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Salisbury Road, Winkton, Christchurch, BH23 7AR
From the owner
Homefield Grange in Christchurch offers residential, nursing & dementia care. We're open for admissions, managing visits & routinely testing everyone. Homefield Grange is modern, purpose built home in desirable Christchurch. There's a range of facili…
Homefield Grange in Christchurch offers residential, nursing & dementia care. We're open for admissions, managing visits & routinely testing everyone. Homefield Grange is modern, purpose built home in desirable Christchurch. There's a range of facilities, numerous activities and plenty of space and beautiful surroundings to sit back and relax or entertain friends and family. Enjoy first-class facilities with many relaxing lounges, cinema, hair salon and bistro.
Everyone enjoys a change of scene now and again, so residents love to browse in the local shops and have lunch in the cafes and cosy pubs as well as regular outings to award-winning beaches, coastal nature reserves, heritage attractions and the charming Quay in Christchurch. New residents benefit from a personalised wellbeing plan during their initial 14 days. If you're a little unsure of what type of care will be needed, we're happy to help with the details.
From the manager
“I have been Home Manager here at Homefield Grange for three years and I enjoy the challenges care home life can present and take my responsibilities very seriously, striving to maintain a safe and happy environment, promote great care and make a positive difference to all of our residents’ lives. There is an enthusiastic and compassionate team working here with me delivering the highest standards of residential, dementia, nursing and palliative care. As Home Manager I want to support my team and ensure their professional development as well as my own, something Caring Homes provides a lot of support for. Homefield Grange currently has a Good overall rating from the CQC, something we are proud of and aim to build upon. I started working in the care sector aged 18 as a carer in a care home, a job which I loved and wanted to progress from so I went to university to do my nurse training. This was followed by nursing jobs in a variety of settings including hospital wards, the intensive care unit and as a prison nurse, so I brought a wide range of experience to Homefield Grange with me. I realised that it was care home work which I wanted to do in the long-term as you can get to know your residents and their families really well, in a way that doesn’t happen as a hospital nurse. I am proud to have become a Home Manager, it is hard work but is a job which I have wanted ever since I first started as a carer. I believe in maintaining strong relationships between residents and their relatives and understand the important contribution that these relationships, in conjunction with the relationships that are made with myself and my team, make to the successful running of a care home. I love to see families getting involved in the regular events which we run here and enjoy building good relationships with the community. Our regular visitors, who our residents love to spend time with, include the local primary school, the Girls Brigade and the Scouts. Away from Homefield Grange I am Step-Mum to Finley and Mum to two young daughters, who are also regular visitors to the home. We enjoy our family time and are really fortunate to live in a beautiful part of the country so can regularly explore the New Forest as well as spend time at the beach. I look forward to welcoming you to Homefield Grange soon.”
— Hannah Guyan
Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.
Medical care from a qualified nurse, and treatment for residents with illness or injuries.
Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.
Palliative and end of life care
Care designed to provide quality support and comfort for people living with life-limiting conditions.
This home offers specialised care for any of the following:
- Adults over 65 years
- Hearing impairment
- Visual impairment
- Speech impairment
- Brain injuries
- Alzheimer's disease
- Parkinson's disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Convalescent care
- 64 beds
- All single bedrooms
- 64 en-suite rooms
- Purpose built, opened in 2014
- Near public transport
- Wheelchair access
- Personal furniture allowed
- TV point in rooms
- Bar / café
- Grounds / gardens
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