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Chelmunds Court

2 Pomeroy Way, Birmingham, B37 7WB


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Types of care provided

  • Residential care

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

  • Nursing care

    Medical care from a qualified nurse, and treatment for residents with illness or injuries.

  • Dementia care

    Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.

Services and specialisms

  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia

Care home features

  • 73 beds
  • 73 en-suite rooms
  • Purpose built, opened in 2017

Prices

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Funding for care in England

If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

To qualify, you must first arrange a care needs assessment.

Read more about how to fund care

Customer reviews

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3.0 (4 reviews)

  • Libby Service

    a year ago

    I currently visit Chelmunds on a monthly basis. Wendy and Danny (Activities) and team very welcoming from the moment I arrived on my first visit. Flexible approach. Staff passionate about knowing they…

    I currently visit Chelmunds on a monthly basis. Wendy and Danny (Activities) and team very welcoming from the moment I arrived on my first visit. Flexible approach. Staff passionate about knowing they're getting things right. Residents with Dementia treated with dignity, individuality and respect. Residents with profound special needs are included in activities. Residents' life stories are kept in mind in the way team interact with people. Staff engage in activity programme, assisting with groups, eg entertainments and music. Lovely, caring atmosphere. Ingenious, cornerless round building gives a cosy feeling to the home on the inside. Lots of places to give individual private time to Residents and visitors.

  • Hughie Cronin

    a year ago

    Hi my name is Hugh me and my colleagues play at Chelmunds court once a month. May I say the residents there are absolutely brilliant. And the staff there are so professional and brilliant with us. Wou…

    Hi my name is Hugh me and my colleagues play at Chelmunds court once a month.
    May I say the residents there are absolutely brilliant.
    And the staff there are so professional and brilliant with us.
    Would like to thank Wendy cres and Lisa waldron for the opportunity off playing at Chelmunds court.

  • The Merry Christmas singer

    2 years ago

    Some residents don't get showered for 4 weeks. Groups of residents are left un monitored and clearly hate the place

  • Steph Monaghan

    2 years ago

    Lovely on the outside but terrible on the inside and managed poorly. Staff ending up in tears after shifts as cannot manage the work load as unrealistic. Residents basic care needs not being met I.e …

    Lovely on the outside but terrible on the inside and managed poorly.
    Staff ending up in tears after shifts as cannot manage the work load as unrealistic.
    Residents basic care needs not being met I.e not being showered fed properly and relatives of residents actually witnessing poor standard of care...
    In my opinion this establishment should be closed down.

Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Requires improvement

Last inspection

23 Jan 2020

Safe
Requires improvement
Effective
Requires improvement
Caring
Requires improvement
Responsive
Requires improvement
Well led
Requires improvement
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