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Derbyshire Care Services Directory 2012/13

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Brookholme Croft Established 1996

An excellent reputation for care 24-hour dual registered care for 45 Nursing and Residential clients, provided by professional and dedicated trained staff, including private occupational and physiotherapists. Respite and Day care are also available.

Purpose built accommodation, appointed in beautiful surroundings. Tastefully decorated single rooms creating a homely environment. Specially adapted shower and bathrooms.

Activities carefully planned for all to enjoy if they wish. Freshly cooked food with all special needs and diets catered for.

Please call for more information or visit the home to see for yourself.

Telephone 01246 230006 Website www.brookholmecroft.com Woodstock Drive, off Challands Way, Hasland, Chesterfield S41 0EU Proprietors: Dr A & Mrs A Matthews


Domiciliary Service also avaliable


Contents Welcome from Derbyshire Adult Care

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Legal protection

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Adult Care in Derbyshire

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Comments, compliments and complaints

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Regions covered by this Directory

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How solicitors can help

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Where do I start?

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The Derbyshire Care Homes Association

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Self-Directed Support

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The Derbyshire Home Care Association

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Co-funding of services

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Paying for care

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Direct Payments

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Self-funding advice

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The Re-ablement Service

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What will you have to pay for your care?

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Local authority contribution towards care in private sectory care homes

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Quality Premium payments

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Derbyshire fee levels

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Third party payments

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Service choice

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Brokerage service

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Home care

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Home care agency checklist

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Home care providers contracted with Derbyshire Adult Care

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Useful contacts

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Non-contracted home care providers

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Local useful contacts

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Support for carers

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National useful contacts

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NHS fully funded continuing healthcare

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Intermediate care (NHS)

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Short term and respite care in a care home

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Telecare

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Residential Community Care Centres

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Housing options

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Extra Care housing

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Sheltered housing

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Specialist care services

Listings Home care providers contracted with Derbyshire Adult Care

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Non-contracted home care providers

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High Peak

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ChesterďŹ eld

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Derbyshire Dales

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North East Derbyshire

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Bolsover

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Learning disability

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Amber Valley

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Physical disability

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Erewash

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Mental health

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South Derbyshire

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Dementia

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Derby City

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Residential dementia care checklist

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Index

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Specialist housing options for younger adults

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Good quality end of life care

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Specialist advice and care services in Derbyshire - useful contacts

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Care homes

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Care homes checklist

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The listings used in this Directory were supplied by the Care

Essential information

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Inspection and registration of care services

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Safeguarding adults

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Derbyshire County Council has not vetted the advertisers in this publication and accepts no liability for work done or goods supplied by any advertiser, nor does the Council

Quality Commission (CQC) in association with Derbyshire County Council and neither Derbyshire County Council nor Care Choices can be held liable for any errors or omissions.

This Directory is available electronically at www.carechoices.co.uk. There is also a Browsealoud option for those requiring the information in the spoken word.

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Welcome from Derbyshire Adult Care Adult Care in Derbyshire Derbyshire Adult Care, working with other statutory and voluntary organisations is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of local people and assisting them to ďŹ nd the services and support they need to experience the best quality of life possible. We support people to: • Live independently • Keep well • Stay safe • Be active in their community • Avoid going into hospital unnecessarily • Return home promptly after a hospital stay. Adult Care has developed a range of universal services that are available to all adults living in Derbyshire. These include: • Information and advice ‒ to provide information about local and community services that you can use to support your wellbeing • Sign posting ‒ to assist you to identify speciďŹ c services to meet your requirements • Brokerage service - to support you to ďŹ nd and buy a range of support services to meet your individual needs and get best value for money

• Welfare beneďŹ ts check ‒ to support you to claim all the beneďŹ ts that you are entitled to • Assessment ‒ to assess your needs and eligibility for specialist Adult Care services where necessary. Within Derbyshire there are many local statutory, voluntary organisations and community groups that oer a wide range of services to help people remain independent for as long as possible. They include: • Home ďŹ re safety - checks and equipment • Home security - checks and equipment • Falls prevention ‒ advice and services • Aordable warmth ‒ advice • Welfare BeneďŹ ts ‒ advice and support • Housing options ‒ advice and support • Minor home adaptations • Practical independent living ‒ range of support through handy vans • Community alarms • Social and recreational activities • Healthy living ‒ access to services and support • Home Library service ‒ access • Adult Education ‒ access • Community transport ‒ information and access. • Health and wellbeing zones ‒ information and access. The right information and advice at the right time can support you to live independently for as long as possible. We oer a wealth of information and opportunities on the Adult Care and Wellbeing section of our website at: www.derbyshire.gov.uk Contact: Call Derbyshire on 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 4pm Saturdays

Mincom: 01629 585400 Website: www.derbyshire.gov.uk Email: contact.centre@derbyshire.gov.uk Write to: Derbyshire County Council County Hall, Matlock DE4 3AG

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Regions covered by this Directory High Peak Care homes with nursing 38 Care homes 39

Bolsover Care homes with nursing 52 Care homes 54

ChesterďŹ eld Care homes with nursing 40 42 Care homes

Amber Valley Care homes with nursing 56 58 Care homes

Derbyshire Dales Care homes with nursing 45 Care homes 46

Erewash Care homes with nursing 60 Care homes 61

North East Derbyshire Care homes with nursing 48 Care homes 50

South Derbyshire Care homes with nursing 63 Care homes 64

High Peak

Derby City Care homes with nursing 67 Care homes 69 Bolsover ChesterďŹ eld

North East Derbyshire Derbyshire Dales

Amber Valley

Erewash Derby City

South Derbyshire

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Where do I start? Initial contact We have made it as easy as we can for you to contact Derbyshire County Council for information, advice and support. You can Call Derbyshire the contact centre from 8.00am ‒ 5.00pm on 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 or out of hours in an emergency on 01629 532600. Our service is provided by sta who are specially trained to deal with Adult Care issues. This includes preventative services that oer advice, support and practical help to enable you to continue to live your life as independently as possible. Call Derbyshire sta can also refer you through to the Brokerage team and / or the Welfare BeneďŹ ts team.

Assessing your needs If required we will assess your needs, and if you meet the eligibility criteria we will work with you to help you develop a plan for your support which will describe how your needs will be met. Eligibility Eligibility for Adult Care Services is determined via local application of the Government s national Fair Access to Care Services Framework. You can get more information about the level of eligibility is in Derbyshire on our website at www.derbyshire.gov.uk If you are eligible you will also be given an indication of the budget available to spend on your support and you will be able to decide what services you wish to receive. This is what we call Self- Directed Support .

Self-Directed Support Self-Directed Support is a way of providing Adult Care services to vulnerable people living in Derbyshire who are eligible for Adult Care support. It involves carrying out an assessment and identifying a Personal Budget which is an upfront allocation of funding designed to help you take control over your life, and if you wish, to manage your own support arrangements. Your Personal Budget can be paid either directly to you or managed by the Council on your behalf to purchase the services and support you choose. There are few constraints on how you use your Personal Budget but it must be legal, keep you healthy, meet your support needs and enable you

to achieve your personal goals. There will be help available if you need it. Our experienced sta will be on hand to help you plan and manage your budget to get the care and support that is right for you. You can also involve your family, friends or an advocate. More detail is available about the assessment process and support planning in our leaet Your Guide to Self-Directed Support and Personal Budgets which is available on the Derbyshire County Council website (www.derbyshire.gov.uk) or via Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190).

Co-funding of services Co-funding is the term that Derbyshire County Council uses to describe the partnership approach we adopt to the funding of services to help you to remain at home. The services covered by co-funding arrangements are: • Home care • Day opportunities • Frozen meals • Laundry

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• Assistive Technology (Telecare) • Non- residential services provided via a Direct Payment. Most people will make a contribution towards the cost of the services they receive from Adult Care in Derbyshire. This amount will apply if you are receiving either Attendance Allowance or the care component of Disability Living Allowance. The most

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Co-funding of services continued anyone will be asked to pay is £210 per week, but that contribution may only apply if an individual has savings of more than £50,000.00. There are a number of circumstances under which you may not be asked to make a contribution and you should read the leaflet Co-Funding Arrangements for Non-Residential

Services available on the Derbyshire County Council website. However, before you are asked to contribute towards the services you receive at home you will be offered a free welfare benefit check to ensure you are getting all the money you are entitled to.

Direct Payments A Direct Payment is money from Adult Care to provide for specific identified eligible needs. Direct Payments can t be used to pay for permanent residential accommodation - but you may be able to use them to pay for occasional short periods in residential accommodation, if we agree

that is what you need. More detail is available about Direct Payments in our factsheet Your Guide to Direct Payments available on the Derbyshire County Council website (www.derbyshire.gov.uk) or via Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190).

The Re-ablement Service Re-ablement is a period of short term, intensive, support that is designed to help you become as independent as possible. It is different to traditional home care in that one of our trained staff will work with you to help you learn, or re-learn, important tasks needed for everyday life. How can you get a re-ablement service? All new people assessed as needing personal and practical assistance and who are likely to benefit from reablement will be offered an initial short term package of support. The re-ablement service is also available to people already receiving a home care service but whose needs have changed, and their review identifies that re-ablement would be beneficial.

What happens when a re-ablement programme finishes? Following re-ablement many people return to full independence with no further need for ongoing services. Those people who do require ongoing support following re-ablement will receive help to identify what kind of assistance they need, and if requested help to arrange any services that may be required to meet their needs. More information is available about our reablement service in our core leaflet Guide to Adult Care available on the Derbyshire County Council website or via Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190).

How long will a re-ablement programme last? Re-ablement normally lasts for up to six weeks, but a programme may finish sooner if good progress is made or, if the individual, together with the reablement team, agree to stop it earlier. In exceptional circumstances, where benefits are identified, staff may extend a re-ablement programme by one or two weeks.

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Service choice Your support plan could include some of the following services to help you stay independent.

Brokerage service The Adult Care Brokerage service ďŹ nds information about service providers and other resources. It has information about agencies that provide help with personal care and activities of daily living, and care home vacancies. Brokers match service providers with your choices and preferences. How to contact Brokerage If you would like some help in ďŹ nding providers and other resources, you can contact Brokerage by calling Call Derbyshire on 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190. You do not need to have an Adult Care Assessment to be able to contact Brokerage. If you have an Adult Care Assessment your social worker can refer to Brokerage on your behalf or you can contact the team directly yourself, on

01629 537754 or 01629 537768. What do brokers do? • Find service providers who can meet your outcomes and choices • Give information about service providers (for example cost of service, registration details and whether the provider can meet your speciďŹ c preferences) • Help you to arrange your services • Give information about dierent types of support available from the statutory, independent and voluntary sectors • Give information about a range of dierent services- day services: homecare: residential and nursing care homes: social activities: luncheon clubs and more.

Home care Home care services are in place to enable people who have support needs to continue living in their own environment by oering support with daily activities which promote independence and improve quality of life. The assistance oered is dependent on individual situations and could range from personal care to support with social activities. Derbyshire County Council Adult Care services can oer a re-ablement service free of charge where this is deemed to be appropriate to help you achieve your optimum level of independence. If longer term support is required you will be oered the choice of services available within your area which will be ďŹ nancially supported if you meet the eligibility criteria. You may choose to purchase your service from the range of home care agencies available including those provided by Derbyshire County Council or employ a personal assistant / private carer (family / friend) if this is your choice. All home care organisations that provide personal care must register with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who assess to ensure essential standards of quality and safety are met which

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includes sta training, involvement of people who use the service, safety and client satisfaction. Compliance assessments are available on the CQC website. Contained within this publication is a list of private and voluntary agencies which have a contract with the Council to provide home care and can also provide privately purchased care. (See page 12). There is more information about Derbyshire County Council provided home care in the leaet Caring for You in Your Home . This can be found on our website or available from Call Derbyshire 08456 058058 or 01629 533190.

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Home care agency checklist

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These questions may be useful when considering using the services of a home care (domiciliary) provider to help you build up a picture of how your support needs will be met in your own home. For support packages which have been arranged by Adult Care, contracts and support plans will have been completed with your social worker and the agencies used will have been accredited to work for Adult Care. People arranging and funding their own support either privately or through a Direct Payment or a Personal Budget are able to choose their own worker or care agency. Agencies • What experience does the agency have in your particular field of need? Can they supply references for you to check? • Home care agencies providing personal care, must be registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission. Ask to see a copy of their registration certificate. • How long has the agency been operating? • How many carers would the agency assign to care for you and would you see the same one every day? If not, how does the staff rota operate and what happens if your carer goes on holiday or is sick, will you be notified in advance that a different carer will be attending? • How can you contact the agency in an emergency or outside office hours? • How hard or easy would it be to make a complaint and how are things then put right?

• If this is a private contract ask for a copy of the agency s contract terms and read these carefully with someone you trust. Get as much help as you can going over it and ask any questions you may have before signing anything. The Citizens Advice Bureau or Age Concern (now called Age UK in some areas) could help with this. Paid carers • You should expect your personal preferences, dignity and privacy to be respected. Discuss this with the agency and ask how the most suitable carers for your particular care are chosen. Can you talk to them before deciding? • Carers should be fully trained or be having ongoing training. Ask the agency about their policies on this. • You will have a care plan drawn up by the agency which the carers will work to. Ask how often this plan will be reviewed by the agency. • Carers must be checked with the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and have a criminal records disclosure ‒ make sure this is the case. Paying • If your care needs do not meet Adult Care s eligibility criteria and have been arranged privately you should check carefully the fee rates charged and exactly what the payment you make covers.

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Home care providers contracted with Derbyshire Adult Care ALLIED HEALTHCARE Derby Tel: 01332 361700

CARERS SITTING SERVICE Stonebroom Tel: 01773 873581

ANGELS COMMUNITY HOME CARE SERVICE Long Eaton Tel: 01159 720559

CAREWATCH Ripley Tel: 01773 745556

APEX NURSING & CARE SERVICES Didsbury Tel: 0161 447 6469

CARING HANDS Tibshelf Tel: 01773 875168

AUDLEY CARE DARLEY DALE Matlock Tel: 01629 736750

COMMUNITY CARE LINE SERVICES Morton Tel: 01246 861500

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BIRCHWOOD HOMECARING SERVICES LTD Ripley Tel: 01773 570057

COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 455025

BLISS SUPPORT LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 454245

COTTAGE CARE LTD Belper Tel: 01773 823844

BOSWORTH HOMECARE SERVICES Ilkeston Tel: 01158 713651 Swadlincote Tel: 01283 218528 Advert page 13

CREATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES Buxton Tel: 01298 27437

BRADCARE LTD Neatherseal Tel: 01283 769996

CROSSROADS EAST MIDLANDS Derby Tel: 01332 344448 Nottingham Tel: 01159 628920

BUXTON HOME SUPPORT SERVICE Buxton Tel: 01298 23970

DEAFBLIND UK Peterborough Tel: 01733 358100

CARE FOR INDEPENDENCE Belper Tel: 01773 821313

DERBYSHIRE FEDERATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH Matlock Tel: 01629 733915

CARE RELIEF TEAM LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 261700

DERBYSHIRE TOTAL CARE LTD Horsley Woodhouse Tel: 01332 881255

CARE UK Chapel-En-Le-Frith Tel: 01298 814700 Derby Tel: 03333 218302 SheямГeld Tel: 01142 798228

DIRECT HEALTH ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 284060 EAST MIDLANDS HOMECARE LTD Castle Donington Tel: 01332 813913 Advert page 15 ENA CARECALL LTD Swadlincote Tel: 01283 224963

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ENABLE CARE & HOME SUPPORT LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 599999 ENABLERS INDEPENDENT LIVING 2000 LTD Ripley Tel: 01773 744118 EYAM DOMICILIARY SERVICE Eyam Tel: 01433 631380 FIRSTPOINT HOMECARE LTD Newtown Unthank Tel: 01455 821218

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Bosworth Homecare Bosworth Homecare Services are accredited by Derbyshire County Council as Quality Premium Providers. We are members of the United Kingdom Home Care Association (UKHCA) and are regulated by the Care Quality Commission. We have been supporting people in their own homes since 1996 and are the proud holders of the “Investors in People” Award. OUR STAFF Our Derbyshire branches are managed by a dedicated and experienced team who strive to achieve the very best for our clients. Our high standard of domiciliary care is maintained and delivered to our clients via our committed, friendly and extremely well trained care staff, who have been vetted and chosen to ensure that the safety and best interests of our clients are being looked after at all times. OUR COMPANY We can provide high quality care and support services any time of the day and night, including: PERSONAL CARE • MEAL PREPARATION • DOMESTIC TASKS SLEEP & WAKING NIGHT SERVICE • SHOPPING & PENSION COLLECTION • COMPANIONSHIP OUTINGS

Tel: Swadlincote - 01283 218528 Ilkeston - 0115 8713651 Web: www.givecare.co.uk

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Home care providers contracted with Derbyshire Adult Care continued FREEDOM CARE SERVICES Pleasley Tel: 01623 811776

PIRAMID CARE SERVICES LTD Manchester Tel: 0161 877 6821

GENERATIONS CARE AGENCY LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 471991

POSITIVE HORIZONS LTD Belper Tel: 01773 827385

HARMONY CARE & SUPPORT LTD Long Eaton Tel: 01159 725557

PREMIER CARE Pleasley Tel: 01623 810100

HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE LTD High Peak Tel: 01663 765510 Advert page 15

PRESTIGE NURSING LTD Derby Tel: 01332 206062

HOME SUPPORT SERVICES Derby Tel: 01332 723250

RADIS COMMUNITY CARE Derby Tel: 01332 296208

HOMECARE D AND D ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 269153

REACH ENABLEMENT SERVICES Sutton In AshямБeld Tel: 01773 811451

HOUSING 21 Wirksworth Tel: 0370 192 4010

S & W INDEPENDENT LIVING Buxton Tel: 01298 22299

INDEPENDENT CARE LINK Ilkeston Tel: 0115 944 4448

SERENDIPITY HEALTHCARE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 260843

INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 554321

SPECIAL CARE SERVICES Derby Tel: 01332 608138

INTERCARE SERVICES New Mills Tel: 01663 308 232

ST CHRISTOPHER S TRUST Glossop Tel: 01457 852687

MEARS CARE SheямГeld Tel: 01246 299722

STERLING HOMECARE Derby Tel: 01332 890718

MEDICO Stockport Tel: 0161 4806078

THERA TRUST Grantham Tel: 0845 8800341

MEDILINE NURSES AND CARERS LTD Foston Tel: 01283 586600

UNITED RESPONSE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 560640

MENCAP Long Eaton Tel: 0115 9835731 MILLENNIUM HOMECARE SERVICES LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 261389 NORSACA Clowne Tel: 01246 810101

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Non-contracted home care providers ABILITY ASH LODGE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 231256

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ADVANCE SUPPORT SHIREBROOK ChesterямБeld Tel: 01623 742461

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A GRADE COMMUNITY CARE SERVICES LIMITED ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 252373 Advert page 17

DERBYSHIRE INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT SERVICE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 268339

ALLROUND NURSING CARE LIMITED Swadlincote Tel: 01283 763558

DOMICILIARY CARE AGENCY Alfreton Tel: 01773 875168

AMG NURSING AND CARE SERVICES ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 201521

EREWASH SUPPORTED LIVING Nottingham Tel: 01159 721874

BRITISH RED CROSS Heanor Tel: 01773 762491

EXCELL HOME CARE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 452211

BUTTERFLYS CARE SERVICES Nottingham Tel: 0115 833 5801

FAIRPLAY - HOME BASED SUPPORT SERVICE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 203963

C & S HOMECARE LIMITED Alfreton Tel: 01773 836111

FREEDOM CENTRE ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 202572

CHESTERFIELD HOME CARE LTD ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 580187

GLASSHOUSE HILL Ripley Tel: 01773 570450

COMMUNITY REHABILITATION MANAGEMENT ChesterямБeld Tel: 01246 551766

HANDLEY CARE SERVICES ChesterямБeld Tel: 07985 592449

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T: 0844 544 7780 F: 0844 544 7781 www.percurra.com

If you require an exceptional, reliable and friendly service delivered by your own dedicated, trained staff.

Award winning domiciliary care individually tailored to your needs • Personal care

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PROVIDING PERSON CENTRED CARE AND HIGH QUALITY SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE IN DERBYSHIRE • We understand everyone is different and provide care packages that are tailored to YOU • Supporting Adults, Families and Elderly People using Direct Payments, Personalised Budgets & Self Directed Support • 24hrs a day 7 days a week fully qualified staff are on hand

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• Providing high quality care and support including: PA holiday / sickness cover, 24/7 live in support, personal care, household tasks, medication assistance, companionship, Accompanying to hospital appointments/ days out and various activities.

For more information please call our office on 01246 252373 or email us at admin@agradecare.co.uk Agrade Community Care Services Ltd is registered, and therefore licensed to provide services, by the Care Quality Commission (Provider ID: 1-101658072)

Looking for care or support? For independent, impartial advice on your care options, call this Directory’s advice line on freephone 0800 38 92 077. We provide you with information on care, accommodation, funding and rights. A personalised report can be generated providing details of all options that meet your criteria.

