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St John's Nursing Dementia Home

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St John''s Nursing Dementia Home

Accommodation

  • Nursing Only
  • Short Stay
  • Long Stay
  • Day Care
  • Respite
  • Dementia Care

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Shaw Healthcare

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St John's Nursing Dementia Home
St Peters Walk
Droitwich
Worcestershire
WR9 8EU

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Key Features

  • Seperate Dementia Unit
  • Purpose Built Home
  • Ground Floor Accommodation Only
  • Lift and/or Stairlift
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Specialist Lifting/Bathing Equipment
  • Nurse Call System
  • Retain Own GP
  • En-Suite Facilities
  • Residents Can Bring Their Own Furniture
  • TV Point In Room
  • Telephone Point In Room
  • Caters For Special Diets
  • Near Public Transport
  • Near Shops
  • Activities and Excursions

Resident or Visiting Professionals

  • Alternative Therapists
  • Dietician
  • Doctor
  • Specialist Nurses
  • Dentist
  • Optician
  • Chiropodist
  • Hairdresser

St.John's nursing home is situated in a residential conservation area within easy walking distance of Droitwich town centre, its local amenities and public services. Part listed building, the home has been extended refurbished to a very high standard in order to provide comfortable and homely accommodation for older people with dementia. St.John's aims to offer the highest possible standard of care and support to older people in spacious, modern yet homely and safe surroundings. Our philosophy is to see beyond the illness recognising the wider needs of the individual and we consider it important that the resident and their family actively contribute towards the planning of care. The overall aim of our nursing service is to meet the individual needs of each resident, by using a person centred approach to care delivery, every resident has a named carer offering high levels of support on an individual basis. Activities are an important part of life at St Johns, our activity therapist and care staff organise a wide range of things to do both inside and outside of the home.

Moving into residential or nursing care can be a difficult decision but is often necessary for older people who can no longer manage on their own or with the help of relatives, friends or other carers. But in Shaw care homes our friendly professional staff are trained to make the transition hassle free and ensure that independence and the key components of daily living are maintained as much as possible. We aim to provide you with choices - over your personal care, what and when you eat, whether you want some peace and quiet or to join in a range of social activities. All this is provided in homely and comfortable surroundings - and with your own private bedroom. There are two types of care home, those which provide personal care only and those which also provide nursing care. All homes provide meals, laundry service and personal care such as help with washing, dressing, general mobility and day-to-day tasks. Nursing homes provide all of these services but additionally they employ registered, trained nurses who are able to provide health-related care. Government assistance with the cost of this nursing care is available to everyone and is not means-tested.

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