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Cross Lane House

Cross Lane Cottage, Cross Lane, Ticehurst, Wadhurst, TN5 7HQ


Summary

  • Good

    Regulator's rating

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  • Vacancies

    Current availability

  • 18 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • 1988

    Date opened

Owner's description

Cross Lane House Residential Care Home
Cross Lane House is a beautiful old country mansion, set in two acres of mature landscaped gardens in the heart of Rural Sussex in a beautiful and quiet residential area of the village of Ticehurst, East Sussex…

Cross Lane House Residential Care Home
Cross Lane House is a beautiful old country mansion, set in two acres of mature landscaped gardens in the heart of Rural Sussex in a beautiful and quiet residential area of the village of Ticehurst, East Sussex, and yet within walking distance of local shops, bank and pubs. We are easily accessible from the A21..

The home is within walking distance of the shops of Ticehurst village and is ideally situated for the bus or coach trips to Tunbridge Wells or the south coast. All staff employed at the home receive enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service and Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults checks prior to employment.

All staff receive mandatory training plus additional training from external sources according to the needs of our clients and CQC regulations. To provide a safe environment, we have a health and safety policy that must be adhered to. Hazards or dangers must be reportedto the person in charge of the home at the time they are noted, for relevant action to be taken and documented.

The home values suggestions and feedback, including complaints, from residents, visitors and staff. Periodically we send questionnaires that assist us to evaluate and review what we do, and how we do things with the aim of improving the service we provide.

The principle objective of the home is to create a caring homely atmosphere where our clients can maintain as much independence as possible with dignity and respect while living a full active life.

Cross Lane House Carehome provides accommodation, meals, and personal care, with experienced care assistants in constant attendance day and night. Whilst independence and dignity is always respected, a real sense of community has also developed in our home, we have an extended family environment which the residents and their families become part of. Our services are designed around the individual to offer care and support which is personalised for the person we are working with. Whilst we appreciate individual needs and circumstances may vary considerably – we are confident our wide range of support services will provide an opportunity for improvement in the quality and way of life for our residents.

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Types of care provided

  • Residential care

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

  • Dementia care

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

Services and specialisms

  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs

Care home features

  • 18 beds
  • 11 en-suite rooms
  • Opened in 1988

Manager's quote

Recognising the challenges of ageing, we are dedicated to encouraging a fulfilling lifestyle with independence.

Tracey Janice Heffer

Care home manager

Prices

Sorry, we don't have prices for this care home - please contact the care home for more details.

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

Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Good

Last inspection

23 Jul 2019

Safe
Good
Effective
Good
Caring
Good
Responsive
Good
Well led
Good
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