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Non-contracted home care providers continued HOME CARE DIRECT Chesterfield Tel: 08450 619000

PERSONALISED SUPPORT TEAM - DERBYSHIRE Chesterfield Tel: 01246 261615

HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE LTD Chesterfield Tel: 01246 580187 Advert page 15

PRECEDO HEALTH CARE SERVICES - SHEFFIELD Dronfield Tel: 01246 299700

HYDRO DOMICILIARY CARE AGENCY, THE Matlock Tel: 01629 580919

REAL LIFE OPTIONS - NOTTINGHAM Ripley Tel: 01773 741745

INDIVIDUAL HOMECARE SERVICES Chesterfield Tel: 01246 475747

SHIREBROOK MINERS WELFARE CHARITY CENTRE ILS Mansfield Tel: 01623 742351

IVY HOUSE Heanor Tel: 01909 506678 MOORE CARE LIMITED - 4 MANCHESTER ROAD Buxton Tel: 01298 24566 NOTTINGHAM DCA Ilkeston Tel: 0115 822 1277 PARTRIDGE GRANGE Ilkeston Tel: 01159 323343 PEAK CARE HOMECARE Chesterfield Tel: 01246 592092

SPENCER GROVE Belper Tel: 01773 599349

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SPIRE DCA Chesterfield Tel: 01246 283990 SUPPORTING SOLUTIONS Tel: 01773 853107 TENDER LOVING CARE SERVICES Chesterfield Tel: 01246 204996 VALLEY CARE DIRECT Tideswell Tel: 01298 872312

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Support for carers A carer is someone who spends a signiďŹ cant amount of their life providing unpaid support to a family member or potentially a friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems. We have a number of ways to support carers including oďŹ&#x20AC;ering an assessment to look at your needs and the services we can oďŹ&#x20AC;er to support your caring role. In addition the following are also available: The Carers Emergency card gives carers peace of

mind if they are suddenly not able to care, knowing that the emergency services will be able to alert someone via details on the card. Derbyshire Carers Association (DCA) is a leading organisation providing support for carers in Derbyshire. They run a number of support groups and have local coordinators who can provide one to one support. Details are available on their website at www.derbyshirecarers.co.uk.

NHS fully funded continuing health care NHS continuing health care is the name given to a package of services which are arranged and funded by the NHS for people outside hospital with ongoing heath needs. You can get continuing healthcare in any place, including your own home or in care home however your choice may need to

be made from a designated NHS care home list. An assessment will be made by a multi-disciplinary team involving health and Adult Care professionals. Further information is available on the Department of Health website at: www.dh.gov.uk/ SocialCare.

Intermediate Care (NHS) Intermediate care describes enhanced health care services provided by multi-disciplinary teams including the NHS. The aim is to oďŹ&#x20AC;er services to prevent you having to go into hospital unnecessarily, or if in hospital, to rehabilitate you so you can be discharged earlier. Another aim of intermediate care is to prevent early or

unnecessary admission into long-term residential care. You can be oďŹ&#x20AC;ered intermediate care in your own home or in other designated care settings. It is provided free if you are eligible for the service. Intermediate care is usually limited to a maximum of six weeks.

Short term and respite care in a care home This is a service for people who require assistance with personal care because of disability, frailty, mental ill health or who are recovering from a period of ill health or family diďŹ&#x192;culty. In addition, the service gives carers, who provide a substantial amount of support to a cared for person, the chance to take a break. Short term and respite care is available in a wide range of local authority, private and voluntary homes

across the County. A social worker or health worker will come to an agreement about whether you need a nursing home or residential care home. You will then be given freedom to choose the right home for you. There is a set charge for this type of care. If your stay exceeds three weeks or you wish to extend your stay for over three weeks while in your placement, you will normally need to have a ďŹ nancial assessment.

Telecare Telecare is the name given to a range of sensors, detectors and equipment that remotely monitor your daily life to help you remain living independently. Automatic alerts are created when you have a

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Telecare continued Telecare can help if you are worried about: • Feeling safe at home. • The consequences of falling. • Becoming forgetful. The Telecare service provides peace of mind and is able to provide assistance, whenever required, 24 hours a day.

There are a range of Telecare sensors to meet your different needs. More information about it is available in the Telecare factsheet available on the Derbyshire County Council website or via Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190).

Residential Community Care Centres Community Care Centres have an essential role in the delivery of person-centred services for older people. Services within our centres help to maintain independence through rehabilitation and preventative services, but also substantially reduce the risk of admission or re-admission to acute hospitals and inappropriate use of residential care. Our centres are dementia-friendly and inclusive, with Stirling University a key partner in the building design. Older people, their carers and

local voluntary organisations have all contributed in developing the centre s service model which will provide centre-based residential and outreach services as part of the integrated network of support to the local area. Our first Community Care Centre in Staveley Centre opened in March 2010 and a second centre is opening in late Autumn 2012 in Swadlincote. Further centres are planned for other areas of the county in 2013-14.

Housing options Extra Care housing Extra Care housing gives you the security and privacy of a home of your own, but with 24 hour care and support services available if you need them. There are one and two bedroom flats available as well as a range of communal facilities on-site such as a restaurant, IT suite and an activity room. The schemes generally offer the choice of properties for rent, sale or shared ownership. Choosing Extra Care housing means that you are living in your own home and can usually remain there if your care or support needs change. The schemes aim to house people with differing needs so that the community is balanced. Residents being considered for the accommodation are assessed to determine what support they need. Unless someone requires long term nursing care, it could offer you a home for life. Extra Care housing is normally available to people aged 55 years or over, although it may house younger people with disabilities where appropriate. Extra Care differs from care homes in the following ways:

• You are living at home - not in a home. • Accommodation is accessible and provides level access showers. • You have your own front door so you can decide who comes in. • Couples and friends can stay together. • Residents have a mixture of support needs. • It offers a safe and secure home for people who need support, including people with learning disabilities. • 24 hour care and support services are available ‒ if needed. • You can join in social activities if you wish. Derbyshire Adult Care is currently working with housing associations and other partners to develop a range of Extra Care housing schemes throughout Derbyshire. Further information about current schemes is available in the Extra Care housing factsheet available on the Derbyshire County Council website or via Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190).

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Sheltered housing Sheltered housing is suitable for older people who wish to live independently but want the reassurance of knowing that assistance is available if there is an emergency. There are many diďŹ&#x20AC;erent types of sheltered schemes, available both to rent and to buy. Schemes usually consist of between 15 and 40 dwellings. These may be bedsitting rooms, selfcontained ďŹ&#x201A;ats, or bungalows. Some schemes are simply housing designed to meet the needs of older people and linked to a community alarm. The majority of schemes have access to a support worker for those who need it and a community alarm service. There are often communal facilities such as a lounge, laundry, guest ďŹ&#x201A;at and garden. Meals are not normally provided.

AďŹ&#x20AC;ordable sheltered housing for rent is provided by local district/borough councils or housing associations. People who are interested in being considered for accommodation of this kind need to register with their local district / borough council who have information about all the social housing vacancies in their area. A directory of schemes can be found on the website www.extracarehousing.org.uk For further advice and information, call this Directory s independent advice line: 0800 38 92 077 provided by FirstStop Advice. A Housing Options service for older people is oďŹ&#x20AC;ered across Derbyshire by idecide. They can be contacted on 0115 930 6661.

Specialist care services Support and care services for people with special needs oďŹ&#x20AC;er a range of options aimed at maintaining

their independence by living in their own homes and communities.

Learning disability If you are considering moving out of your family home, there are a number of options that could be explored before considering a care home. You may be able to have your own ďŹ&#x201A;at with support. There is also the option of supported living, where you can share a property with other people with support provided for all. Support can include learning independent living skills like cooking, cleaning and money management as well as help with health needs. Either of these options can often give you greater independence and choice than care homes may be able to oďŹ&#x20AC;er. There are other alternatives too such as Shared Lives where you can live with others (usually a family) who will provide support and help you to become more independent. These can be arranged through Adult Social Care. An important change aďŹ&#x20AC;ecting people with learning disabilities is the introduction of Personal

Budgets (explained on page 8), putting people at the centre of how they choose to arrange and pay for their support. This may be in their own ďŹ&#x201A;at or house or a supported living scheme. Many adults with learning disabilities can live in their own homes in their local communities with support but there may be times when an individual has specialist health care needs or behaviour that is particularly challenging when a care home may be more appropriate. Care homes for people with learning disabilities often specialise e.g. homes for people with autism and behaviour support needs or dementia. A good home will provide opportunities to learn and maintain skills and opportunities to take part in enjoyable and stimulating activities. Social workers will be able to give you information to enable you to make the right choices.

Physical disability Following an assessment of your needs, you may be eligible for help from Adult Care, including a Personal Budget, occupational therapy, adaptations to your home, supported housing or help for

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the person caring for you. Day opportunities are available to assist and support people to take part in activities, meet with others and regain their conďŹ dence. Day services range from sheltered work

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Physical disability continued to leisure activities, as well as individual provision. A short break away from home can provide a welcome change for yourself and anyone caring for you. The respite care might also be provided in your own home (through a live-in carer). The support you require if you have a physical disability must be tailored to your specific needs

and can be provided by the independent and notfor-profit sectors as well as by Adult Care. Help at home with personal care is available during the day and night, 7 days a week. There are also private agencies offering help at home with personal care and housework. See page 10 for more information.

Mental health There is increased demand for home care for people with mental health issues arising from greater use of supported living instead of care home placements. Like other specialist care services, this can be paid for (if you have been assessed as eligible) with a Personal Budget, discussed on page 8. When care at home is no longer an option either temporarily or permanently, consideration of residential care needs to be made. Discuss

the options with family and friends as well as professionals involved in your care. A good care home can help improve the quality of your life - the structured environment and activities provided can build up your confidence. The care providers should assess you carefully to make sure the placement is right for you. A member of staff may visit you at home, talk to you and look at your assessments of health and social care need.

Dementia As it can be best for the person with dementia to stay in their own home for as long as possible, a range of community care services is available to facilitate this. Adult Care can provide access to: home care; sitting services (which provide a break for carers); advice on equipment and adaptations; day opportunities and respite care. Services can also be provided directly by registered providers to those who do not require financial help from Derbyshire County Council, however Adult Care will still be willing to offer an assessment of need. You may have a choice of which agency you receive your care from whether or not Adult Care assist with the funding of your service. If you are considering a specialist care home, remember it should be able to maintain and improve your quality of life. Whatever the degree of the dementia, you should be able to live in a care home that offers quality personal care and person-centred care. It s important to consider homes that provide nursing care in case your condition deteriorates and you require a higher level of care. Many care homes offer specialist units with experienced nursing staff and facilities adapted to the needs of residents with dementia. Some homes will offer an environment which has been designed specifically for people with dementia to aid orientation.

People with dementia can benefit from a range of group or individual therapies involving social interaction and mental stimulation, including reminiscence. Activity co-ordinators and occupational therapists can provide people with dementia with reality orientation, reminiscence and validation therapy. Music therapy, art therapy approaches and other creative therapies can also be helpful. Behaviour management approaches that promote understanding of the behaviour of the person with dementia can also be beneficial in reducing the use of anti-psychotic medication and trained staff can offer this service within many care establishments. If you need support in making choices about long-term care or you need particular information or advice about services available to people with dementia and their carers, you can contact the Derbyshire Dementia Support Service on 01332 208845 or 01246 223366 or by email to derbyshire@alzheimers.org.uk . There is also further information about the service and other useful services across Derbyshire available on the website www.derbyshire.gov.uk/dementia . If you wish to arrange an assessment of need by Adult Care, or you can contact Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190) or by email to contact.centre@derbyshire.gov.uk.

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Residential dementia care checklist

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Things to look for in care homes specialising in dementia. Please use in conjunction with the care homes checklist on page 26.

Residents The best indication of a good home is that the residents appear happy and responsive. â&#x20AC;˘ Are there rummage boxes around the home to stimulate residents?

Access If the person with dementia needs or is likely to need equipment or adaptations you may want to check: â&#x20AC;˘ There is adequate signage and cues for diďŹ&#x20AC;erent parts of the home such as dining room and bathroom. â&#x20AC;˘ The home s policy about locking external doors.

Bedrooms You may want to ďŹ nd out whether the person with dementia can have a single room and whether: â&#x20AC;˘ Residents are encouraged to bring in some of their own furniture and possessions to increase familiarity.

Activities Residents should be stimulated without feeling stressed. â&#x20AC;˘ Are reminiscence activities available? â&#x20AC;˘ Are residents able to compile memory boxes? â&#x20AC;˘ Do staďŹ&#x20AC; compile life story books including photographs and mementoes?

StaďŹ&#x20AC; It is important to note whether staďŹ&#x20AC; seem friendly and caring towards residents and whether they treat residents with respect. â&#x20AC;˘ Do they have any training and experience in dementia care? â&#x20AC;˘ Will the person with dementia have a member of staďŹ&#x20AC; particularly responsible for their care? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there a member of staďŹ&#x20AC; you can talk to about your own worries about the person with dementia?

Manager / Head of home A manager who is caring as well as eďŹ&#x192;cient can make all the diďŹ&#x20AC;erence to a home. â&#x20AC;˘ Does the manager have a knowledge of dementia and can they deal with diďŹ&#x192;culties that may arise in an understanding way? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there a full assessment at home before a resident is admitted?

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Specialist housing options for younger adults Are you happy living at home? Would you like a little more independence with help when you need it? What are your housing options? You could: • Continue living with your family ‒ If your home is specially adapted and you receive the practical and emotional support needed, you may prefer to stay at home. It s also convenient if your college or job is nearby. • Move into supported living accommodation ‒ This offers a level of independence and the chance to meet other people in similar situations. Help from a visiting support worker is available and usually nursing care is provided nearby. • Rent a place ‒ You can apply for council housing which is usually cheaper than renting privately. There could be a waiting list and you must fully explain your housing needs. Local housing associations may also be able to help. Ask your council housing department for a list. If you want to rent privately, look in your local newspaper

for To Let advertisements. Housing Benefit, if you re entitled to it, might reduce your rent. Direct Payments can also help, ask your local authority for details and see page 8. • Buy your own home ‒ Can you afford it? Are you able to live on your own? You could think about part buying and part renting a place from a housing association. • Move into a care home ‒ If you want to leave home but are not ready to live alone, care homes can meet your personal needs and offer appropriate support. Adult Care and Health will contribute if you are eligible and if they agree the care home meets your needs. If your chosen home costs more than usual, you may get some help but you must pay the rest. For further information, see the useful contacts for specialist advice and care services on page 35.

Good quality end of life care How we care for the dying is an indicator of how we care for all sick and vulnerable people. It is a measure of society as a whole and it is a litmus test for health and social care services. 1 Although the subject of dying is often painful to contemplate and as a society we do not discuss death and dying openly, the way care professionals approach the process is incredibly important for the client, their family and carers. The Department of Health has published a strategy for every organisation involved in providing end of life care. Each will be expected to adopt an overall coordination process, such as the Gold Standards Framework, whilst developing the best possible outcome for clients.

Care homes are increasingly at the forefront of good practice in providing care for those who are approaching or reaching the end of their life. 2 Enabling residents to die in comfort and with dignity is a core function of care homes. When choosing a care home you should consider their end of life care philosophy and policies. It is essential

that you and your relatives discuss and plan for your wishes as you near the end of your life. Care homes should have an open approach to end of life care and should initiate conversation with you and your family to ensure your needs and wishes are discussed and planned for. An end of life care plan including a full assessment of your needs and wishes as you approach the end of life is vital to establish your preferences and choices. Many homes will include your end of life wishes as part of your care plan as this will help ensure your needs and wishes are effectively co-ordinated. Without proper assessment and care planning your needs may not be met and your end of life care preferences may not be achieved. Care homes should work with your General Practitioner to ensure your medical needs are met as you approach the end of your life. Good planning for all your needs should mean that you can (if that is your choice) remain in your care home in your last days and not have to be admitted to hospital. All health and social care staff must be trained in communication regarding end of life care and will be trained accordingly in assessing the needs of clients and carers. Continued on page 24 >>

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Good quality end of life care continued Programmes available include:

Useful websites â&#x20AC;&#x2019; end of life care

The Gold Standards Framework (GSF) This can be used in various settings, for example hospitals, primary care and care homes, to improve the co-ordination and communication between diďŹ&#x20AC;erent organisations involved in providing care for someone near the end of their life.

Compassionate Communities Website www.compassionatecommunities.org.uk aims to: â&#x20AC;˘ help people develop the skills to address issues raised by end of life and other losses; and â&#x20AC;˘ be a helpful, empathic ear.

The Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) This is best practice guidance to medical staďŹ&#x20AC; on how to ensure quality of care in the last few hours/ days of someone s life. This can be used in hospitals, care homes, hospices or individuals own homes.

Dying Matters Set up by the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC), the coalition aims to promote awareness of dying, death and bereavement. Website has a comprehensive support section. www.dyingmatters.org

Preferred Priorities for Care (PPC) This document is designed to help people prepare for the future and gives them an opportunity to think about, talk about and write down their preferences and priorities for care at the end of life. Despite general reluctance to broach this sensitive area, it is worthwhile asking potential care providers their approach to end of life care and whether they are following national strategies for implementing best practice within their home.

1 End of Life Care Strategy - promoting high quality care for all adults at the end of life DH 2008. 2 The route to success in end of life care â&#x20AC;&#x2019; achieving quality in care homes DH 2010.

NHS Local NHS Local has a section on end of life, including contact details for helpful organisations, suggestions of issues you may need to think about at end of life and videos people have sent in listing 5 things they want to do before they die. http://nhslocal.nhs.uk Marie Curie Cancer Care Provides free nursing care to cancer patients and those with other terminal illnesses in their own homes. www.mariecurie.org.uk WidowNet Established in 1995, the ďŹ rst online information and self-help resource for, and by, widows and widowers. www.widownet.org

Specialist advice and care services in Derbyshire â&#x20AC;&#x2019; useful contacts General advice ChesterďŹ eld Law Centre Provides free legal advice, information and representation in social welfare law. Tel: 01246 550674 Email: clc@chesterďŹ eldlawcentre.org.uk Peak & Dales Advocacy OďŹ&#x20AC;ers one to one advocacy support to older people, people with mental health needs, disabled people and people with learning diďŹ&#x192;culty. Tel: 01298 79539 Email: padaf@btconnect.com www.peaksanddalesadvocacy.org.uk

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Welfare BeneďŹ ts Helpline Derbyshire County Council s welfare BeneďŹ ts service oďŹ&#x20AC;ers free, expert and conďŹ dential advice on a range of beneďŹ ts you may be able to claim including Pension Credit, Working Tax Credit, Housing BeneďŹ t, Attendance Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Income Support, Council Tax BeneďŹ t and Carer s Allowance. Tel: 0845 120 2985 Your Guide to council, health, voluntary and community services in Derbyshire 2012 Covers a range of services that will help you to live independently.

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Specialist advice and care services in Derbyshire ‒ useful contacts continued Includes contacts for your local councils, crime and safety, independent living and care, housing, disability support and many other subjects. The Guide can be downloaded from: http://www. derbyshire.gov.uk Learning disability ARC An umbrella organisation appointing providers and users of residential care services for people with a learning disabilty. Also provides training, consultancy and networking opportunities. Tel: 01246 555043 Email: nancy.benn@arcuk.org.uk www.arcuk.org.uk Enable Housing Association Provides housing for people with learning disabilities. Enable Care and Home Support Provides care and support for people with learning disabilities together with day services. Tel: 01246 550515 Email: kevin1@enable-group.gov.uk www.enable-group.org.uk Mental health and dementia Active Involvement in Mental Health (High Peak) Self help group for people with health problems. Buxton Methodist Church Hall. Tel: 07984 881421

Alzheimer s Society - Derby & Derbyshire South Branch Leading the fight against dementia. Tel: 01332 208845 Email: derby@alzheimers.org.uk Alzheimer Cafe (Ripley) An opportunity for socialising, with support and information for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. Field Terrace Community Centre. Tel: 01332 206150 Email: alzheimers.derby@virgin.netCentre Physical disability Leonard Cheshire Disability Work in partnership with Derbyshire County Council in supporting disabled people within Derbyshire. All services can be accessed via the Adult Care referral process. Tel: 01773 570513 Email: natasha.steel@lcdisability.org www.lcdisability.org Mid-Derbyshire Association for Mobile Physiotherapy Offers a mobile physiotherapy unit which can provide physiotherapy to those who are housebound. Referrals are made by a GP or health professional. Tel: 01283 585455 North Derbyshire Multiple Sclerosis Society Aims to improve the lives of people with multiple sclerosis in the North Derbyshire area. Tel: 01298 84685

Care homes You may feel that going into a care home is the way forward for you. The homes featured in this Directory are either owned by Derbyshire County Council, private sector proprietors, or voluntary sector organisations. All care homes are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and are inspected to ensure they reach an approved standard. Care homes providing residential care A residential care home is a home of any size which provides residential accommodation with full board and personal care. Normally a resident would have their own bedroom which may or may not be ensuite and staff would be available on site on a 24

hour a day basis. A sheltered or warden assisted housing scheme would not be considered as a residential care home as the option of full board and personal care are not provided for an all-in charge. Some homes are able to provide specialist services to people with learning disabilities, dementia, mental ill health or for younger disabled people. Care homes providing nursing care The difference between a home providing residential care and a home providing nursing care is that a care home with nursing provides care where there is a need for involvement of a qualified nurse. Care homes with nursing have to be staffed 24 hours a day by trained nurses.

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Carehomes homeschecklist checklist Care

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First impressions â&#x20AC;˘ Were you met when you ďŹ rst arrived? â&#x20AC;˘ Do staďŹ&#x20AC; seem warm, friendly and polite? â&#x20AC;˘ Do the residents seem happy, active and sociable? â&#x20AC;˘ Does the home feel homely and welcoming? â&#x20AC;˘ Is the home fresh, clean and comfortably furnished?

Fees â&#x20AC;˘ How much are the fees? â&#x20AC;˘ Do the fees cover all the services available? â&#x20AC;˘ Under what circumstances will the fees alter â&#x20AC;&#x2019; e.g. annually or according to increasing needs? â&#x20AC;˘ Is the notice to terminate reasonable?

