Raunds Lodge Nursing Home we will try to provide service users with a secure, relaxed and homely environment in which their care, well being and comfort are of prime importance.
The management and staff will endeavour to maintain the individuality, independence, dignity and respect those in our care. We will ensure the staff and service users enjoy happy and homely atmosphere at all times.
The accommodation is arranged on two floors:
There are 13 bedrooms, 12 single with en-suite and 1 double room. Ground floor accommodates a total of 14 service users.
There are 18 bedrooms on the first floor, of which 17 are single and 1 double. All rooms are en-suit. First floor accommodates a total of 19 service users.
There are two large lounge / diner. Service users are encouraged to use these areas, however, Service Users who wish to stay in their own rooms may do so. Smoking is not permitted in the home. All rooms are connected to a nurse call system for the benefit and safety of service users.
Service users interested in coming to Raunds Lodge Nursing Home are encouraged to visit the home and sample the atmosphere and level of service. A month trial period is always given before taking permanent residency. The home is registered with Care Quality Commission to provide Nursing or Personal ( Residential ) care and accommodation for 33 persons including those suffering from dementia. The care plan are based on person centred approach. This approach considers the impact of process of dementia and the individuals identity, behaviour and emotional needs. Wherever possible we will seek the support of external networks such as Medical Professionals, Community Psychiatric Nurse and friends and families of the resident. The home will ensure that every prospective resident has their needs assessed before a decision on admission is taken. It would not be the home's
aim to care for a resident who is presenting physically challenging and aggressive behaviour, which may cause other residents, staff or themselves to be in danger.