 en-suite rooms
  • Purpose built, opened in 1987
  • Near public transport
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair access
  • Personal furniture allowed
  • TV point in rooms
  • Pets allowed (by arrangement)
  • Grounds / gardens


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Funding for care in England

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Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Good

Last inspection

11 Jan 2019

Requires improvement
Well led
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