Transport â&#x20AC;˘ Is the home easy to get to for relatives and friends? â&#x20AC;˘ Does the home provide its own transport?

Accommodation â&#x20AC;˘ Are bedrooms single or shared? Is there a choice? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you decorate and re-arrange your room to suit yourself? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you bring your own furniture and TV? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there a call system for emergencies? â&#x20AC;˘ Are there enough sockets in your room? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you control the heating in your room? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you lock your room and is there a secure place for valuables? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there a separate dining room? Bar? â&#x20AC;˘ Are there toilet facilities within easy reach of the communal facilities? â&#x20AC;˘ Are there both showers and baths? â&#x20AC;˘ Are bathrooms adapted to help people in and out of the bath?

Accessibility â&#x20AC;˘ Does the home have the right adaptations and equipment to meet your needs? â&#x20AC;˘ Are all areas accessible for wheelchair users? â&#x20AC;˘ Does the home have extra wheelchairs and walking aids? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there adequate provision for people with sight or hearing diďŹ&#x192;culties?

Life within the home â&#x20AC;˘ Are there any rules and restrictions (e.g. going out, time of return etc)? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you choose when to get up and retire every day? â&#x20AC;˘ How are residents involved in decisions about life in the home? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there a telephone where you can make and take calls in private and comfort?

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â&#x20AC;˘ Is alcohol served or permitted? â&#x20AC;˘ Are there smoking and non-smoking areas? â&#x20AC;˘ What arrangements are there for religious observance? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you handle your own money? If not, what arrangements are in place? â&#x20AC;˘ Does a hairdresser/chiropodist visit? â&#x20AC;˘ Are residents accompanied on visits to the GP or hospital?

StaďŹ&#x20AC; â&#x20AC;˘ Do the staďŹ&#x20AC; appear clean, cheerful and respectful? â&#x20AC;˘ Do the staďŹ&#x20AC; talk to residents and how do they talk to them â&#x20AC;˘ Are the staďŹ&#x20AC; formally trained? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there an adequate number of staďŹ&#x20AC; on duty day & night?

Visitors â&#x20AC;˘ Are visitors welcome at all times? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there somewhere to see them in private? â&#x20AC;˘ May your visitors join you at meals? â&#x20AC;˘ Can your visitors stay overnight?

Catering â&#x20AC;˘ How much choice do you get about meals? â&#x20AC;˘ Is the food varied and interesting? â&#x20AC;˘ Can the home cater for your dietary needs? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you have snacks or drinks any time of the day or night? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you eat in your room?

Activities â&#x20AC;˘ Can you continue to pursue your hobbies and interests? â&#x20AC;˘ What sorts of activities and entertainment are organised? â&#x20AC;˘ Are outings and holidays arranged? How much do they cost? â&#x20AC;˘ Are escorts available if necessary? â&#x20AC;˘ Is a library service available? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you have your own ďŹ&#x201A;ower bed or help in the garden? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you stay in your own room if you want to?

Gardens â&#x20AC;˘ Are the grounds/gardens attractive? â&#x20AC;˘ Are all areas safe and accessible? â&#x20AC;˘ Is there somewhere to sit? â&#x20AC;˘ Are they quiet?

Contract terms â&#x20AC;˘ Can you retain your own room if away? â&#x20AC;˘ Can you have a short-stay or trial period? â&#x20AC;˘ Will you be given a statement of terms on admission? â&#x20AC;˘ Are all procedures, such as complaints, clearly spelt-out? Would YOU like to live there?

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Wheathills House

Residential Care Home

‘excellent three star rating awarded by the Care Quality Commission’

Proud to be celebrating our 28 year anniversary… Providing ‘Care, Comfort and Security’ for all of our residents Set in rural Derbyshire, Wheathills House is registered as a care home providing accommodation and personal care for 30 Elderly residents. We seek at all times to provide a caring environment through: • Individual care programmes • Confidentiality • Comfort • Qualified and experienced staff • 24 hour care • Security What to expect… • Long and short term care provided • Chair and passenger lift to first floor • Attractive, well-tended garden • Bright, pleasant conservatory • Television room • Library facilities included • Home cooked meals • Entertainment and activities organised • Assisted bathing

Call us on 01332 824600 Brun Lane • Kirk Langley • Derby • DE6 4LU Office Telephone: 01332 824600 • Residents Telephone: 01332 824394 Email: info@wheathillshouse.co.uk Web: www.wheathillshouse.co.uk Member of Derbyshire Care Homes Association


Essential information Inspection and registration of care services The Care Quality Commission (CQC) registers, inspects and reviews all adult social care and healthcare services in England in the public, private and voluntary sectors. This includes care homes, care homes with nursing, home care agencies and NHS services, amongst others. Changes to the regulatory system Since October 2010, all care providers must be registered under a new system, introduced by the Health and Social Care Act 2008, which will bring adult social care, independent healthcare and the NHS under a single set of essential standards of

quality and safety for the ďŹ rst time. When considering a care home, a care home with nursing or home care agency, it s always a good idea to check their inspection reports on the CQC s website: www.cqc.org.uk For any enquiries or to register a concern or a complaint, contact CQC by telephone: 03000 616161 or by email: enquiries@cqc.org.uk The Care Quality Commission Citygate Gallowgate Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4PA

Safeguarding adults Ensuring vulnerable adults who use services are protected from abuse and neglect is our top priority. All providers of services to vulnerable adults have a zero tolerance towards abuse and neglect. Derbyshire Adults at risk Policy and Procedures aims to ensure that help is provided to those where age, illness or disability aďŹ&#x20AC;ects their ability to protect themselves against serious harm or exploitation. Help is available for all adults at risk

of abuse including those who arrange and pay for their own care such as self-funders. The provider should be able to assist you with any safeguarding concerns you have regarding a user of services. However, you may wish to directly refer your concern to the social worker who organised the service or alternatively, you can contact: Call Derbyshire on 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 or visit www.saferderbyshire.gov.uk

Legal protection The Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS) came into force in April 2009 as an amendment to the 2005 Mental Capacity Act. This new law came into force to safeguard the most vulnerable people who lack capacity to consent to the care or treatment they receive and who are being cared for in hospitals, care homes or nursing homes registered under the Care Standards Act 2000, whether placed under public or private arrangements, but who are not detained under the Mental Health Act. Under DOLS, there is a legal requirement for the Managing Authority (care home or hospital)

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to apply to the Supervisory Body (local authority or Primary Care Trust) to have someone assessed where it is believed that it is in their best interests that they should be deprived of their liberty to prevent them from harm. Within Derbyshire the supervisory bodies are Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire County Primary Care Trust . The Supervisory Body arranges assessments and either grants or declines the Managing Authority s request for authorisation to deprive the person of their liberty.

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Legal protection continued Who does the legislation apply to? The MCA DOL safeguards apply to anyone: - aged 18 and over - who suffers from a mental disorder or disability of the mind ‒ such as dementia or a profound learning disability - who lacks the capacity to give informed consent to the arrangements made for their care and / or treatment and - for whom deprivation of liberty (within the meaning of Article 5 of the ECHR) is considered after an independent assessment to be necessary in their best interests to protect them from harm.

The safeguards are designed to ensure that a person s loss of liberty is lawful. There are three elements to the safeguards: • to provide the person with a representative • to allow a right of challenge to the Court of Protection against the unlawful deprivation of liberty • to provide a right for deprivation of liberty to be reviewed and monitored regularly. Contact Call Derbyshire (08456 058 058 or 01629 533190) if you require more information.

Comments, compliments and complaints All organisations need to know how they are performing. They are happy to receive your feedback on their service whether they are compliments or complaints. Feel free to tell them what you think and your comments can be used constructively to improve the service. If you do need to make a complaint you should feel able to complain about any aspect of your care that affects your happiness or comfort. This could be about the way you are treated by a staff member or the quality of the food you are served. You can also make comments and suggestions about possible improvements to your surroundings and the services provided. Making a complaint should not be difficult for you. Providers are required under national standards to have a simple and easy to use complaints procedure that they will be happy to give you. If you are concerned about the care that you, a friend or a relative is receiving, it makes sense to speak to the Manager before you take any further action. The problem may be resolved quite easily once they are made aware of it.

However, if you need to make a formal complaint, you should initially contact the registered owners of the service. They have a duty to respond to any complaints made. If your complaint is about a breach of regulations you can contact the Care Quality Commission. If you have a complaint about the services that Derbyshire County Council provides, we have a simple procedure to help you when things go wrong. The Council is committed to providing quality, flexible and imaginative support that is designed to meet each person s needs and can be contacted via the website or by writing to: Derbyshire County Council Adult Care County Hall, Matlock Derbyshire DE4 3AG Email: yourviews@derbyshire.gov.uk Call Derbyshire 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 A leaflet called Have Your Say is available on the Derbyshire County Council website or via Call Derbyshire.

How solicitors can help A solicitor can give you impartial advice about wills, making gifts, estate planning and Powers of Attorney. Some can also offer guidance on immediate and long-term care plans, ensuring (if applicable) the NHS has made the correct contribution to your fees.

Whether you remain in your own home or move into sheltered or residential care, you may qualify for financial assistance in the form of social care and NHS-funded care and welfare benefits. If you are self-funding your care and have a contract with your care provider, it is important

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How solicitors can help continued to speak to solicitors with experience in this ďŹ eld. Any contract should explain: the cost of care, what services are included in the price and how often this is reviewed; what complaints procedure is in place; what your rights are and the obligations of the care provider under the contract; the procedure for cancelling a contract and the administering of

medication. The Citizen s Advice Bureau oďŹ&#x20AC;er an advice service and will be able to recommend solicitors in your area. For further advice and information, call this Directory s independent advice line: 0800 38 92 077 provided by FirstStop Advice.

The Derbyshire Care Homes Association The purpose of the Derbyshire Care Homes Association (DCHA) is to represent the independent care sector and exchange ideas on how to improve the quality of life for people resident in care homes. We meet regularly with the local authorities, the Primary Care Trust and the Care Quality Commission to lobby and consult on behalf of our residents and care providers. At the DCHA we know from experience that a good care home can help transform people s lives, give them new friendships and opportunities, help them realise independence and provide personal care with dignity and understanding. We want to ensure that all those in care are provided with the highest standard of service at the best value for money. In recent years the media, which have very little understanding of social care, prefer to highlight poor practice and sometimes care homes are sucked into debates which are really about hospitals. However, to be in a care home is not like being in hospital. People are free to go out with

friends and relatives and will be encouraged and helped to continue with their interests and hobbies. Regular activities and outings are also organised. As well as having rights within the home, there is also a legal right to choose which care home you wish to live in. We want all those resident in care homes to feel happy and positive with the choice they have made. If you receive funding support from the local authority to pay for care home fees you may need a relative or friend to pay a top-up charge to the care home on top of what the local authority contributes. It is common for people moving into a care home to re-discover what life has to oďŹ&#x20AC;er, make new friends, learn new skills and to start enjoying life again. The help that a person receives in a care home will be planned to meet their speciďŹ c needs in such a way that privacy, dignity and independence are maintained at the highest level. Derbyshire Care Homes Association Email: michael.poxton@ashmere.co.uk www.derbyshirecare.org.uk

The Derbyshire Home Care Association The Derbyshire Home Care Association (DHCA) is the oďŹ&#x192;cial representative body for all independent providers of care at home in Derbyshire. Membership is open to all home care providers who are registered with the Care Quality Commission and who are on Derbyshire County Council s approved list. The primary objectives of the DHCA are: â&#x20AC;˘ to promote excellence in home care in Derbyshire through shared knowledge and awareness,

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The Derbyshire Home Care Association continued and with the elected cabinet member for Adult Services, we keep abreast of the County Council s thinking and planning and we have an active role in discussing and influencing the policies which affect the future of home care provision in Derbyshire. The Association has a committee of four officers elected from the membership who represent the DHCA at consultative meetings with the County Council. The main business of the Association takes place at meetings held every three months, which are open to all members. From time to time, guest speakers are invited to present topics of interest. These include areas such as Training Provision, Quality Standards, CQC, Changes in Registration, Inspection and Legislation.

The home care sector is undergoing massive changes and the DHCA is still active in working in partnership with the County Council in assisting in the implementation and development of these key changes to the provision of personal and social care. Because of the importance of the role that the DHCA plays, we feel that it is important that all agencies share our voice and are keen to encourage membership from all home care agencies in Derbyshire. For further information, or if you would like to become a member, please contact the Chairman: Stephen Sowden on 01246 260280 or email at pegasuscare@btconnect.com or the Secretary: Glenda Law at independantcarelink@yahoo.co.uk

Paying for care Self-funding advice If you have capital or savings of more than £23,250 you will have to pay for any long term residential care services you require but you are still entitled to an assessment of your needs by the Adult Care Department. If you have assets of less than £14,250, your contribution will be assessed only on your income and the local authority meets the shortfall subject to local funding limits (see chart on page 34). If you have savings between £14,250 and £23,250, a sliding scale operates whereby you must pay £1 per week for each £250 you have between these amounts in addition to making a contribution from your income. Assuming you will be moving into care, you may be entitled to some of the following financial assistance and support, subject to an assessment of need. Twelve-week property disregard If your former home is included in your financial assessment but your other capital is less than £23,250, and your income is not enough to meet your care home fees, the Council will help with the cost during the first twelve weeks of permanent care provided they agree that care is needed. For more information on paying for care if you own a property please see our fact sheet Your property and paying for care .

Deferred Payment Agreements After the twelve-week property disregard period, any financial help from the Council will be charged against the value of your home and recovered once your house has been sold or from your estate. However, the Council may limit how much they will pay and it may affect your entitlement to Pension Credit or Income Support if your property is not seen to be on the market and becomes treated as capital by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP). Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance These benefits are non-means tested, nontaxable benefits from the DWP paid at the lower rate of £51.85 per week for those needing care by day or night, and at a higher rate of £77.45 for those needing care both during the day and night. Everyone who needs care can, and should, claim these benefits but they will only remain in payment if you are funding your own care. If the Council is making a contribution towards your care then Attendance Allowance may stop being paid whilst you are waiting to sell your property. Continued on page 32 >>

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Self-funding advice continued NHS Nursing Care Contribution Whether you are a temporary or permanent resident, if you live in a care home that provides nursing care you may be entitled to a non-means-tested NHS Nursing Care Contribution (currently ÂŁ108.70 per week for the standard rate) towards the cost of your nursing care. This is paid directly to the home. NHS Continuing Care Funding You can receive continuing healthcare services in any setting, including your own home or in a designated care home. The NHS will pay if you need healthcare from a community nurse or a therapist as well as personal care to help you at home like having a bath or dressing. If you live in a care home with nursing (traditionally called a nursing home ), you may qualify for the full cost of your care home fees, including board and accommodation, under the National Framework for NHS Continuing Healthcare. If you live in a care home providing only personal care and need help from a registered nurse, this will be free, covered by the NHS again.

Running out of money If your capital is likely to reduce to ÂŁ23,250 through payment of care home fees, you must let the Council know well in advance as they may step in to help with your care fees. They must conduct an assessment of your situation and will make a contribution - described on page 6. If the home you have chosen charges more than Derbyshire s fee levels, as shown in the table on page 34, you must ďŹ nd someone to help pay the diďŹ&#x20AC;erence â&#x20AC;&#x2019; a top-up payment. Whoever does this, whether family or a benevolent charity, they should realise that they may have to pay this for the duration of your time in care and the cost could rise. Alternatively, you would have to ďŹ nd a cheaper home or room. Understanding your rights before moving into care is essential. There are a number of ďŹ nancial products and specialist companies who may be able to help. It is important to seek advice before committing yourself.

What will you have to pay for your care? Do you have capital or savings in excess of ÂŁ23,250?

No... Your local authority will share the costs with you.

The value of your home is included when assessing capital unless: â&#x20AC;˘ Your partner or â&#x20AC;˘ A relative who is over 60 or incapacitated or â&#x20AC;˘ A child under 16 who you or a former partner maintain still lives there.

How much? To work out how much they will pay, you must arrange a Community Care assessment. This will deďŹ ne your care needs and how they will be best met and also assess your ďŹ nancial situation. Whichever homes you consider must be able to meet your needs. Your choice of care home will be limited to those that accept your local authority s funding level. More expensive homes will expect you to arrange a third party to top-up the diďŹ&#x20AC;erence. You are not allowed to do this yourself if your capital is below ÂŁ23,250. If your capital is less than ÂŁ14,250, and the home you choose charges fees that are within your local authority s funding rate, your contribution will be assessed only on your income.

Yes... Arrange for a Community Care assessment with your local authority to deďŹ ne your care needs. Whichever homes you consider must be able to meet your assessed care needs. If, apart from your property, your savings are less than ÂŁ23,250, your local authority can help with your care costs for the ďŹ rst twelve weeks. After this time, any money from them will be regarded as a loan and will need to be repaid once your house is sold.

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What will you have to pay for your care? continued With capital between £14,250 and £23,250 you will be expected to contribute £1 per week for every £250 you have above £14,250 in addition to your income. For more detailed information on paying for care please ask for our leaflet Paying for care in a care home . Whatever your circumstances... Remember: • If your partner still lives at home, they will not be means-tested. If you have a private pension, only half will be considered when you are assessed if you are passing this on to your partner. However, you will need to consider the effect this would have on any benefit claim your partner makes after your move into care, as it may affect their entitlement to other financial help. • Your assessment will be made up of two elements, a care part and a financial one. • A nursing home will generally be more expensive than a residential home offering personal care only.

• Attendance Allowance (if you are over 65), worth either £51.85 or £77.45 per week depending on your care needs. • Disability Living Allowance (if you are under 65). Moving into a nursing home? • You will be eligible for the NHS Nursing Care Contribution ‒ currently £108.70 per week. Always seek advice: • Independent help is available to guide you through your financial options. There may be a number of solutions to retaining your capital whilst paying for care. Please contact your local authority for information on their contribution to care fees. Call Derbyshire 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190. For further advice and information, call this Directory s independent advice line: 0800 38 92 077 provided by FirstStop Advice.

Remember to claim: • Income support (if you are under pension age) • Pension Credit (if you are over pension age) • Savings Credit (if you are over 65)

Local authority contribution towards care in private sector care homes We appreciate that the current financial climate in the care sector is challenging. It is recognised that considerable pressure exists for both those who purchase and those who provide care home placements. Where we can assist with funding support for an individual, the fee rates payable to care homes throughout the County are listed on page 34. Complex or variable needs are assessed individually and can attract additional funding. Fees charged by some homes may be higher than the maximum rates that we can pay for reasons other than complex or variable needs. Please see the section on Third Party Payments on page 34. Where individuals are meeting their full fees without funding from the local authority, the level of fee they will pay will be subject to the agreement they reach with the care provider. People who are

liable to pay the full cost of their care are also entitled to a Social Care assessment of their care needs. It is important to appreciate that care homes not owned or managed by the council are run as private business and as such they are able to decide how much they want to charge for accommodation and care. Funding arrangements can be complex so potential residents are advised to seek advice from Derbyshire County Council. See page 35 for contact details. Whilst we can offer help in negotiating a fee on your behalf, the care home can decide to change their charges from time to time, such as if you decide to move rooms or when you sell your house and become a self ‒funding resident. If you are concerned about any potential future changes in the amount you may have to pay you should discuss this with your social worker at the earliest opportunity.

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Quality Premium payments Derbyshire Adult Care currently operates a local scheme to reinforce quality standards in care homes and home care agencies. Each organisation has been given the opportunity to apply to become a Quality Premium Provider and those who have qualiďŹ ed have demonstrated that they have met standards in staďŹ&#x20AC; training and competence, for which an additional payment is then made by the Council. People choosing a home are advised to ask if the

home is a Quality Premium provider. Bed vacancy information Details of care home vacancies can be obtained by speaking to Call Derbyshire on 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 or by visiting our website at www.derbyshire.gov.uk and following the links to social care and health/adult services/residential accommodation.

Derbyshire fee levels - Adult Care fee rates from 1st April 2012 Nursing care

Nursing fees include PCT payment of ÂŁ108.70 per week

Standard rate

Quality Premium

Older People

ÂŁ501.33

ÂŁ522.33

Physical Disability (<65)

ÂŁ553.83

ÂŁ574.83

Learning Disability

ÂŁ503.85

ÂŁ524.85

Mental Health / Drug & Alcohol

ÂŁ513.93

ÂŁ534.93

Residential care

Standard rate

Older People (No New Placements made at this rate)

ÂŁ364.14

ÂŁ385.14

Older People Very Dep / Mental Health / Drug & Alcohol

ÂŁ380.73

ÂŁ401.73

Physical Disability (< 65)

ÂŁ451.71

ÂŁ472.71

Learning Disability

ÂŁ401.73

ÂŁ422.73

Day care

Standard rate

Residential & Nursing

ÂŁ31.11

Quality Premium

Figures mentioned here may change after April 2013

Please contact your local authority for further information on their contribution to care fees.

Call Derbyshire on 0845 058 058

Third party payments If the home you choose costs more that the rate we can pay for someone with your needs, you will have the choice to ask someone else to make an additional payment. This means that they will have to pay the diďŹ&#x20AC;erence between the Council s rate and the amount the home charges. This additional payment is often referred to as a top-up or third party top-up . The law says that you are not allowed to make this additional payment yourself, except in limited circumstances, such as when you have a Deferred Payment Agreement (explained on page 31). Therefore, the additional payment normally has to be made by someone else, for example, a family member or charity.

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Before anyone agrees to make additional payments on your behalf they should be aware that the amount could increase and they need to be conďŹ dent that they can sustain the payments for as long as they are required. If the additional payments stop being paid, for any reason, then you should seek help and advice from the local authority. Once it has been established that someone is willing and able to make these payments they will be asked to sign an agreement to formalise the arrangement. More comprehensive guidance is available from your Social Worker. Call Derbyshire: 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190.

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Useful contacts Local useful contacts Adult Care Derbyshire County Council County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3AG Tel: 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 Email: call.centre@derbyshire.gov.uk www.derbyshire.gov.uk

Derbyshire Carers Association Provides a range of confidential and independent services, helping carers to care. White House, The Willows, Slack Lane, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3HF Tel: 01773 743355 Email: derbyshirecarers@btconnect.com

Age Concern and Help the Aged have combined forces and are now called Age UK in some areas. Age Concern Derby and Derbyshire Working for all older people in Derbyshire. Tel: 01773 768240 www.ageconcernderbyshire.org.uk

Derbyshire Disability Coalition for Inclusive Living (DDCIL) Aims to provide independent, integrated living opportunities to disabled people through a range of services. Park Road, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3EF Tel: 01773 740246

Alzheimer s Society ‒ local branches Offer advice and support to people with dementia and their carers.

Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health Works to improve mental health, reduce stigma and help people live independently in the community. Stancliffe House, Molyneux Business Park, Whitworth Road, Darley Dale, Matlock DE4 2HJ Tel: 01629 733915

Derby and Derbyshire South branch Tel: 01332 208845 Email: derby@alzheimers.org.uk Chesterfield/North West Derbyshire branch Tel: 01246 223366 Email: derbyshirenorth@alzheimers.org.uk Amber Valley Council for Voluntary Services The local organisation for the district s voluntary sector and the main provider of support for local voluntary and community groups. 33 Market Place, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3HA Tel: 01773 512076 www.ambervalleycvs.org.uk Chesterfield Law Centre 44 Park Road, Chesterfield S40 1XZ Tel: 01246 550674 Citizens Advice Bureau See your telephone directory for local offices. Crossroads Care Derby, South Derbyshire and Erewash Tel: 01332 344448 www.crossroads.org.uk/dsd&e East Midlands Tel: 0115 962 8920 www.emcrossroads.co.uk

Disability Direct Aims to facilitate independent living opportunities for disabled people. The Enterprise Centre, 20 Royal Scot Road, Pride Park, Derby DE24 8AJ Tel: 01332 299449 Type Talk: 18001 01332 299449 Email: info@disabilitydirect.com Home from Hospital Scheme A free short term service for people aged 50 and over, to ensure they are safe and confident when returning from hospital. Amber Valley CVS 33 Market Place, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3HA Tel: 01773 512076 Email: admin@avcvs.org www.ambervalleycvs.org.uk Integrated Community Equipment Service Supplies equipment across Derbyshire (excluding Derby City and Tameside). Tel: Call Derbyshire 08456 058 058 or 01629 533190 Patient and Liaison Services (PALS) On the spot help, advice and support for NHS patients, relatives and carers. Tel: 0800 783 7279 Amber Valley and Erewash: Email: palsave@derbyshirecountypct.nhs.uk Continued on page 36 >>>

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Local useful contacts continued ChesterďŹ eld, Bolsover and North East Derbyshire: Email: nedc.pals@derbyshirecountypct.nhs.uk

High Peak, Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire: Email: pals.staďŹ&#x20AC;2@derbyshirecountypct.nhs.uk

National useful contacts Age UK (sometimes called Age Concern in some areas) Aims to improve later life for everyone through information and advice, campaigns, products, training and research. Advice line: 0800 169 6565 www.ageuk.org.uk Association of Charity OďŹ&#x192;cers, The The national umbrella body for benevolent charities who provide aid and advice to individuals in need. Helpline: 0808 802 2000 www.aco.uk.net Carers UK The voice of carers and the only carer-led organisation working for all carers. Tel: 020 7378 4999 www.carersuk.org Care Quality Commission (CQC) Head OďŹ&#x192;ce National regulator of care services. St Nicholas Building, St Nicholas Street Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1NB Tel: 03000 616161 www.cqc.org.uk Counsel and Care Provides in-depth advice and information plus conducts research and campaigning work Telephone the advice line on: 0845 300 7585 www.counselandcare.org.uk Department of Health Telephone the customer service centre on: 020 7210 4850 www.dh.gov.uk Elderly Accommodation Counsel Helping older people make informed choices about meeting their housing and care needs. Advice line on: 0800 377 7070 www.eac.org.uk FirstStop Advice Advice and information on all aspects of care, accommodation, housing, ďŹ nance and rights for older people. Care Advice Line: 0800 38 92 077 Finance Advice Line: 0800 31 02 011 www.ďŹ rststopadvice.org.uk

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Friends of the Elderly Supporting older people to remain in their own homes by providing practical services Tel: 020 7730 8263 www.fote.org.uk IndependentAge The main aim of this charity is to help older people on low incomes to live with dignity and independence. Tel: 020 7605 4200 www.independentage.org.uk National Association for Providers of Activities for Older People (NAPA) NAPA is a voluntary organisation dedicated to increasing the proďŹ le and understanding of the activity needs of older people. Tel: 020 7078 9375 www.napa-activities.co.uk National Centre for Independent Living The website gives advice on independent living, direct payments and individual budgets for people with disabilities and others working in this ďŹ eld. Tel: 020 7582 2489 www.ncil.org.uk Pension Service The Pension Service website is published by the Government and provides information for individuals about pensions and other beneďŹ ts for people aged 60+ in the UK, whether you are planning for the future, are about to retire or have already retired. It also has information about pensions for pension providers/advisers and employers. Tel: 0845 60 60 265 for general enquiries www.thepensionservice.gov.uk United Kingdom Home Care Association Ltd (UKHCA) United Kingdom Home Care Association Ltd (UKHCA) is the professional association of home care providers from the independent, voluntary, not-for-proďŹ t and statutory sectors. Tel: 020 8288 5291 www.ukhca.co.uk

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That’s why we’re one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers Our care homes and nursing homes are unique and we're proud to offer consistently high standards of service and care. In a Four Seasons Health Care home, we consider the individual and ensure that the care they receive has been designed with them in mind, with the emphasis on enhancing their well being. We are able to provide a range of care options including residential, nursing and dementia care services for both long stay and short stay respite clients at the homes listed below, specialist PEARL dementia care is available at Ashcroft Care Home. Contact one of our homes directly using the details below, or for further information please visit www.fshc.co.uk

ASHCROFT CARE HOME 18 Lee Road, Hady, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 0BT Tel: 01246 204956 E: ashcroft@fshc.co.uk BRANKSOME CARE HOME 56 St Johns Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6TR Tel: 01298 26230 E: the.branksome@fshc.co.uk BRIMINGTON CARE HOME 73-77 Manor Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S43 1NN Tel: 01246 559777 E: brimington@fshc.co.uk HADDON HOUSE CARE HOME 38 Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8AW Tel: 0115 9441641 E: haddon.house@fshc.co.uk HIGHFIELD HOUSE CARE HOME 28 Clifton Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1DT Tel: 01335 342273 E: highfield.house@fshc.co.uk KILBURN CARE HOME Dale Park Avenue, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 0NR Tel: 01332 880644 / 882853 E: kilburn@fshc.co.uk THE CEDARS & LARCHES CARE HOME 16 Queens Drive, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5GR Tel: 0115 9440166 E: cedars.larches@fshc.co.uk THE HEIGHTS CARE HOME Ankerbold Road, Old Tupton, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42 6BX Tel: 01246 250345 E: the.heights@fshc.co.uk THE LODGE CARE HOME (KILLAMARSH) Bridge Street, Killamarsh, Derbyshire S21 1AH Tel: 01142 476678 E: the.lodge.killamarsh@fshc.co.uk THE VALE CARE HOME Castle Lane, Bolsover, Derbyshire S44 6PS Tel: 01246 824252 E: the.vale@fshc.co.uk WHITTINGTON CARE CENTRE 40 Holland Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S41 9HF Tel: 01246 260906 E: whittington@fshc.co.uk


High Peak

To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

High Peak care homes with nursing BRANKSOME CARE HOME 56 St. John s Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6TR Tel: 01298 26230 Places: 34 OP Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37

OAKFORD MANOR NURSING HOME Newshaw Lane, HadďŹ eld, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 2AJ Tel: 01457 861117 Places: 50 OP / DEM / PD / SI / YA Provider: RushcliďŹ&#x20AC;e Care Ltd

DERBY HOUSE NURSING HOME 12 Broad Walk, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6JS Tel: 01298 23414 Places: 31 OP / PD Provider: Derby House Nursing Home Ltd Advert below

PORTLAND NURSING HOME 8 Park Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6SG Tel: 01298 23040 Places: 40 OP Provider: Mr Joginder Singh Rai Advert Outside Back Cover

LODGE NURSING HOME HayďŹ eld Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, Derbyshire SK23 0QH Tel: 01298 814032 Places: 36 OP Provider: Select Healthcare MERSEYBANK NURSING HOME Carriage Drive, HadďŹ eld, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1PJ Tel: 01457 855175 Places: 74 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Craegmoor Ltd

DerbyNursing House Home

12 Broad Walk, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6JS Telephone: (01298) 23414 & 79522 Website: www.derby-house.co.uk Email: info@derby-house.co.uk

Situated in the centre of Buxton overlooking the Pavilion Gardens, Derby House is an early Victorian building dating back to the mid 19th Century. The Home has excellent access to public facilities and transport links. Owned and run by the Brindley family since 1980 we provide 24 hour nursing care and are experienced in catering for the needs of elderly people with many varied conditions. â&#x20AC;˘ Visiting chiropodist, dentist, and optician. â&#x20AC;˘ Specially adapted bathrooms. â&#x20AC;˘ Open visiting. â&#x20AC;˘ Home cooked food and various specialised diets catered for.

RATED AS A  QUALITY HOME BY THE CQC

We aim to help our residents achieve their potential in life. Privacy, dignity and individuality are of prime importance, along with good food and a warm, clean environment, in which residents can feel totally safe. Please call to discuss your requirements, request a brochure or arrange a visit.

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Area care High Peakhomes care homes with nursing continued 4 MANCHESTER ROAD Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6SB Tel: 01298 24566 Places: 13 OP / Dem / PD / LDA / MH / SI / YA Provider: Moore Care (Registered) Ltd

PENNINE CARE CENTRE Off Turnlee Road, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 6JW Tel: 01457 862466 Places: 64 OP / Dem Provider: Canterbury Care Homes Ltd

ARGYLE RESIDENTIAL HOME 24/25 Broad Walk, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6JR Tel: 01298 23059 Places: 24 OP / Dem Provider: Argyle Residential Home Ltd

PHOENIX LODGE 68a Low Leighton Road, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire SK22 4PJ Tel: 01663 749257 Places: 16 PD / LDA / YA Provider: Phoenix Cottages Ltd

BEECHWOOD HOUSE 202 Woolley Bridge Road, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1PQ Tel: 01457 867268 Places: 10 OP Provider: Mrs Bridie Kalligas, Mr Konstandinos Kalligas

REDCOURT Hollincross Lane, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8JH Tel: 01457 852687 Places: 36 LDA Provider: St. Christopher s Trust (Glossop) Ltd

ECCLESFOLD Manchester Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, High Peak, Derbyshire SK23 9TJ Tel: 01629 531013 Places: 6 OP (Respite Only) Provider: Derbyshire County Council

RISINGS CARE HOME Primrose Lane, Simmondley, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 6LW Tel: 01457 853770 Places: 17 OP/ Dem Provider: The Risings Care Home Ltd

GABLES CARE HOME 37 Manchester Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6TD Tel: 01298 70567 Places: 23 OP Provider: Mr and Mrs Jaraslow Antoni Rzepa

TARRY HILL 1-7 Cale Road, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire SK22 4LW Tel: 01663 746440 Places: 26 OP / LDA / YA Provider: HC-One Ltd

GOYT VALLEY HOUSE Jubilee Street, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire SK22 4PA Tel: 01629 532694 Places: 30 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council HAWTHORNS CARE HOME 5 Burlington Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 9AR Tel: 01298 23700 Places: 34 OP / Dem Provider: The Salvation Army HOLLIN KNOWLE 78 Fairfield Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 7DR Tel: 01298 22534 Places: 19 OP Providers: Mr Mohammed Shamsul Islam, Mrs Shajeda Islam PAVILION CARE CENTRE 36 St. John s Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6XJ Tel: 01298 71422 Places: 32 OP Provider: Guardian Care Homes Ltd PENDLEBURY COURT CARE HOME St. Mary s Road, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8DN Tel: 01457 854599 Places: 39 OP / Dem Provider: Pendlebury Care Homes Ltd

WATFORD HOUSE CARE HOME Watford Road, New Mills, High Peak, Derbyshire SK22 4EJ Tel: 01663 742052 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: JTV Care Homes Ltd WELBY CROFT Crossings Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, Derbyshire SK23 9RY Tel: 01298 812797 Places: 24 OP / Dem Provider: Argyle Residential Home Ltd WHITESTONES 139 Manchester Road, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, Derbyshire SK23 9TW Tel: 01629 531276 Places: 41 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council WILLOWBANK RESIDENTIAL HOME Albert Street, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1DG Tel: 01457 868594 Places: 18 OP / Dem Provider: Willowbank Residential Home Of Hadfield Ltd

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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ChesterďŹ eld To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

ChesterďŹ eld care homes with nursing ASHCROFT CARE HOME 18 Lee Road, Hady, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 0BT Tel: 01246 204956 Places: 42 OP / Dem Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Ltd Advert page 37 ASHGATE HOUSE CARE HOME Ashgate Road, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S42 7JE Tel: 01246 566958 Places: 34 OP / Dem Provider: Ashgate Care Limited Advert page 41

GREEN NURSING HOME (HASLAND) 45 The Green, Hasland, ChesterďŹ eld S41 0LW Tel: 01246 556321 Places: 40 OP Provider: The Green Nursing Homes Ltd OAKWOOD BUNGALOWS NURSING HOME Devon Court, Devon Drive, Hollingwood, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1DX Tel: 01246 476222 Places: 11 LDA Provider: Mrs A Gibbins and Dr E De Saram

BROOKHOLME CROFT Woodstock Drive, OďŹ&#x20AC; Challands Way, Hasland, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 0EU Tel: 01246 230006 Places: 45 OP Provider: Dr A P and Mrs A P Matthews Advert page 3

SPRINGBANK HOUSE 17 Ashgate Road, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S40 4AA Tel: 01246 237396 Places: 41 OP / Dem Provider: Hill Care Ltd Advert page 41

BROOMHOUSE NURSING HOME Broomhill Road, Old Whittington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 9EB Tel: 01246 260697 Places: 40 LDA / YA Provider: Intacare Limited

ST MICHAEL S NURSING & RESIDENTIAL HOME 9 ChesterďŹ eld Road, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1AB Tel: 01246 558828 Places: 39 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Sun Care Homes Ltd Advert page 41

CHATSWORTH LODGE NURSING HOME 410 Chatsworth Road, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S40 3BQ Tel: 01246 556655 Places: 40 OP Provider: Leyton Healthcare (No 3) Ltd ELMWOOD HOUSE NURSING HOME Elm Street, Hollingwood, ChesterďŹ eld S43 2LW Tel: 01246 477077 Places: 40 Dem / PD / LDA / MH / SI / YA Provider: Elmcare Ltd FISHER CLOSE NURSING HOME Grangewood Farm Estate, Walton, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S40 2UN Tel: 01246 200138 Places: 15 PD / LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd

TAPTON GROVE Grove Road, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld S43 1QH Tel: 01246 274178 Places: 47 Dem / MH Provider: Sun Health Care Ltd WHITTINGTON CARE CENTRE 40 Holland Road, Old Whittington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 9HF Tel: 01246 260906 Places: 48 OP / Dem Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 WHITTINGTON VILLAGE 119 Handley Road, New Whittington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 2EF Tel: 01246 455000 Places: 16 OP / Dem Provider: Olugbolahan Adesanya & Mrs Josephine Olaide Adesanya

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Area care homes ChesterďŹ eld care with homes nursing with nursing continued continued WOODLANDS CARE HOME Wardgate Way, Holme Hall, ChesterďŹ eld S40 4SL Tel: 01246 231191 Places: 50 OP / Dem Provider: Midland Health Care Ltd Advert below

WILLOWS NURSING HOME 7 Norbriggs Road, Woodthorpe, Mastin Moor, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 3BW Tel: 01246 280539 Places: 41 OP / Dem Provider: Craegmoor Ltd

St Michaels Nursing and Residential Home A comfortable environment where residents are able to enjoy a fulfilling, relaxing and secure lifestyle. â&#x20AC;˘ Dementia care â&#x20AC;˘ Quality premium rated home â&#x20AC;˘ Dedicated team of friendly and qualified staff â&#x20AC;˘ All rooms en-suite â&#x20AC;˘ Tastefully furnished rooms â&#x20AC;˘ Quiet lounge plus 3 day lounges â&#x20AC;˘ Private rear garden and patio â&#x20AC;˘ Special diets catered for 9 Chesterfield Road â&#x20AC;˘ Brimington â&#x20AC;˘ Chesterfield â&#x20AC;˘ Derbyshire â&#x20AC;˘ S43 1AB Telephone: 01246 558828 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: 01246 233768 E-mail: suncarehomes@hotmail.com

Ashgate House Care Home Safe, relaxed and homely, Ashgate House offers residential and nursing care for elderly people with dementia â&#x20AC;˘ Person-centred care â&#x20AC;˘ Caring staff (staff are provided with specialist training and development) â&#x20AC;˘ Achieved 97% on the Primary Care Trust Audit for 2011/2012 â&#x20AC;˘ Home cooked food made with local produce â&#x20AC;˘ Large open day areas with some beautiful views over Derbyshire countryside â&#x20AC;˘ Extensive gardens and patio areas â&#x20AC;˘ Purpose built 18 room extension planned for construction in 2012/2013 â&#x20AC;˘ Daily activities Ashgate Road â&#x20AC;˘ Old Brampton â&#x20AC;˘ Chesterfield â&#x20AC;˘ Derbyshire â&#x20AC;˘ S42 7JE Tel: 01246 566958 Fax: 01246 566216 Email: ashgatenursing@btconnect.com Putting People First

       

Accredited by Nursing & Midwifery Council

Woodlands is carefully designed to provide purpose built accommodation, located in its own grounds at Wardgate Way. The Home provides 24 hour skilled dual registered care for 50 Nursing, Residential and Dementia care clients. In addition the home is able to provide Respite Care in Single and Companion rooms.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;We aim to create a homely and caring environmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; We organise events, outings and activities particularly in the Summer months. For a trial visit please call the manager, Jane, on the number below.

Wardgate Way, Holme Hall, Chesterfield S40 4SL Telephone: 01246 231191

Email: jane.tinsley.woodlands@gmail.com

17 Ashgate Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S40 4AA Tel: 01246 237396 Web: www.hillcare.net

Springbank House

Springbank House Care Home is situated near the centre of the beautiful market town of Chesterfield, most famous for its crooked spire. It is within walking distance of the town centre, bus station, shops and many other attractions. Springbank House provides 24 hour care for people requiring both residential and nursing care. The home provides a homely and friendly atmosphere for 41 people who can enjoy the comfort of this home. Many of our bedrooms have enâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;suite facilities. All rooms have a nurse call alarm system and a T.V point. Both furniture and decoration are maintained to a high standard. Springbank House has two lounge/dining rooms, a conservatory and a further separate dining room. The conservatory opens out onto the lawns and garden where many people spend enjoyable hours especially during the summer months. Our activities coordinator organises daily activities and events/entertainment.

Please contact the Home Manager on 01246 237396 Email: springbank.house@hillcare.net

Ashleigh

Residential Home

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Gladstone Road, ChesterďŹ eld S40 4TE Tel: 01246 235162 Email: ashleighrh#fsmail.net

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ChesterďŹ eld care homes 11 DENBY ROAD Inkersall, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 3RR Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 4 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd 11 HEATHERVALE CLOSE Hasland, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 OHY Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 5 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd 24 STAND ROAD Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 8SW Tel: 01246 455025 Places: 3 LDA Provider: Community Care Services 33 STATION ROAD Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1JU Tel: 01246 205801 Places: 6 LDA Provider: United Response 9 VICTORIA STREET Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1HY Tel: 01629 537413 Places: 18 LDA Provider: Derbyshire County Council ABILITY ASH LODGE 73 Old Road, ChesterďŹ eld , Derbyshire S40 2RA Tel: 01246 231256 Places: 2 PD / LDA / MH / SI / YA / DA Provider: ChesterďŹ eld & District Society for People with a Learning Disability ASHLEIGH RESIDENTIAL HOME 15 Gladstone Road, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S40 4TE Tel: 01246 235162 Places: 25 OP / Dem Provider: Ashleigh Residential Home Advert page 41 BANK CLOSE HOUSE Hasland Road, Hasland, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 0RZ Tel: 01246 208833 Places: 27 OP Provider: Vital Balance Ltd Advert page 44 BRIMINGTON CARE HOME 73-77 Manor Road, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1NN Tel: 01246 559777 Places: 45 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 BROOKHOLME CARE HOME 23 Somersall Lane, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S40 3LA Tel: 01246 569662 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Rosecare (Brookholme LLP) Advert page 43

CEDAR LODGE Devon Court, 109 Devon Drive, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1DX Tel: 01246 477047 Places: 10 LDA Provider: Mrs Ann Gibbins and Dr Edward De Saram CORNERWAYS 148 - 150 South Street North, New Whittington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 2AD Tel: 01246 452148 Places: 6 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd DERWENT HOUSE Ulverston Road, Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld S41 8EW Tel: 01629 537515 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council ELM LODGE CARE HOME Stand Road, Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 8SJ Tel: 01246 456755 Places: 40 Dem Provider: Amocura Ltd FRANCIS HOUSE CARE HOME 2 Eckington Road, Staveley, ChesterďŹ eld S43 3XZ Tel: 01246 470690 Places: 6 MH / DA Provider: Francis House Ltd HEATHERVALE Heathervale Road, Hasland, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 0HZ Tel: 01246 221569 Places: 39 OP / Dem Provider: Anchor Trust LANGDALE LODGE 56 Selhurst Road, Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld S41 7HR Tel: 01246 550204 Places: 23 Op / Dem Provider: Ms Neemat Kassam, Mrs Yasmin Nazir Kassam LAUREL GROVE 9 Wessex Close, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1GB Tel: 01246 271826 Places: 3 LDA Provider: Mrs Ann Gibbins and Dr Edward De Saram LAURIESTON HOUSE 118 Hady Hill, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 0EF Tel: 01246 238213 Places: 5 LDA Provider: Laurieston House LITTLEMOOR HOUSE 70 Littlemoor, Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld S41 8QQ Tel: 01246 563150 Places: 5 LDA / YA Provider: Mrs Hilary Inkles

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Brookholme Care Home

Brookholme provides a special environment for the elderly to enhance the quality of their retirement years, in the comfort and security of a caring family atmosphere. Long & short term as well as day care facilities. In house Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist. Our experienced and trained staff provide care, support and stimulation, whilst everyone has the opportunity to be with others and to meet new friends. We are situated in a very pleasant area of Chesterfield close to shops, amenities and Somersall Park. We pride ourselves on a person centred approach which promotes independence and choice. A holistic approach is adopted and directed at the individuals physical, mental, social, cultural and spiritual needs. One to one and group based therapeutic activities, entertainment and outings. An experienced Chef providing an interesting and varied diet for all residents. Special dietary requirements can be catered for. The home has several comfortable lounges, a conservatory and a dining room which ensures guests can visit and have privacy. A picturesque garden that is a delight all year round providing both colour and textures to stimulate the senses. Our residents can always be sure of personal attention and dignified treatment, whilst any need for privacy is understood and respected. Friends and relations are encouraged to visit whenever they please and add to the feeling of being home among friends. For further details and an information pack please contact our Care Manager Christine Lilley.

Brookholme Care Home 23 Somersall Lane, Chesterfield S40 3LA Tel: 01246 569662 Email: brookholme@hotmail.co.uk Web: www.brookholme.co.uk


ChesterďŹ eld care homes continued RAVENSWORTH CARE HOME Markham Road, Duckmanton, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S44 5HP Tel: 01246 823114 Places: 26 OP / Dem / LDA Provider: Mr & Mrs F Renshaw Advert below RED HOUSE 93 SheďŹ&#x192;eld Road, ChesterďŹ eld S41 7JH Tel: 01629 537520 Places: 20 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council RIDGEWOOD HOUSE 13 Dukes Drive, Newbold, ChesterďŹ eld S41 8QB Tel: 01246 237333 Places: 21 OP Provider: Mr Peter Walsh RIVERDALE RESIDENTIAL HOME SheďŹ&#x192;eld Road, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S41 7LL Tel: 01246 275003 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Leyton Healthcare (No 3) Ltd ROBIN S NEST 11 Saddletree View, Mastin Moor, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 3FB Tel: 01246 473591 Places: 2 Dem / PD / LDA / MH / SI Provider: Mrs A. Gibbins, Dr E. Desaram SADDLETREE HOUSE 16 Saddletree View, Mastin Moor, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 3FB Tel: 01246 750333 Places: 2 Dem / LDA / SI / YA Provider: Elmcare Ltd

SPINNEY CARE HOME Lansdown Road, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1BE Tel: 01629 537530 Places: 37 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council STAVELEY RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY CARE CENTRE Calver Crescent, Middlecroft, Staveley, ChesterďŹ eld S43 3NQ Tel: 01629 533057 Places: 32 OP / Dem Provider: Derbyshire County Council SUTTON COURT LODGE 2 ChesterďŹ eld Road, Brimington, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 1AD Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 7 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd

RAVENSWORTH CARE HOME FOR THE ELDERLY

â&#x20AC;˘ Accommodation for 26 residents, from age 55 with dementia through to the elderly â&#x20AC;˘ We make every effort to ensure the comfort and well being of all residents â&#x20AC;˘ We endeavour to satisfy any individual special requirements â&#x20AC;˘ First class food with special diets catered for â&#x20AC;˘ We train all of our staff to NVQ standards â&#x20AC;˘ A range of activities, 5 days a week, by our in-house co-ordinator

Celebrating 25 years in 2009

â&#x20AC;˘ Situated in 1/4 acre of gardens

MARKHAM ROAD â&#x20AC;˘ DUCKMANTON â&#x20AC;˘ CHESTERFIELD â&#x20AC;˘ S44 5HP ( JUST OFF JUNCTION 29A ON THE M1 )

TELEPHONE: 01246 823114 EMAIL: maxine_ravensworth_carehome@yahoo.co.uk

Bank Close House Care Home for the Elderly Bank Close House is set in four acres of gardens and woodlands, five minutes from the historic market town of Chesterfield. Situated in the village of Hasland which offers a large park, local theatre, Post Office, Church, chemist and other shopping facilities. We provide dedicated 24hr care for 27 Elderly people. Private and funded placements. Respite and Day Care available. Many of our rooms are en-suite, and all special needs and diets are catered for. We have a full social programme available for our residents, and transport can be arranged for visitors from local points.

Call in anytime to view or call 01246 208833 for a brochure

Hasland Road, Hasland, Chesterfield Derbyshire S41 0RZ Telephone: 01246

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208833

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Derbyshire Dales To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

Derbyshire Dales care homes with nursing BAKEWELL COTTAGE NURSING HOME Butts Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1EB Tel: 01629 815220 Places: 38 OP / Dem / PD Provider: The Westwick Group Of Businesses Ltd

PRESENTATION SISTERS CARE CENTRE 52 Chesterfield Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3FT Tel: 01629 582953 Places: 36 OP Provider: The Presentation Sisters Advert below

BURTON CLOSES HALL Haddon Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1BG Tel: 01629 814076 Places: 58 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Hill Care Ltd Advert page 46

ST MARY S NURSING HOME Ednaston, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 3BA Tel: 01335 360254 Places: 35 OP / PD Provider: Institute Of Our Lady Of Mercy

DENT HOUSE NURSING HOME 30 Chesterfield Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3DQ Tel: 01629 584172 Places: 10 Dem/ LDA / MH / SI / YA Provider: Caritas Services Ltd HIGHFIELD HOUSE CARE HOME 28 Clifton Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1DT Tel: 01335 342273 Places: 37 OP Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 IVONBROOK CARE HOME Eversleigh Rise, Darley Bridge, Near Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 2JW Tel: 01629 735306 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: David Treasure, Alison Treasure, Mrs Glenys Pamela Wright, Mr A Wright MOORLAND HOUSE Station Road, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Derbyshire S32 1DD Tel: 01433 650582 Places: 48 OP Provider: Methodist Homes For The Aged

THORNHILL HOUSE Church Lane, Great Longstone, Derbyshire DE45 1TB Tel: 01629 640034 Places: 19 OP Provider: John Thornhill Memorial Trust VALLEY LODGE CARE CENTRE Bakewell Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3BN Tel: 01629 583447 Places: 64 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover

The Presentation Sisters Care Centre 52 Chesterfield Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3FT T: 01629 582953 F: 01629 55140 info@presentationcare.co.uk

• We have 36 beds for Quality Nursing or Residential Care. • 'Excellent' scoring from CQC 2009 For further information please contact the Matron or Business Manager on 01629 582953 Charity no: 327357

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Haddon Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1BG Tel: 01629 814076 Web: www.hillcare.net

Burton Closes Hall

Burton Closes Hall is situated on the southern boundary of Bakewell, close to some of DerbyshireĘźs finest open countryside.This elegant mansion was designed by Joseph Paxton and the interior can be attributed to Augustus Pugin, famed for the interior of the Houses of Parliament. The house still retains its decorated ceilings, oak screen work and a beautiful minstrelĘźs gallery. In the grounds we also have the tallest Ash tree in the Peak District National Park. At Burton Closes Hall we have 3 distinct units; Nursing, Residential incorporating Residential Dementia, and Young Physically Disabled Unit. Each unit has its own qualified and dedicated team of staff. Many rooms have superb views, all have en-suite facilities, TV and nurse call system. Qualified nurses and skilled care assistants are on duty 24hrs per day. Additional services include, hairdressing, dental and optical care. We also have a full time activities co-ordinator, who organizes regular outings and a full programme of events.

Please contact the Home Manager on 01629 814076 Email: burton.closes@hillcare.net

Granby House A friendly house for eight older people who don't want to live alone. Each resident has their own cosy room with their own furniture and as much independence as they want. Two meals a day are provided by a caring housekeeper who generally â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;keeps an eyeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on everyone. Couples can sometimes be accommodated. Situated in the beautiful Derbyshire Dales, within the lively village of Youlgrave, Granby House is a non-profit making organisation so charges are very reasonable.

Youlgrave, Derbyshire

To find out more about Granby House for yourself, a friend or relative, please telephone the local secretary on 01629 636836 or write to the House Chairman at Granby House, Alport Lane, Youlgrave, Derbyshire DE45 1WN Email: granbyhouse@googlemail.com Visit: http://granbyhouse.googlepages.com

Derbyshire Dales care homes BIRCHGROVE 82 Lumsdale Road, Upper Lumsdale, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5LB Tel: 01629 584161 Places: 3 LDA Provider: United Response BROOKLANDS, THE 18 Coombs Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AQ Tel: 01629 812023 Places: 19 OP / Dem Provider: Christian Homes For The Elderly Advert page 48 CLOSE RESIDENTIAL CARE CENTRE, THE 20 North Avenue, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1EZ Tel: 01335 345228 Places: 15 OP Provider: Parwich Hospital Trust Advert page 48 DARLEY HALL Park Lane, Two Dales, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 2SD Tel: 01629 735770 Places: 22 OP Provider: Alison Treasure, Mrs Glenys Pamela Wright, Mr A Wright, Mr David John Treasure DOVE HOUSE (DOVERIDGE) Derby Road, Doveridge, Derbyshire DE6 5JY Tel: 01889 560921 Places: 4 LDA / YA Provider: Voyage Ltd

DOVE HOUSE (SUDBURY) Dairy Lane, Sudbury, Derbyshire DE6 5GX Tel: 01283 820304 Places: 42 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Midland Health Care Ltd DOVE HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME (ASHBOURNE) Dovehouse Green, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1FF Tel: 01335 346079 Places: 16 OP Provider: Mrs Kathleen Hill ECCLESBOURNE LODGE Wirksworth Road, DuďŹ&#x192;eld, Derbyshire DE56 4AQ Tel: 07875 463695 Places: 10 LDA / YA Provider: Winslow Court Limited GERNON MANOR Dagnall Gardens, Haddon Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1EN Tel: 01629 532377 Places: 33 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council LEYS, THE Old Derby Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1BT Tel: 01629 532658 Places: 36 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council LILYBANK HAMLET ChesterďŹ eld Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3DQ Tel: 01629 580919 Places: 57 OP / Dem / LDA Provider: Progressive Care (Derbyshire) Ltd Advert page 47

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Person-centred packages to support people in reaching their full potential

Learning Disability Services @ Lilybank Hamlet Residential Care & Supported Living Continuity of care leading to personalised positive outcomes

Incorporating Domiciliary Care

Residential Setting

Supported Living

Independent Living

We provide high quality residential care. This is delivered by our experienced multidisciplinary staff team who are committed to achieving positive outcomes.

Individuals will be encouraged to make independent choices, learn new skills, manage their own tenancies and become an active member of the community.

Our Domiciliary Care and Support Services help to maintain and promote Independence. A 24-hour advice line is available and Floating Services can be activated from this as and when required.

• Challenging Behaviour • Autistic Spectrum Disorder

• Physical Disability • Dementia

Specialists in: • Learning Disabilities • Acquired Brain Injury

For further information about our Lilybank Hamlet services please call us on

0800 043 4334 / 07715 122213 / 01629 580 919 careandsupport@progressivecare.co.uk www.progressivecare.co.uk

Adults and Older People @ Lilybank Hamlet Care and Support The Caring Community At Lilybank we have created a luxurious environment in beautiful surroundings where we aim to enable you to live your life to the full. Our dedicated friendly staff ensure that all your care needs are met, whilst treating you with dignity and respect at all times and encouraging you to do the things you enjoy without the worries of every day living.

Our high quality services include… • Luxury Residential Care • Residential Dementia Care • Tailored Care Services • Domiciliary Care / Support Service • Respite Care • Holiday Stays


Derbyshire Dales care homes LONG MEADOW CARE HOME Bakewell Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3BN Tel: 01629 583986 Places: 40 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Roseberry Care Centres UK Ltd MASSON HOUSE 86 Derby Road, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire DE4 3PY Tel: 01629 55740 Places: 17 OP Provider: Mr Brian Richard Boam, Mrs Hazel Teresa Boam OLD VICARAGE CARE HOME Yeld Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1FJ Tel: 01629 814659 Places: 25 OP Provider: The Westwick Group Of Businesses Ltd

RHODELANDS Babbs Lane, Doveridge, Derbyshire DE6 5JT Tel: 01889 562815 Places: 7 LDA / YA Provider: Voyage Ltd TANSLEY HOUSE Church Street, Tansley, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5FE Tel: 01629 580404 Places: 20 OP Provider: Mr Alan Baranowski, Mr Steve Lomax, Mrs Janet Baranowski TREES CARE HOME 20 Old Derby Road, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1BN Tel: 01335 300767 Places: 3 LDA / YA Provider: Homelife Ltd UNDERHALL RESOURCE CENTRE ChesterďŹ eld Road, Two Dales, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 2SD Tel: 01629 532490 Places: 8 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

THE BROOKLANDS At The Brooklands our aim is to provide a caring environment in which 19 residents, both men and women, can live as independent a life as possible. We respect their age, personal dignity and cultural and religious beliefs.

T: 01629 812023 F: 01629 814105 contact@bakewellresidenalhome.co.uk www.bakewellresidenalhome.co.uk 18 Coombs Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AQ

We do our best to create a friendly and cheerful atmosphere in which they can feel safe and valued. Our on­going aim is to maintain the highest standards in quality care for the elderly upon which our reputaon is built. The Home is a not­for­proďŹ t organisaon with any gis/legacies contribung towards improved addional facilies. Please feel free to come and visit the home, and talk to our residents and staďŹ&#x20AC; and experience the superb locaon set in 18 acres of beauful countryside. Registered Charity No: 14611R

The Close Residential Care Centre

Part of Parwich Hospital Trust Registered Charity 512473

We will preserve the dignity and psychological integrity of the individual within the scope of their wishes by encouraging self-care to its optimum for the individual. â&#x20AC;˘ Short and long term care for 15 individuals, males and females over the age of 60 years. â&#x20AC;˘ Social activities facilitates residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s continuance of interests and hobbies where possible. â&#x20AC;˘ Two TV lounges and a dining/lounge without TV, these are designated as communal space. â&#x20AC;˘ Bathrooms on two floors, one with assisted bath and five toilets. â&#x20AC;˘ Hoists to assist with moving less mobile residents. â&#x20AC;˘ All religious and cultural needs catered for. â&#x20AC;˘ NVQ qualified staff to deliver our services. â&#x20AC;˘ Regular visits include: â&#x20AC;˘ General Practitioner â&#x20AC;˘ District Nurse â&#x20AC;˘ Chiropodist

â&#x20AC;˘ Hairdresser â&#x20AC;˘ Entertainers, Advocate â&#x20AC;˘ Religious ministers

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Happy with everythingâ&#x20AC;? Anon Resident

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The Close, 20 North Avenue, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1EZ Tel:

01335 345228

Web:

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North East Derbyshire To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

North East Derbsyhire care homes with nursing AMBERLEY NURSING HOME Off Cedar Close, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 4BA Tel: 01246 599999 (Head Office) Places: 15 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd

HILL HOUSE CARE HOME 121 High Street, Clay Cross, Chesterfield S45 9DZ Tel: 01246 866202 Places: 29 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Sun Care Homes Ltd Advert page 50

APRIL PARK NURSING HOME West Street, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 4GA Tel: 01246 430683 Places: 40 OP Provider: Meridian Healthcare Ltd

HOLMEWOOD MANOR CARE HOME Barnfield Close, Holmewood, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42 5RH Tel: 01246 260697 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Hill Care Ltd Advert page 51

ASH LODGE (MEADOW VIEW) Church Lane, Calow, Chesterfield S44 5AG Tel: 01246 599999 Places: 13 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Limited BARNFIELD MANOR CARE HOME Barnfield Close, Holmewood, Chesterfield S42 5RH Tel: 01246 855899 Places: 39 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Hallmark Healthcare (Holmewood) Ltd BROOKVIEW NURSING HOME Holmley Lane, Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 6HQ Tel: 01246 414618 Places: 60 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Brookview Nursing Home Ltd ECKINGTON COURT NURSING HOME 7 Penny Engine Lane, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 4BF Tel: 01246 430066 Places: 50 OP / PD / YA Provider: Southern Cross Care Management Ltd GREEN NURSING HOME 2 Green Lane, Dronfield, Derbyshire S18 1LJ Tel: 01246 291515 Places: 41 OP Provider: The Green Nursing Homes Ltd HEIGHTS CARE HOME, THE Ankerbold Road, Old Tupton, Chesterfield S42 6BX Tel: 01246 250345 Places: 36 OP Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37

LODGE CARE HOME, THE Bridge Street, Killamarsh, Derbyshire S21 1AH Tel: 01142 476678 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 MORTON GRANGE Stretton Road, Morton, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 6HD Tel: 01246 866888 Places: 66 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Inverhome Ltd Advert page 78 and Inside Back Cover NETHERMORE CARE HOME 50/52 Bridge Street, Killamarsh, Derbyshire S21 1AL Tel: 01142 481418 Places: 32 OP / Dem Provider: Nethermoor Care Home Ltd OLD VICARAGE NURSING HOME Stretton Road, Clay Cross, Chesterfield S45 9AQ Tel: 01246 866770 Places: 40 OP Provider: The Old Vicarage Care Home Ltd ROWAN LODGE (MEADOW VIEW) Church Lane, Calow, Chesterfield S44 5AG Tel: 01246 599999 Places: 7 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Limited

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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North East Derbsyhire care homes 1-3 LARCH ROAD Eckington, Derbyshire S31 9ED Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 8 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd

GABLES RETIREMENT HOME Heath Road, Holmewood, ChesterďŹ eld S42 5SJ Tel: 01246 855152 Places: 35 OP Provider: Mr David William O Brien

23 CECIL ROAD DronďŹ eld, Derbyshire S18 2GW Tel: 01246 291673 Places: 6 LDA / YA Provider: Voyage Ltd

GRANGE CARE HOME 88 Southgate, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 9FT Tel: 01629 537486 Places: 25 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

48 HEATH ROAD Holmewood, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S42 5SW Tel: 01246 857620 Places: 10 LDA / YA Provider: Voyage Ltd

GROVE HOUSE Moor Road, Ashover, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S45 OAQ Tel: 01246 592092 Places: 31 OP / Dem Provider: Peak Care Ltd Advert Page 4

AMBERLEY HOUSE (3) Cedar Close, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 4JQ Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 7 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd BROOM COTTAGE 159 Birkinstyle Lane, Stonebroom, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 6LD Tel: 01773 873601 Places: 5 LDA Provider: Mrs Jacqueline Eales CHERRY TREE HOUSE Cedar Close, Eckington, Derbyshire S21 4BA Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 6 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd CLAYDON LODGE Crich Place, North WingďŹ eld, ChesterďŹ eld S42 5LY Tel: 01246 852435 Places: 45 OP / Dem Provider: Mr Diwan Chand and Dr Anjuman Diwan Chand CORNER VIEW RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 1 Ox Close, Market Street, Clay Cross, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S45 9NW Tel: 01246 250011 Places: 4 LDA Provider: LHA Support Services ELGIN HOUSE 89 St Lawrence Road, North WingďŹ eld, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S42 5LJ Tel: 01246 854486 Places: 12 LDA Provider: Mr And Mrs J Renshaw FAIR HAVEN 54 Linden Avenue, Clay Cross, ChesterďŹ eld S45 9HE Tel: 01246 862972 Places: 3 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd

HARDWICK CLOSE (2 & 4) Holmewood, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S42 5RL Tel: 01246 599999 (Head OďŹ&#x192;ce) Places: 8 LDA Provider: Enable Care & Home Support Ltd HAZELDENE HOUSE RESIDENTIAL HOME 21 High Street, Clay Cross, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S45 9DX Tel: 01246 862415 Places: 21 OP Provider: Mr Akshay Chandrakant Barot Advert Page 51 KINGSFIELD CARE HOME 23 High Street, Clay Cross, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S45 9DX Tel: 01246 861505 Places: 10 LDA Provider: KingsďŹ eld Care Homes Ltd MEADOW GRANGE HolmesďŹ eld Road, DronďŹ eld, Woodhouse, Derbyshire S18 5WS Tel: 01142 891110 Places: 46 OP /DEM / PD Provider: Mr John Andrew Hill and Mr Simon Cobb

Hill House Care Home

Tel: 01246 866202

121 High Street, Clay Cross, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S45 9DZ Fax: 01246 860450 email: suncarehomes@hotmail.com â&#x20AC;˘ Registered for Dementia care â&#x20AC;˘ Fantastic views over the Amber Valley â&#x20AC;˘ Three lounge areas and beautiful conservatory â&#x20AC;˘ Home from home atmosphere â&#x20AC;˘ Caring, local staff Please accept our invitation to visit us â&#x20AC;˘ Bus stop directly outside, good local personally and discover for yourself why bus routes â&#x20AC;˘ Delicious home cooked food with Hill House has established such an plenty of choice excellent reputation for care.

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Hazeldene House Residential & Dementia Care Home

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The Manor

The Manor Care Home consists of two purpose built homes Barnfield Manor and Holmewood Manor standing side by side on one site and sharing the same grounds. They are situated within walking distance of Holmewood close to local shops and amenities and within easy reach of Clay Cross and Chesterfield Holmewood Manor caters for the residential care of the elderly with and without dementia needs. While Barnfield Manor provides nursing care specialising in the care of the elderly with dementia needs. Each has its own highly trained and dedicated team of staff providing the highest standards of care 24 hours per day. The homes are beautifully decorated and maintained to create a warm and homely environment in modern surroundings. Whilst both buildings enjoy several spacious lounges dining rooms and separate secure garden areas. People living at the home are actively encouraged to personalise their bedrooms many of which have en suite facilities to their own tastes.

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Bolsover

To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

Bolsover care homes with nursing AUTUMN GRANGE Linden Road, Creswell, Derbyshire S80 4JT Tel: 01909 724098 Places: 54 OP / Dem Provider: Monarch Consultants Ltd Advert page 53 BLACKWELL CARE CENTRE Gloves Lane, Blackwell, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 5JJ Tel: 01773 863388 Places: 48 OP Provider: Ambiance Care (Blackwell) Ltd

HOLLYBANK NURSING HOME 30-32 Skinner Street, Creswell, Derbyshire S80 4JH Tel: 01909 721247 Places: 30 OP Provider: Hollybank Nursing Home Ltd MILLFIELD CARE HOME Cedar Park Drive, Bolsover, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S44 6XP Tel: 01246 825959 Places: 40 OP Provider: Bondcare St Andrews Ltd

CLIFF HOUSE NURSING HOME CliďŹ&#x20AC; Hill, Clowne, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 4LE Tel: 01246 810246 Places: 40 OP Provider: Springbank House Ltd Advert page 55

OAKLANDS NORTH CARE HOME North Road, Whaley Thorns, Langwith, Derbyshire NG20 9BN Tel: 01623 744412 Places: 40 OP / Dem / MH / YA Provider: HC-One Ltd

GRANGE CARE HOME Field Drive, Shirebrook, Derbyshire NG20 8BS Tel: 01623 747070 Places: 50 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Bondcare St Andrews Ltd

PINXTON MANOR NURSING HOME Church Street West, Pinxton, Derbyshire NG16 6PX Tel: 01773 819191 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Monarch Consultants Ltd Advert page 53

HADDON HOUSE 32-34 High Street, Clowne, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 4JU Tel: 01246 811106 Places: 40 OP / Dem / MH Provider: Monarch Consultants Ltd Advert page 53

VALE CARE HOME, THE Castle Lane, Bolsover, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S44 6PS Tel: 01246 824252 Places: 40 OP / PD / YA Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37

HEATHFIELD GARDENS 163-165 High Street, Tibshelf, Derbyshire DE55 5NN Tel: 01773 872229 Places: 10 LDA Provider: MGB Care Services Ltd

WHITWELL PARK 130 Welbeck Street, Whitwell, Derbyshire S80 4TP Tel: 01909 724800 Places: 35 Dem / PD / LDA / MH / SI Provider: Mrs Ann Gibbins, Dr E Desaram

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Monarch Healthcare

Offering Residential, Nursing & Specialist Dementia Care for Older People and Adults aged 50+ enquiries@monarchhealthcare.co.uk www.monarchhealthcare.co.uk

....Care You Can Rely On We understand how confusing it can be choosing a care home for yourself, or a loved one. Selecting a Monarch Healthcare home gives you peace of mind in knowing you are choosing from the best. Our dedicated team of nurses and carers are specially trained to discuss your requirements, and to advise you accordingly. You are welcome to visit for a short break, enjoy a meal in our restaurant, or join in our fun social programme. In this new chapter of your life we will help you live it to the full, understanding how important it is for you to continue making your own choices and to feel valued -

....You can rely on us to care.

Autumn Grange Linden Road, Cresswell Worksop Notts S80 4JT Tel: 01909 724098

Clifton Manor Rivergreen, Clifton Notts NG11 8AW Tel: 01159 848485 / 845859

Croft 43/44 Main Street Stapenhill, Burton on Trent, Staffs DE15 9AR Tel: 01283 561227

Haddon House 32-34 High Street Clowne, Chesterfield Derbyshire, S43 4JU Tel: 01246 811106

Pinxton Manor - Nursing Care Home

Rutland Manor - Dementia Care Home

Kingfisher Court Sturgeon Avenue Clifton, Notts NG11 8HE Tel: 01159 405031

Parkside Olive Grove, Forest Town, Mansfield Notts NG19 0AR Tel: 01623 655341

Pinxton Manor Church Street West Pinxton, Notts NG16 6PX Tel: 01773 819191

Woodlands - Nursing Care Home Every aspect is given the highest attention to detail. DĂŠcor and furnishings are designed for appeal and comfort and we offer a choice of bedrooms and suites, finished to your liking. We expect hotel standards in housekeeping and catering. Trained chefs are employed to prepare appetising and nutritious meals, with menus selected in consultation with clients. A varied social programme offers entertainment, outings and activities to cater for all interests and hobbies. We are always searching for new ideas and places to visit, and welcome your suggestions. Most importantly, we promise to care for the person you love, as you would yourself.

....Care You Can Rely On For more information, or to request a brochure, please contact the home, or head office, on tel: 0115 984 4839 email: enquiries@monarchhealthcare.co.uk

Poplars Rolliston road, Burton on Trent, Staffs DE13 0JT Tel: 01283 562842

Rutland Manor 99/109 Heanor Road Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8TA Tel: 01159 440322

Woodlands Butterley Hill, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 3LW Tel: 01773 744919


Bolsover care homes AMBERLEIGH MANOR Primrose Hill, Blackwell, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 5JF Tel: 01773 860288 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Mr Mohinder Singh Kelley Advert page 55

MARKHAM HOUSE 80 MoorďŹ eld Avenue, Bolsover, Derbyshire S44 6EL Tel: 01246 822285 Places: 13 PD/ MH / SI / YA / DA Provider: Voyage Ltd

CORNER HOUSE 65A Welbeck Street, Whitwell, S80 4TW Tel: 01909 720899 Places: 3 LDA Provider: Mrs Ann Gibbins, Dr Edward Marcion Ranjit De Saram

NEW BASSETT HOUSE Park Avenue, Shirebrook, Derbyshire NG20 8JW Tel: 01629 537117 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

EAST CLUNE CARE HOME West Street, Clowne, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S43 4NW Tel: 01629 537080 Places: 30 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council ELM RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 7 Elm Close, Bolsover, ChesterďŹ eld S44 6EA Tel: 01246 826230 Places: 8 LDA Provider: Jaywantee O`Farrell HOLLIES, THE The Hamlet, South Normanton, Derbyshire DE55 2JN Tel: 01773 580872 Places: 23 MH / YA / DA Provider: Prime Life Ltd HOLMLEA CARE HOME Waverley Street, Tibshelf, Derbyshire DE55 5PS Tel: 01629 537110 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council LANGWITH LODGE The Park, Nether Langwith, MansďŹ eld NG20 9ES Tel: 01623 742204 Places: 54 OP / Dem Provider: Your Health Ltd

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LYNCROFT CARE HOME 88 Alfreton Road, South Normanton, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 2AS Tel: 01773 580963 Places: 9 LDA Provider: Mrs Sudha Devi Rana, Mr Harbansh Rana

NORMANTON LODGE CARE HOME 75 MansďŹ eld Road, South Normanton, Derbyshire DE55 2EF Tel: 01773 811453 Places: 43 OP / Dem / SI Provider: Normanton Lodge Ltd Advert page 71 POPLARS, THE 1 Station Road, Whitwell, Derbyshire S80 4TD Tel: 01909 722244 Places: 5 LDA Provider: Nottingham Regional Society For Adults And Children With Autism RICHMOND RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME Recreation Road, Shirebrook, Derbyshire NG20 8QE Tel: 01623 748474 Places: 40 OP / Dem / PD / SI Provider: Richmond Residential Care Home Ltd SAINT ELKAS CARE HOME 75 Hill Top, Bolsover, ChesterďŹ eld S44 6NJ Tel: 01246 241519 Places: 6 MH Provider: Saint Elkas Ltd SPION KOP CARE HOME 72 - 74 Park Lane, Pinxton, Derbyshire, NG16 6PS Tel: 01773 862813 Places: 6 MH Provider: Spion Kop Care Home Ltd THOMAS COLLEGE HOUSE CARE HOME Oxcroft Lane, Bolsover, ChesterďŹ eld, Derbyshire S44 6DJ Tel: 01629 537495 Places: 24 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Cliff House Nursing and Residential Care Home offers 24 hour care both for elderly residents who are able to enjoy their independence and for patients who require constant nursing care. The Home is situated in the beautiful town of Clowne, set in its own attractively landscaped grounds with easy access to all local amenities. The views of the Derbyshire hills that can be seen from the rooms are breathtaking. The majority of our rooms are single with en-suite facilities, we also have some shared rooms, all of which are linked to a Nurse call system. To find out more call our matron on 01246 810246

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Amber Valley

To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

Amber Valley care homes with nursing ASHFIELDS CARE HOME 34 MansďŹ eld Road, Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7AQ Tel: 01773 712664 Places: 46 OP / PD Provider: Ross Healthcare Ltd

KILBURN CARE HOME Dale Park Avenue, Kilburn, Derbyshire DE56 0NR Tel: 01332 880644 Places: 49 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert Page 37

BANKWOOD CARE HOME DuďŹ&#x192;eld Bank, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 4BG Tel: 01332 841373 Places: 40 OP Provider: HC-One Ltd

MAPLE LEAF HOUSE Kirk Close, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3RY Tel: 01773 513361 Places: 46 OP / Dem Provider: Methodist Homes For The Aged

FIRS, THE 90 Glass House Hill, Codnor, Derbyshire DE5 9QT Tel: 01773 743810 Places: 42 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover GREEN GABLES 42 WingďŹ eld Road, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7AN Tel: 01773 832422 Places: 29 PD / YA Provider: Leonard Cheshire Disability HOLLYBANK HOUSE ChesterďŹ eld Road, Oakerthorpe, Alfreton DE55 7LP Tel: 01773 831791 Places: 44 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Hollybank House (Derby) Ltd KIDSLEY GRANGE 160 Heanor Road, Smalley, Derbyshire DE7 6DX Tel: 01773 769807 Places: 26 OP / Dem / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover

MEADOWS, THE 76 MansďŹ eld Road, Alfreton DE55 7JL Tel: 01773 520491 Places: 70 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Mr Gerald Hudson, Mr Keith Sidney Dobb Advert Page 57 MILFORD HOUSE Derby Road, Milford, Near Belper DE56 0QW Tel: 01332 841753 Places: 65 OP Provider: Mr Gerald Hudson, Mr Keith Sidney Dobb Advert Page 57 OSMASTON GRANGE CARE CENTRE 5-7 ChesterďŹ eld Road, Belper DE56 1FD Tel: 01773 820980 Places: 80 OP / Dem Provider: Osmaston Grange Ltd RIDGEWAY NURSING HOME Crich Lane, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 2JH Tel: 01773 853500 Places: 37 OP / Dem Provider: Sudera Care Associates Ltd Advert page 57

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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â&#x20AC;˘ Outings in our own minibus. â&#x20AC;˘ Superb home cooking catering for special diets. â&#x20AC;˘ Very good entertainment and activity programme â&#x20AC;˘ Residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; computer Drop in to see us or telephone â&#x20AC;˘ Beautiful gardens in the National for a brochure and DVD. Gardens Scheme â&#x20AC;˘ Residents involved in decision making. Telephone 01332 880200 E: office@coxbench-hall.co.uk â&#x20AC;˘ Most rooms en-suite. W: www.coxbench-hall.co.uk â&#x20AC;˘ Short and Long Stay available.

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Our holistic approach to nursing and care promotes quality of life. We encourage our service users to have â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;a voiceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to promote empowerment.

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â&#x20AC;˘ Set in attractive parkland grounds â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ Accommodation is provided on ground and first floor, with passenger lift â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ Facilities for thirty residents â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ New sensory room â&#x20AC;˘ Dementia aware â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ Private and S/S funded welcome â&#x20AC;˘

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Crich Lane, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 2JH

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Milford, (between DufďŹ eld and Belper) Top results offers ďŹ rst class residential and nursing CQC inspection Dec 2011 care within the beautiful former country residence of Jedediah Strutt.

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Top results Belper, was voted Best Healthcare Development CQC inspec tion in Central England 2009 and offers exceptional Dec 2011 facilities and care to its residents.

THE MEADOWS

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3 star â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Excel Alfreton, Derbyshire was recently lentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; awarded the top three star â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;excellentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CQC rating 2010 quality rating from the Care Quality Commission.

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Best Healthcare Development 2009

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Amber Valley care homes with nursing continued SHIPLEY HALL CARE HOME The Field, Shipley, Near Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7JH Tel: 01773 764906 Places: 30 OP / Dem / MH Provider: Shipley Hall Ltd Advert page 57

SPENCER GROVE Springwood Gardens, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1JR Tel: 01773 599349 Places: 68 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Milford Care Ltd Advert page 57

SHIPLEY LODGE 94 Derby Road, Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7QJ Tel: 01773 535212 Places: 16 MH Provider: Rethink

WOODLANDS NURSING HOME Butterley Hill, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3LW Tel: 01773 744919 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Monarch Healthcare Ltd Advert Page 53

Amber Valley care homes 15 THOMPSON DRIVE Codnor, Derbyshire DE5 9RU Tel: 01773 570163 Places: 3 LDA Provider: M & A Dispensing Chemist Ltd 16 MANSFIELD ROAD Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7AJ Tel: 01773 711270 Places: 4 LDA Provider: United Response 17 ELLA BANK ROAD Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 8HF Tel: 01773 760806 Places: 3 LDA Provider: United Response 68 HIGH STREET Loscoe, Near Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7LF Tel: 01773 533075 Places: 3 LDA Provider: M & A Dispensing Chemist Ltd ADA BELFIELD HOUSE CARE HOME Field Lane, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 1DF Tel: 01629 531297 Places: 25 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council ASH LEA HOUSE ChesterďŹ eld Road, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7DT Tel: 01773 521763 Places: 14 LDA Provider: Clearwater Care Group Ltd BELPER VIEWS 50/52 Holbrook Road, Belper DE56 1PB Tel: 01773 829733 Places: 25 OP Provider: Mr Alan Kilkenny

BUTTERLEY HOUSE Old Coach Road, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3QU Tel: 01773 745636 Places: 37 OP Provider: Mrs Patricia Diane Smith CODNOR PARK RESIDENTIAL HOME 88 Glass House Hill, Codnor DE5 9QT Tel: 01773 741111 Places: 40 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover COPPERBEECH 172 Heanor Road, Smalley, Derbyshire DE7 6DY Tel: 01773 530937 Places: 3 LDA Provider: United Response COXBENCH HALL RESIDENTIAL HOME Alfreton Road, Coxbench, Derbyshire DE21 5BB Tel: 01332 880200 Places: 39 OP Provider: Coxbench Hall Ltd Advert page 57 FLORENCE SHIPLEY Market Place, Heanor, Derbyshire DE75 7AA Tel: 01629 531803 Places: 26 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council GLASSHOUSE HILL 100 Glasshouse Hill, Codnor, Near Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 9QT Tel: 01773 570450 Places: 11 OP / PD / MH / SI / YA / DA Provider: Voyage Ltd

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Amber Valley care homes continued GLEBE CARE HOME Church Street, Alfreton DE55 7AH Tel: 01629 531900 Places: 32 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council HOLBROOK HALL Makeney Road, Holbrook, Belper, Derbyshire DE56 0TF Tel: 01332 880698 Places: 25 OP Provider: Fairway Homes (Derby) Ltd Advert page 57 KING WILLIAM RESIDENTIAL HOME Lowes Hill, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3DW Tel: 01773 748841 Places: 28 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover MIDSHIRES HOUSE 10 Church Street, Riddings, Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 4BX Tel: 01773 528080 Places: 7 LDA Provider: Midshires Healthcare Ltd MOREWOOD CENTRE Wingfield Road, Alfreton Park, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7AL Tel: 01629 531669 Places: 10 LDA Provider: Derbyshire County Council OLD VICARAGE Market Place, Riddings, Derbyshire DE55 4BQ Tel: 01773 607479 Places: 10 LDA Provider: Mr Raymond Miles, Mrs Pauline Ann Miles

ROWTHORNE CARE HOME Rowthorne Avenue, Swanwick, Derbyshire DE55 1RZ Tel: 01629 531865 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council SMALLEY HALL RESIDENTIAL HOME Main Road, Smalley, Derbyshire DE7 6DS Tel: 01332 882848 Places: 26 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover SPRINGWOOD HOUSE Duffield Bank, Duffield, Derbyshire DE56 4BG Tel: 01332 840757 Places: 29 OP Provider: Springwood Residential Home Ltd TREETOPS 10 Church Street, Riddings, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 4BX Tel: 01773 528080 Places: 19 MH Provider: Midshires Healthcare Ltd WHEATHILLS HOUSE Brun Lane, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire DE6 4LU Tel: 01332 824600 Places: 30 OP Provider: Mr Richard Whitehouse Advert Page 27 WILLOWS, THE Field Terrace, Ripley, Derbyshire DE5 3HF Tel: 01629 531902 Places: 20 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Erewash To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

Erewash care homes with nursing ALEXANDRA NURSING HOME 370 Wilsthorpe Road, Long Eaton NG10 4AA Tel: 01159 462150 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Bupa Care Homes (BNH) Ltd ASHFORD LODGE NURSING HOME 1 Gregory Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8AE Tel: 01159 307650 Places: 20 OP Provider: Andrew Carnachan CEDARS AND LARCHES CARE HOME 16 Queens Drive, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5GR Tel: 01159 440166 Places: 69 OP Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 CHURCH VIEW & LARKLANDS CARE HOME St Johns Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5PA Tel: 01159 323209 Places: 10 OP / LDA / SI / YA Provider: United Health Ltd HADDON HOUSE CARE HOME 38 Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8AW Tel: 01159 441641 Places: 30 OP / Dem Provider: Four Seasons Healthcare Advert page 37 LADYWOOD Eaton Avenue, Kirk Hallam, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4HL Tel: 01159 440577 Places: 38 OP Provider: HC-One Ltd

OLIVER HOUSE 33 Oliver Road, Kirk Hallam, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4JY Tel: 01159 440484 Places: 26 OP / Dem Provider: Sajid Mahmood Advert page 61 RUTLAND MANOR 99/109 Heanor Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8TA Tel: 01159 440322 Places: 41 OP / Dem Provider: Rutland Manor Ltd Advert Page 53 STANTON HALL Main Street, Stanton By Dale, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4QH Tel: 01159 325387 Places: 45 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Excelsior Health Care Ltd VICTORIA PARK CARE HOME Manners Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5HB Tel: 01159 440774 Places: 39 OP Provider: HC-One Ltd WOODHALL PARK NURSING HOME Risley Hall, Derby Road, Risley, Derbyshire DE72 3SS Tel: 01159 490444 Places: 41 OP / Dem / PD / SI Provider: Mrs I Crosbie

OLD VICARAGE 17 Breedon Street, Long Eaton, Derbyshire NG10 4ES Tel: 01159 727454 Places: 29 OP / Dem / PD Provider: The Old Vicarage Care Home (Long Eaton) Ltd Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Oliver House is a purpose built 26 bed home, family owned home. We provide 24 hour care from qualified staff for general nursing and we’re a dementia home set in the residential area of Kirk Hallam (near Ilkeston town). • • • •

Single bed rooms (eight with en-suite), one shared room • Lift facility Two lounges and dining rooms on the ground floor • 24 hour nurse call system Friendly homely environment • Regular activities/entertainment • Hairdresser etc Visiting G.P, Chiropodist, dentist, optician • Affordable rates private and DSS

Oliver House Nursing Home

Please contact the Manager Sarah Goodeve for more information

Tel: 0115 944 0484

Fax: 0115 944 0417 33 Oliver Road, Kirk Hallam, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 4JY

Putting People First

114 Longmoor Lane, Sandiacre, Derbyshire, NG10 5JP Tel: 01159 499991 Web: www.hillcare.net

Longmoor Lodge

Longmoor Lodge is a purpose built Residential Home for Older People situated in a pleasant residential area. The town centre of Sandiacre and its facilities are close by and the surrounding towns of Long Eaton and Stapleford are within easy reach Longmoor Lodge aims to provide facilities of a high standard, with an all embracing, developmental, caring service for the people who use the service. Our objective is to offer person centred care taking into account each individual personʼs unique qualities, abilities, interests, lifestyle preferences and needs. The majority of our rooms are on the ground floor. Spacious en-suite bedrooms have TV and telephone points and a nurse call system. Rooms are furnished and decorated to the highest standard. A variety of specialist bathing and shower facilities are provided. There is a small kitchen for the use of the people who use the service to make drinks or snacks for themselves and their visitors. Within the home there are three large, comfortable and spacious lounges.

Please contact the Home Manager on 01159 499991 Email: longmoor.lodge@hillcare.net

Erewash care homes 26 HENLEY WAY West Hallam, Derbyshire DE7 6LU Tel: 01159 441946 Places: 3 PD / LDA Provider: United Response 7 & 8 BLUNT STREET Stanley Common, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 6FZ Tel: 01159 323491 Places: 6 PD Provider: United Response 9 BLUNT STREET Stanley Common, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 6FZ Tel: 01159 323491 Places: 4 PD / LDA Provider: United Response ASHLEE CARE HOME 89 Nottingham Road, Long Eaton NG10 2BU Tel: 01159 721732 Places: 21 OP / Dem Provider: ASHA incorporated Ltd T/A Ashlee Residential Care Home BEECHCROFT CARE HOME Nursery Avenue, West Hallam, Derbyshire DE7 6JB Tel: 01629 531305 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

BRAMBLE LODGE 82 High Lane West, West Hallam, Derbyshire DE7 6HQ Tel: 01159 444545 Places: 65 OP / Dem Provider: Bucintoro Ltd BRIAR CLOSE HOUSE CARE HOME Briar Close, Borrowash, Derbyshire DE72 3GB Tel: 01629 531559 Places: 40 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council BROOKSIDE CARE HOME 39-41 Chestnut Grove, Borrowash, Derbyshire DE72 3JP Tel: 01332 666522 Places: 11 OP / Dem / MH Provider: Olugbolahan Adesanya, Mrs Josephine Olaide Adesanya CAMDEN CARE HOME 85 Nottingham Road, Long Eaton, Derbyshire NG10 2BU Tel: 01159 736468 Places: 18 OP / Dem Provider: ARM Healthcare Ltd COPPICE & OAKSIDE CARE HOME Shipley Common Lane, Off Heanor Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8TQ Tel: 01159 443690 Places: 10 OP / LDA / Provider: United Health Ltd

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol

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Erewash care homes continued COTTAGE, THE The Cottage, Fullwood Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8AZ Tel: 01159 443837 Places: 2 LDA / YA Provider: Blue Mountain Homes Limited FIRS RESIDENTIAL HOME 9 Stevens Lane, Breaston, Derbyshire DE72 3BU Tel: 01332 872535 Places: 20 OP / Dem / MH Provider: The Firs Care Home Ltd FULLWOOD HOUSE 65-67 Lord Haddon Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8AU Tel: 01159 323469 Places: 10 MH Provider: Fullwood House Ltd GRANGE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 39 Bostocks Lane, Sandiacre, Derbyshire NG10 5NL Tel: 01159 399489 Places: 36 OP Provider: The Grange (Sandiacre) Ltd HAZELWOOD CARE HOME Skeavingtons Lane, Cotmanhay, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8SW Tel: 01629 531942 Places: 30 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council HEATHCOTES CARE 1 Bradshaw Street, Sawley, Derbyshire NG10 3GT Tel: 0115 972 1376 Places: 6 LDA / MH Provider: Heathcotes Care Ltd HILLCREST CARE HOME Kenilworth Drive, Kirk Hallam, Ilkeston DE7 4FJ Tel: 01629 531811 Places: 24 OP / Dem Provider: Derbyshire County Council HILLSIDE HOUSE 31 Albany Street, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5AD Tel: 01159 300171 Places: 2 PD / LDA / SI / YA Provider: United Health Ltd KEY WEST RESIDENTIAL HOME 203 Tamworth Road, Long Eaton NG10 1DH Tel: 01159 732031 Places: 9 OP Provider: Mrs Hilary Majtas, Mr Leesek Majitas LADYCROSS HOUSE CARE HOME Travers Road, Sandiacre, Derbyshire NG10 5GF Tel: 01629 531818 Places: 35 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council

LONGMOOR LODGE 114 Longmoor Lane, Sandiacre NG10 5JP Tel: 01159 499991 Places: 46 OP / Dem Provider: Hill Care Ltd Advert page 61 OLD RECTORY, THE 70 Risley Lane, Breaston, Derbyshire DE72 3AU Tel: 01332 874342 Places: 26 OP / Dem Provider: Mr Allen Heath Advert page 72 PETERSHAM CENTRE 58-60 Petersham Road, Long Eaton NG10 4DD Tel: 01629 531856 Places: 16 LDA Provider: Derbyshire County Council REDHOUSE 49 WharncliďŹ&#x20AC;e Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5GF Tel: 01159 447869 Places: 8 LDA Provider: Voyage Ltd SOUTHLANDS CARE HOME 21 Main Street, OďŹ&#x20AC; Greenside Close, Long Eaton, Derbyshire NG10 1GU Tel: 01629 531869 Places: 23 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council THREE GATES 62 Cloves Hill, Morley, Derbyshire DE7 6DH Tel: 01332 880584 Places: 4 PD / LDA / MH Provider: United Response VICTORIA COURT NesďŹ eld Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 8BJ Tel: 01159 322 303 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: Anchor Trust WEST HALLAM RESIDENTIAL HOME 8 Newdigate Street, West Hallam, Derbyshire DE7 6GZ Tel: 01159 440329 Places: 31 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Ashmere Care Group Advert Inside Front Cover '$<&$ 5(63,7

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South Derbyshire To locate the home that best meets your needs, please consider the following: Many nursing homes also provide residential care. Fees charged by some homes exceed those paid by the Council and may attract a 3rd party payment (page 34). Service category information is obtained from CQC and historic information recorded by the Council. These categories change regularly and you should contact the provider for current information on care they provide.

South Derbyshire care homes with nursing CEDAR COURT Bretby Park, Bretby, Derbyshire DE15 0QX Tel: 01283 211412 Places: 80 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Your Health Ltd Advert Page 62 HILL TOP CARE HOME Colliery Road, Church Gresley, Swadlincote DE11 9LU Tel: 01283 550354 Places: 23 OP/ Dem / PD Provider: Mrs Judith Dena Griffin, Stewart Westley Barker JASON HYLTON COURT NURSING HOME Wilmot Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9BJ Tel: 01283 552096 Places: 37 OP Provider: Bridgefoot Developments Ltd Advert below NETHER HALL Nether Hall Road, Hartshorne, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 7AA Tel: 01283 550133 Places: 50 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Orchard Care Homes Ltd

NEWLANDS HOUSE Main Street, Netherseal, Swadlincote Derbyshire DE12 8DA Tel: 01283 761202 Places: 35 PD / YA Provider: Leonard Cheshire Disability OLD LODGE NURSING HOME Sandypits Lane, Etwall, Derbyshire DE65 6JA Tel: 01283 734612 Places: 40 OP / PD Provider: Folcarn Ltd TYNEFIELD COURT NURSING HOME Blakeley Lane, Eggington Road, Etwall, Derbyshire DE65 6NQ Tel: 01283 732030 Places: 40 OP / PD / YA Provider: Tynefield Care Ltd Advert page 64

Jason Hylton Court Personal care • Palliative care • Assisted living

Care and Independence Jason Hylton Court provides 24hour nursing and personal care for older people. It is a newly developed nursing home with 37 single occupancy, en-suite rooms. There are three spacious lounge areas and two dining areas for your comfort and a courtyard garden area to enable you to enjoy the outdoors. Our staff team provide individual care that is designed to meet physical and social care needs. Please visit at any time to discuss how we can assist you to plan your care requirements for the future. For further information, contact Wendy Davies, Matron Jason Hylton Court Nursing Home, Wilmot Road, Swadlincote DE11 9BJ

Tel: 01283 552096 Email: jasonhyltoncourt@hotmail.co.uk Web: www.jasonhyltoncourt.com Advertisers are highlighted

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Tel: 01283 732 030 Egginton Road, Etwall, Derby DE65 6NQ

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South Derbyshire care homes ASHEFIELDS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME Ash Lane, Etwall, Derbyshire DE65 6HT Tel: 0871 597 0786 Places: 20 OP / Dem Provider: Imperial Midlands Ltd BEARWARDCOTE HALL Heage Lane, Etwall, Derbyshire DE65 6LS Tel: 01283 734669 Places: 38 OP Provider: Mrs Jacqueline Thompson Advert page 65 CASTLE COURT Linton Road, Castle Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9HP Tel: 01629 532258 Places: 41 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council DALES CARE HOME Fisher Close, Repton, Derbyshire DE65 6GS Tel: 01629 532289 Places: 22 OP Provider: Derbyshire County Council GRANGEWOOD LODGE Lullington Road, Grangewood, Near Netherseal, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE12 8BH Tel: 01827 373577 Places: 33 OP / Dem / PD / SI Provider: Mr John Frederick Fisher Advert page 65

GRESLEY HOUSE CARE HOME Market Street, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9PN Tel: 01283 212094 Places: 27 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Mrs Judith Dena GriďŹ&#x192;n, Stewart Westley Barker HIGHFIELDS CARE HOME HighďŹ eld Road, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9AR Tel: 01283 224658 Places: 5 PD / LDA / SI / YA Provider: United Health Ltd LORRAINE S RESIDENTIAL HOME 44 School Street, Church Gresley, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9QZ Tel: 01283 211355 Places: 17 OP Provider: Mrs Parvin Riaz Khan, Mrs Abida Parveen Ashraf, Mr Inan Rehman MOUNT PLEASANT CARE HOME OďŹ&#x20AC; Hollow Lane, Winshill, Derbyshire DE15 0DR Tel: 01283 546777 Places: 50 OP / Dem Provider: Caring Homes Advert Page 66 OVERSEAL RESIDENTIAL HOME Woodville Road, Overseal, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE12 6LU. Tel: 01283 762728 Places: 30 OP Provider: Ahavah Healthcare Ltd

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Private RESIDENTIAL & DAY CARE for the ELDERLY including DEMENTIA CARE CQC Rating ★★★ EXCELLENT. Premium rooms now available. Food Hygiene Rating ★★★★★

High quality care, mostly at ground level.

01827 373577 www.grangewoodlodge.co.uk Lullington Road, Grangewood, Near Netherseal, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE12 8BH

BEARWARDCOTE HALL

Heage Lane, Etwall Derbyshire DE65 6LS A registered home and member of Derbyshire Care Homes Association

Woodville

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Set in beautiful countryside Bearwardcote Hall is the perfect place to enjoy your retirement with independence and comfort whilst having the care and support of our highly trained staff. All single rooms fitted to superior standard Most rooms en-suite all with TV and nurse call system All diets and food requirements catered for Visiting chiropodist, dentist, optician, physio, hairdresser etc Hydrotherapy pool Regular entertainment, outings and activities Stunning mature gardens Affordable rates private & DSS Convenient for Derby and Burton Premium quality home status awarded to us by Derbyshire County Council 5 star rated kitchen We employ 3 full-time occupational therapists providing activities 5 days a week

Please feel free to visit us anytime for any help or advice or contact us on 01283 732810/734669 or 07971 185813 or visit our website at www.bearwardcotehall.co.uk

Residential Care Home

T: 01283 551 501

At Woodville Residential Care Home, we go to great effort to ensure all our residents live in a comfortable setting, with lovely gardens and beautiful parkland surrounding the home, enjoyed by residents all year round. All rooms are tastefully decorated to give a relaxing feel as we want our residents to feel at home. Where possible, residents can fit their rooms out with their own furniture and personal belongings to create a true “home from home”. 145 Burton Road, Woodville, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 7JW e: woodville145@aol.com www.woodvillecarehome.co.uk

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Area care homes care homes continued South Derbyshire POOL COTTAGE CARE HOME Pool Road, Melbourne, Derbyshire DE73 8AA Tel: 01332 863715 Places: 17 OP Provider: Mutebi Blessious Kalemeera

STANTON MANOR Piddocks Road, Stanton, Derbyshire DE15 9TG Tel: 01283 565447 Places: 28 OP / Dem / MH Provider: Mrs Pamela Mycroft

SEALE PASTURES HOUSE Burton Road, Acresford, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE12 8AP Tel: 01283 762511 Places: 40 OP Provider: Bondcare Nilerace Ltd

VALLEY VIEW CARE HOME HighďŹ eld Street, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 9AS Tel: 01283 218076 Places: 8 PD / SI / LDA / YA Provider: United Health Ltd

SHARDLOW MANOR 111 London Road, Shardlow, Derbyshire DE72 2GP Tel: 01332 792466 Places: 28 OP Provider: Mr Kevin James Popowycz, Mrs Tracey Jane Popowycz

WALLFIELD HOUSE CARE HOME 87 Doles Lane, Findern, Derbyshire DE65 6BA Tel: 01332 510605 Places: 15 OP Provider: Mr John Yates, Mrs Carole Yates

SOLOR CARE HOME 703 Burton Road, Midway, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 0DL Tel: 01283 216301 Places: 5 LDA / YA Provider: Solor Care East Midlands Ltd SOUTH DERBYSHIRE AND DALES SHORT BREAK AND ASSESSMENT SERVICE The Bungalow, OďŹ&#x20AC; Meadow Lane, Newhall, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE11 0QU Tel: 01629 532495 Places: 10 LDA Provider: Derbyshire County Council

WOODVILLE CARE HOME 145 Burton Road, Woodville, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 7JW Tel: 01283 551501 Places: 46 OP Provider: Greenacres Nursing Homes Ltd Advert Page 65 WRIGHT HOMECARE 71 Meadow Lane, Newhall, Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE11 0UX Tel: 01283 215912 Places: 4 LDA Provider: Wright Homecare Ltd

AWARD WINNING CARING HOMES FOR OLDER PEOPLE

Enjoying beautiful views of the National Forest and Derbyshire countryside, Mount Pleasant is a modern purpose-built home providing residential and dementia care for elderly people. Mount Pleasant enjoys an excellent reputation for delivering high quality residential care in an attractive and tranquil environment. Residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; rooms are light and airy and all beneďŹ t from en suite bathrooms. Bedrooms and communal areas are all decorated and furnished to very high standards.

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Derby City The homes within this section are located in the boundary of Derby City Council. Any enquiries should be made directly to Derby City Council on 01332 293111 The following listings have been obtained from the Care Quality Commission website and have not been verified for accuracy by Derbyshire County Council

Derby City care homes with nursing ABBEY COURT NURSING & RESIDENTIAL HOME 200 Kedleston Road, Derby DE22 1FX Tel: 01332 364539 Places: 40 OP Provider: Abbey Court Nursing & Residential Homes Ltd

CEDAR TREE Rowley Lane, Littleover, Derby DE23 1FT Tel: 01332 767485 Places: 40 OP / Dem / PD / MH / SI Provider: Cedar Tree Care Home Ltd

ABBEYDALE 182 Duffield Road, Derby DE22 1BJ Tel: 01332 331182 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Willover Ltd

CLEEVE VILLAS 69/71 Wilson Street, Derby DE1 1PL Tel: 01332 383187 Places: 14 LDA / MH / YA Provider: Cleeve Villas Care Services Ltd

AMBER LODGE NURSING HOME 686 Osmaston Road, Derby DE24 8GT Tel: 01332 740740 Places: 40 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Diginew Ltd

DERWENT LODGE 11 Beaufort Street, Chaddesden, Derby DE21 6AX Tel: 01332 347597 Places: 16 MH Provider: Rethink

ANDRIN HOUSE NURSING HOME 43 Belper Road, Derby DE1 3EP Tel: 01332 346812 Places: 37 OP Provider: Rosecare Homes Ltd

FOREST VIEW CARE HOME 31 Village Street, Normanton, Derby DE3 8TA Tel: 01332 271863 Places: 35 OP / Dem Provider: European Care (SW) Ltd

ASPEN COURT NURSING HOME Aspen Drive, Spondon, Derby DE21 7SG Tel: 01332 672289 Places: 40 OP / Dem Provider: BUPA Care Homes (BNH) Ltd

LANGDALE HEIGHTS 352 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AF Tel: 01332 367429 Places: 31 OP / PD Provider: Ms Neemat Kassam & Mrs Y N Kassam

BLUEBELL PARK Royal Glen Park, Rowallan Way, Chellaston, Derby DE73 5EX Tel: 01332 705696 Places: 15 OP / Dem / PD / YA Provider: Barchester Healthcare Advert page 71

LAURELS, THE 77 Nottingham Road, Spondon, Derby DE21 7NG Tel: 01332 662849 Places: 45 OP / Dem / PD Provider: European Care (Derby) Ltd

BROOKFIELDS PRIVATE NURSING HOME 488 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AL Tel: 01332 348395 Places: 34 OP / PD Provider: Brookfields P.N.H. Ltd Advert page 68

LAVENDER LODGE NURSING HOME 48-50 Stafford Street, Derby DE1 1JL Tel: 01332 298388 Places: 34 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Lavender Lodge Limited

BURTON LODGE NURSING HOME 410 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AJ Tel: 01332 365240 Places: 31 OP / Dem / PD / MH Provider: Redrose Care (Derby) Ltd

LITTLEOVER NURSING HOME 149 Stenson Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 1JJ Tel: 01332 760140 Places: 40 OP Provider: Far Fillimore Care Homes Ltd Advert page 69

CASTLE PARK 176 Siddals Road, Derby DE1 2PW Tel: 01332 726283 Places: 31 OP Provider: HC-One Ltd

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Derby City care homes with nursing continued MOUNT OLIVE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 99 Shardlow Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0JR Tel: 01332 571470 LDA / MH Provider: Mrs Gloria Emphemia Holness-Wilks NORMANTON VILLAGE VIEW NURSING HOME 101 Village Street, Old Normanton, Derby DE23 8DF Tel: 01332 270083 Places: 80 OP / Dem / PD / SI Provider: RushcliďŹ&#x20AC;e Care Ltd OAKS NURSING HOME, THE 114 Western Road, Mickleover , Derby DE3 9GR Tel: 01332 510447 Places: 28 OP / Dem / MH Provider: Quality Care (EM) Limited

SHELTON LOCK RESIDENTIAL & NURSING HOME 61a Weston Park Avenue, Shelton Lock, Derby DE24 9ER Tel: 01332 690606 Places: 40 OP Provider: BUPA Care Homes (CFC Homes) Ltd SHERWOOD VIEW 29 Village Street, Normanton, Derby DE23 8TA Tel: 01332 271941 Places: 39 OP / Dem Provider: European Care (SW) Ltd ST WERBURGHS HOUSE Church Street, Spondon, Derby DE21 7LL Tel: 01332 280037 Places: 35 OP / Dem Provider: European Care (Derby) Ltd

PARK NURSING HOME, THE 40 St Marks Road, Chaddeston, Derby DE21 6AH Tel: 01332 200422 Places: 41 OP / Dem / PD Provider: European Care (Derby) Ltd

STANLEY HOUSE 155 DuďŹ&#x192;eld Road, Derby DE22 1AH Tel: 01332 364734 Places: 42 OP / Dem / PD Provider: Willover Ltd

ROYAL MANOR 346 Uttoxeter New Road, Derby DE22 3HS Tel: 01332 340100 Places: 25 OP Providers: Mr and Mrs N E Beech

WESTERN MOUNT LODGE 109 Radbourne Street, Derby DE22 3BW Tel: 01332 343954 Places: 18 MH Provider: Mrs J Brownhill, Mrs J Brownhill-Farndon, Mrs L Broardman, Mr P & Mrs B Steventon

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01332 343840 / 348395 Brookfields Nursing Home, 488 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AL

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol

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Derbyshire’s Premier Nursing Home Providing the very best in 24 hour nursing care, individually tailored to suit the particular requirements of each resident. We take a positive approach to nursing care and are continually seeking to improve our services and facilities. Our home combines a warm and inviting atmosphere with the very latest modern amenities. Our aim is to provide a quality environment in which Residents will lead as normal a life as they are able, maintaining their individuality, privacy, dignity and freedom of choice. • Friendly, homely environment • General & Palliative Nursing Care • Constant 24 hour nursing by qualified and caring staff • Regular entertainment & activities • Single and shared rooms all equipped to high standards with TV and telephone in all rooms • Delightful gardens and patios • Five lounges each with its own character

Littleover Nursing Home 149 Stenson Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 1JJ Tel: 01332 760140 Web: www.littleovernursinghome.co.uk

Committed to excellence

Derby City care homes with nursing continued WESTSIDE CARE HOME 90 Western Road, Mickleover, Derby DE3 9GG Tel: 01332 510084 Places: 26 OP Provider: Derby Care Home Limited t/a Westside Nursing Home

WINDSOR PARK NURSING HOME 112 Blagreaves Lane, Littleover, Derby DE23 1FP Tel: 01332 510084 Places: 19 OP / Dem Provider: Blagreaves Care Home Limited

Derby City care homes 24 ST MARKS ROAD Chaddeston, Derby DE21 6AH Tel: 01332 294066 Places: 8 PD / LDA / YA Provider: Solor Care Group

ARBORETUM HOUSE Morleston Street, Derby DE23 8FL Tel: 01332 717649 Places: 38 OP / PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council

26 ST MARKS ROAD Chaddeston, Derby DE21 6AH Tel: 01332 294466 Places: 8 OP / PD / LDA / SI / YA Provider: Solor Care Group

ASHLEA HOSTEL 53 Coronation Avenue, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0LR Tel: 01332 718105 Places: 22 PD / LDA Provider: Derby City Council

ANNECROFT RESIDENTIAL HOME 70 Portland Street, Peartree, Derby DE23 8QB Tel: 01332 601791 Places: 9 MH Provider: Protea Care Homes Ltd

ASPEN HOUSE LTD 33 Carlton Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 6HB Tel: 01332 342541 Places: 22 OP / MH / YA Provider: Aspen House Ltd

ANNEFIELD HOUSE 541-543 Burton Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 6FT Tel: 01332 766773 Places: 17 OP / MH / YA Provider: Annefield House Ltd

BEAUMONT HOUSE Highfields Park Drive, Broadway, Derby DE22 1JX Tel: 01332 348118 Places: 30 OP / Dem Provider: Institute of Our Lady of Mercy

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol

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Derby City care homes continued BEECH LODGE RESIDENTIAL HOME 418 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AJ Tel: 01332 348118 Places: 15 OP Provider: Golden Key Homes Limited BIRCHES, THE 187 Station Road, Mickleover, Derby DE3 5FH Tel: 01332 516886 Places: 19 OP Provider: Mrs M Ghouze BRAMBLE BROOK HOUSE Rough Heanor Road, Mickleover, Derby DE3 5AZ Tel: 01332 718909 Places: 40 OP / PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council BROADSTONE CLOSE 1 & 2 Broadstone Close, Derby DE21 4PE Tel: 01332 544557 Places: 9 LDA Provider: Royal Mencap Society BROOKFIELDS PRIVATE NURSING HOME 488 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AL Tel: 01332 348395 Places: 34 OP / PD Provider: BrookďŹ elds P.N.H. Ltd Advert page 68 CHANGING LIVES UK 7 Coriander Gardens, Littleover, Derby DE23 2UB Tel: 01332 720285 Places: 2 LDA Provider: Changing Lives UK Ltd CHESAPEAKE HOUSE 27/29 Chesapeake Road, Chaddesden, Derby DE21 6RB Tel: 01332 664690 Places: 11 LDA Provider: Mr Guy Peters CHESTNUT VIEW 169 Derby Road, Chellaston, Derby DE73 5SB Tel: 01332 704511 Places: 18 OP / LDA Provider: Chestnut View Residential Home Ltd CHIMNEYS RESIDENTIAL HOME 135 Chellaston Road, Derby DE24 9DZ Tel: 01332 702247 Places: 3 LDA / SI / YA Provider: Chimneys Residential Care Home CLOVA HOUSE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 231 Chellaston Road, Shelton Lock, Derby DE24 9EE Tel: 01332 702488 Places: 20 OP Provider: Mr and Mrs John Brierley Furniss

COLERIDGE HOUSE 234 Caxton Street, Sunnyhill, Derby DE23 7RB Tel: 01332 718710 Places: 18 OP / Dem / PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council DERWENT VIEW Dorset Street, Chaddesden, Derbyshire, DE21 6EB Tel: 01332 616162 Places: 18 PD / LDA / YA Provider: Quality Care (EM) Ltd DOUGLAS COURT 1 Douglas Street, Ivy Square, Derby DE23 8LH Tel: 01332 346060 Places: 43 OP Provider: Douglas Court Care Home Ltd DULWICH MANOR 4 Dulwich Road, Mackworth, Derby DE22 4HJ Tel: 07917192739 Places: 9 LDA / SI / YA Provider: Livlife (UK) Limited ELVASTON LODGE RESIDENTIAL HOME 24a Elvaston Lane, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0PU Tel: 01332 572 444 Places: 42 OP / Dem Provider: Zion Care Homes FARRIESS COURT 103 Boulton Lane, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0FF Tel: 01332 755555 Places: 26 OP / Dem Provider: Mr Allen Heath Advert page 72 GABLES PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL HOME, THE 161 Morley Road, Oakwood, Derby DE21 4QY Tel: 01332 280106 Places: 28 OP Provider: Ms Margaret Morris HOLLY TREE LODGE RESIDENTIAL HOME 2-4 Thornhill Road, Derby DE22 3LX Tel: 01332 382660 Places: 27 OP / Dem Provider: Holly Tree Lodge Ltd ISOBEL HOUSE 34/36 Falmouth Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0LZ Tel: 01332 231602 Places: 10 LDA Provider: Guy Peters IVY HOUSE 1 The Green, Mickleover, Derby DE3 0DE Tel: 01332 515584 Places: 22 OP Provider: Optimum Care (UK) Ltd LANDEMERE RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME Inverary Close, OďŹ&#x20AC; Grampian Way, Derby DE24 3JX Tel: 01332 272007 Places: 41 OP / Dem Provider: Anchor Trust

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol Advertisers are highlighted

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Derby City care homes continued LIMES RESIDENTIAL HOME, THE 12 Limes Avenue, Mickleover, Derby DE3 0DB Tel: 01332 516819 Places: 34 OP / PD Provider: The Limes Residential Home

LIVERSAGE COURT RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME Liversage Place, Derby DE1 2TL Tel: 01332 614340 Places: 40 OP / PD Provider: The Liversage Trust Charity

LINDEN HOUSE 9-11 Scarsdale Avenue, Littleover, Derby DE3 6ER Tel: 01332 344870 Places: 16 OP Provider: Sara Derbyshire

MANOR HOUSE, THE 137 Manor Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 6BU Tel: 01332 372358 Places: 12 LDA / SI Provider: Livlife (UK) Ltd

LITTLEOVER LANE CARE HOME 44 & 44a Littleover Lane, Littleover, Derby DE23 6JG Tel: 01332 270154 Places: 7 LDA Provider: Royal Mencap Society

MANORFIELDS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 47 Farley Road, Derby DE23 6BW Tel: 01332 346248 Places: 140 OP / Dem Provider: Normanton Lodge Ltd Advert page 71 MERRILL HOUSE Queensferry Gardens, Allenton, Derby DE24 9JR Tel: 01332 718400 Places: 40 OP / PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council

LITTLEOVER MANOR 453 Burton Road, Littleover, Derby DE23 6FL Tel: 01332 763260 Places: 6 PD / LDA Provider: Livlife (UK) Ltd

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Choosing the right care home for Mum was made easy. โ€ข Nursing Care โ€ข Residential Care โ€ข Dementia Care โ€ข Respite Care

From the moment my mother and I first visited Bluebell Park, we knew we had found somewhere pretty special. Elegant surroundings, delicious food and beautiful gardens were made even more appealing by the presence of like-minded residents with whom she can socialise and enjoy activities. For my part, knowing that sheโ€™s safe in the care of such a dedicated and compassionate team gives me great peace of mind. And for that Iโ€™m extremely grateful.

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Why not call us or drop in for a chat over a cup of tea?

www.barchester.com

Bluebell Park | Tel: 01332 426 187

| Royal Glen Park, Chellaston, Derbyshire, DE73 5EX

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Derby City care homes continued MOUNT CARMEL RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 310 HighďŹ elds Park Drive, Broadway, Derby DE22 1JX Tel: 01332 553466 Places: 20 OP Provider: Institute of Our Lady of Mercy

WARWICK HOUSE Bonsall Avenue, Littleover, Derby DE23 6JW Tel: 01332 718720 Places: 28 OP/ PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council

MULBERRY COURT RESIDENTIAL HOME 62 Blagreaves Lane, Littleover, Derby DE23 7FL Tel: 01332 776977 Places: 14 MH / YA Provider: Mulberry Court Care Homes Ltd

WESTERN HOUSE 211 Western Road, Mickleover Derby DE3 9GU Tel: 01332 230082 Places: 5 MH / YA Provider: Derbyshire Care Services Ltd

OAKLANDS 87 Burton Road, Derby DE1 1TJ Tel: 01332 242770 Places: 9 MH / YA Provider: Parkcare Homes (No2) Ltd

WESTWOOD 175 Station Road, Mickleover, Derby DE3 9FJ Tel: 01332 513888 Places: 24 OP / MH / YA Provider: Westwood (Derby) Ltd

PERTH HOUSE CARE HOME Athlone Close, Chaddesden, Derby DE21 4BP Tel: 01332 717550 Places: 39 OP / PD Provider: Derby City Council RAYNESWAY VIEW Foyle Avenue, Chaddesden, Derby DE21 6TZ Tel: 01332 718300 Places: 35 OP / PD / SI Provider: Derby City Council SOUTH AVENUE, 1 Chellaston, Derby DE73 6RS Tel: 01332 705136 Places: 8 PD / LDA / SI / YA Provider: Solor Care Group SOUTHOVER CARE HOME 397 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AN Tel: 01332 295428 Places: 22 OP / PD / SI Provider: White Doves Limited STRAWBERRY FIELDS REHABILITATION CENTRE 1166-1168 London Road, Alvaston, Derby DE24 8QG Tel: 01332 756636 Places: 18 MH / DA Provider: Premier Medicare (UK) LLP TREVAYLER RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME 309 Burton Road, Derby DE23 6AG Tel: 01332 348080 MH Provider: 2 Care VINEGAR HOUSE 17 Longford Street, Derby DE22 1GJ Tel: 01332 299533 Places: 13 MH Providers: Mrs Elizabeth Heather Fox, Mr Ian Brown

WHITE DOVES LTD 32-34 Renals Street, Derby DE23 6SH Tel: 01332 332725 Places: 13 OP / PD / SI Provider: White Doves Limited WILLOWCROFT Nottingham Road, Spondon, Derby DE21 7NN Tel: 01332 676010 Places: 60 OP / Dem Provider: MHA Group WOODLANDS 147 Kedleston Road, Derby DE22 1FT Tel: 01332 349625 Places: 6 LDA Provider: Community Care Solutions Ltd YEWS RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME, THE 2 Church Street, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0PR Tel: 01332 756688 Places: 27 OP Provider: Mr Rakesh Bhalla, Mrs Pushpa Bhalla

Farriess Court

Old Rectory

103 Boulton Lane, Alvaston, Derby DE24 0FF Telephone: 01332 755555

70 Risley Lane, Breaston, Derby DE72 3AU Telephone: 01332 874342

Professional care in a place you can call home Both homes have 26 beds with long term qualified staff, exclusive garden areas and a recent refurbishment, all in an original setting. Please contact us if you would like to arrange a viewing or would like to receive a brochure.

Service OP: Older people (65+) Dem: Dementia PD: Physical disability LDA: Learning disability, autism User Bands MH: Mental health SI: Sensory impairment YA: Younger adults DA: People who misuse drugs and alcohol

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1-3 Larch Road

50

Apex Nursing & Care Services 12

Bradcare Ltd

12

11 Denby Road

42

April Park Nursing Home

49

Bramble Brook House

70

11 Heathervale Close

42

Arboretum House

69

Bramble Lodge

61

15 Thompson Drive

58

Argyle Residential Home

39

Branksome Care Home

38

16 Mansfield Road

58

Ash Lea House

58

Briar Close House Care Home 61

17 Ella Bank Road

58

Ashcroft Care Home

40

Brimington Care Home

42

23 Cecil Road

50

British Red Cross

16

24 St Marks Road

69

Ashefields Residential Care Home

64

Broadstone Close

70

24 Stand Road

42

Ashfields Care Home

56

26 Henley Way

61

Ashford Lodge Nursing Home 60

Brookfields Private Nursing Home

26 St Marks Road

69

Ashgate House Care Home

40

Brookholme Care Home

42

33 Station Road

42

Ashlea Hostel

69

Brookholme Croft

40

4 Manchester Road

39

Ashlee Care Home

61

Brooklands, The

46

48 Heath Road

50

Ashleigh Residential Home

42

Brookside Care Home

61

68 High Street

58

Aspen Court Nursing Home

67

Brookview Nursing Home

49

7 & 8 Blunt Street

61

Aspen House Ltd

69

Broom Cottage

50

9 Blunt Street

61

Audley Care Darley Dale

12

Broomhouse Nursing Home

40

9 Victoria Street

42

Autumn Grange

52

Burton Closes Hall

45

Burton Lodge Nursing Home

67

Butterflys Care Service

16 58

67, 70

A

B

A Grade Community Care Services

Bakewell Cottage Nursing Home

45

Butterley House

Bank Close House

42

Buxton Home Support Service 12

C

16

Abbey Court Nursing & Residential Home

67

Bankwood Care Home

56

Abbeydale

67

Barnfield Manor Care Home

49

Ada Belfield House Care Home 58

Bearwardcote Hall

64

Advance Support Shirebrook

16

Beaumont House

69

Alexandra Nursing Home

60

Allied Healthcare

12

Beech Lodge Residential Home

Ability Ash Lodge

16, 42

Allround Nursing Care Limited 16

C & S Homecare Limited

16

Camden Care Home

61

Care For Independence

12

Care Relief Team

12

70

Care UK

12

Beechcroft Care Home

61

Carers Sitting Service

12

Beechwood House

39

Carewatch

12

AMG Nursing and Care Services

16

Belper Views

58

Caring Hands

12

Amber Lodge Nursing Home

67

Birches, The

70

Castle Court

64

Amberleigh Manor

54

Birchgrove

46

Castle Park

67

Amberley House (3)

50

Cedar Court

63

Amberley Nursing Home

49

Birchwood Homecaring Services Ltd

12

Cedar Lodge

42

Andrin House Nursing Home

67

Blackwell Care Centre

52

Cedar Tree

67

Angels Community Homecare Service

Bliss Support Ltd

12

12

Bluebell Park

67

Cedars And Larches Care Home, The

60

Annecroft Residential Home

69

Changing Lives UK

70

Annefield House

69

Bosworth Homecare Services

Chatsworth Lodge Nursing Home

40

12

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Cherry Tree House (Holly House & Ivy House) 50

Derbyshire Individual Support Service

16

Chesapeake House

12

ChesterďŹ eld Home Care Ltd

16

Derbyshire Federation For Mental Health

Chestnut View

70

Derbyshire Total Care Ltd

12

Chimneys Residential Home

70

Derwent House

42

Church View & Larklands

60

Derwent Lodge

67

Claydon Lodge

50

Derwent View

70

Cleeve Villas

67

Direct Health

12

CliďŹ&#x20AC; House Nursing Home

52

Domiciliary Care Agency

16

Douglas Court

70

Dove House (Doveridge)

46

Dove House (Sudbury)

46

70

Close Residential Care Centre, The

46

Clova House Residential Care Home

70

Codnor Park Residential Home 58

Dove House Residential Home (Ashbourne) 46

Coleridge House

Dulwich Manor

70

Community Care Line Services 12

70

E

Farriess Court

70

Firs Residential Home

62

Firs, The

56

Firstpoint Homecare Ltd

12

Fisher Close Nursing Home

40

Florence Shipley

58

Forest View Care Home

67

Francis House Care Home

42

Freedom Care Services

14

Freedom Centre

16

Fullwood House

62

G Gables Care Home

39

Gables Private Residential Home, The

70

Gables Retirement Home

50

Community Care Services

12

Community Rehabilitation Management

16

East Midlands Homecare Ltd 12

Copperbeech

58

Ecclesbourne Lodge

46

Coppice & Oakside

61

Ecclesfold

39

Corner House

54

Corner View Residential Care Home

Eckington Court Nursing Home

49

Grange Care Home (Eckington) 50

50

Elgin House

50

Cornerways

42

Elm Lodge Care Home

42

Grange Care Home (Shirebrook)

Cottage, The

62

Elm Residential Care Home

54

Cottage Care Ltd

12

Coxbench Hall Residential Home

Elmwood House Nursing Home

58

Creative Support Services

12

Crocus Homecare

16

Crossroads East Midlands

12

D

East Clune Care Home

54

Gernon Manor

46

Glasshouse Hill

16, 58

Glebe Care Home

59

Goyt Valley House

39

52

Grange Residential Care Home 62 Grangewood Lodge

64

40

Green Gables

56

Elvaston Lodge Residential Home

70

Green Nursing Home (DronďŹ eld)

49

Ena Carecall Ltd

12

Green Nursing Home (Hasland) 40

Enable Care & Home Support 12

Gresley House Care Home

64

Enablers Independent Living 2000 Ltd

Grove House

50

12

Dales Care Home

64

Erewash Supported Living

16

Darley Hall

46

Excell Home Care

16

Deafblind UK

12

Eyam Domiciliary Services

12

Dent House Nursing Home

45

Derby House Nursing Home

38

F

Derbyshire Autism Services Group

16

74

Generations Care Agency Ltd 14

Fair Haven Fairplay - Home Based Support Service

50 16

H Haddon House (Clowne)

52

Haddon House Care Home (Ilkeston)

60

Handley Care Services

17

Hardwick Close (2 & 4)

50

Harmony Care & Support Ltd

14

Hawthorns Care Home

39

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Hazeldene House Residential Home

50

Hazelwood Care Home

62

Heathcotes Care

62

Heathervale

42

K

Heathfield Gardens

52

Key West

62

Heights Care Home, The

49

Kidsley Grange

56

Highfield House Care Home

45

Kilburn Care Home

56

Highfields Care Home

64 49

59

Meadow View Nursing Home 49

Hill House Care Home

King William Residential Home

56

63

50

Meadows, The

Hill Top Care Home

Kingsfield Care Home

14

62

L

Mears Care

Hillcrest Care Home

Medico

14

Hillside House

62

Ladycross House Care Home

62

Mediline Nurses and Carers Ltd 14

Holbrook Hall

59

Ladywood

60

Mencap

14

Hollies, The

54

71

39

70

Merrill House

Hollin Knowle

Landemere Residential Care Home Langdale Heights

67

Merseybank Nursing Home

38

Midshires Healthcare Ltd

59

Milford House

56

J Jason Hylton Court Nursing Home

M 63

Manor House, The

71

Manorfields Residential Care Home

71

Maple Leaf House

56

Markham House

54

Masson House

48

Meadow Grange

50

Holly Tree Lodge Residential Home

70

Langdale Lodge

42

Hollybank House

56

Langwith Lodge

54

Hollybank Nursing Home

52

Laurel Grove

42

Millennium Homecare Services Ltd

14

Holmlea Care Home

54

Laurels, The

67

Millfield Care Home

52

Laurieston House

42

Lavender Lodge Nursing Home

Moore Care Limited 4 Manchester Road

17

67

Moorland House

45

Home Instead Senior Care 14, 17

Leys, The

46

Morewood Centre

59

Home Support Services

14

Lilybank Hamlet

46

Morton Grange

49

Homecare D and D

14

Limes Residential Home, The

71

Housing 21

14

Linden House

71

Mount Carmel Residential Care Home

72

Hydro Domiciliary Care Agency, The

Littlemoor House

42

17

Littleover Lane Care Home

71

Mount Olive Residential Care Home

68

Littleover Manor

71

Mount Pleasant Care Home

64

Mulberry Court Residential Home 72

Holmwood Manor Nursing Home

49

Home Care Direct

17

I Independent Care Link

14

Littleover Nursing Home

67

Independent Living Services

14

Liversage Court Residential Care Home

71

Lodge Care Home, The

49

Lodge Nursing Home

38

Long Meadow Care Home

48

Longmoor Lodge

62

Lorraine s Residential Home

64

Lyncroft Care Home

54

Individual Homecare Services 17 Intercare Services

14

Isobel House

70

Ivonbrook Care Home

45

Ivy House (Heanor)

17

Ivy House (Mickleover)

70

N Nether Hall

63

Nethermore Care Home

49

New Bassett House

54

Newlands House

63

Normanton Lodge Care Home 54 Normanton Village View Nursing Home

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Norsaca

14

Nottingham DCA

17

O

Precedo Health Care Services SheďŹ&#x192;eld 17

Shirebrook Miners Welfare Charity Centre ILS

17

Premier Care

Smalley Hall Residential Home

59

14

Oakford Manor Nursing Home 38

Presentation Sisters Care Centre

45

Solor Care Home

66

Oaklands

72

Prestige Nursing Ltd

14

South Avenue, 1

72

Oaklands North Care Home

52

Oaks Nursing Home, The

68

R

Oakwood Bungalows Nursing Home

Radis Community Care

14

South Derbyshire and Dales Short Break and Assessment Service 66

40

Ravensworth Care Home

44

Southlands Care Home

62

Old Lodge Nursing Home

63

Raynesway View

72

Southover Care Home

72

Old Rectory, The

62

Reach Enablement Services

14

Special Care Services

14

Old Vicarage (Alfreton)

59

Old Vicarage (Long Eaton)

60

Real Life Options Nottingham

17

Spinney Care Home

44

Red House

44

Spion Kop Care Home

54

39

Spire DCA

17

Spencer Grove

17, 58

Old Vicarage Care Home (Bakewell)

48

Redcourt

Old Vicarage (Clay Cross)

49

Redhouse

62

Springbank House

40

60

Rhodelands

48

Springwood House

59

Richmond Residential Care Home

54

St Christopher s Trust

14

Ridgeway Nursing Home

56

St Mary s Nursing Home

45

Ridgewood House

44

St Michael s Nursing & Residential Home

40

Risings Care Home

39

Oliver House

One To One Support Services 14 Osmaston Grange Care Centre 56 Overseal Residential Home

64

P

St Werburghs House

68

Park Nursing Home, The

68

Riverdale Residential Home

44

Stanley House

68

Patridge Grange

17

Robin s Nest

44

Stanton Hall

60

Pavilion Care Centre

39

Rowan Lodge

40

Stanton Manor

66

Peak Care Homecare

17

Rowthorne Care Home

59

Pegasus Care Ltd

14

Royal Manor

68

Staveley Residential Community Care Centre

44

Pendlebury Court Care Home 39

Rutland Manor

60

Sterling Homecare

14

Pennine Care Centre

39

Perth House Care Home

72

S

Strawberry Fields Rehabilitation Centre

72

Supporting Solutions

17

Sutton Court Lodge

44

S & W Independent Living

14

17

Saddletree House

44

Petersham Centre

62

Saint Elkas Care Home

54

Phoenix Lodge

39

Seale Pastures House

66

T

Pinxton Manor Nursing Home 52

Serendipity Healthcare Ltd

14

Tansley House

48

Piramid Care Services Ltd

14

Shardlow Manor

66

Tapton Grove

40

Pool Cottage Care Home

66

Tarry Hill

39

Poplars, The

54

Shelton Lock Residential & Nursing Home

68

Tender Loving Care Services

17

Portland Nursing Home

38

Sherwood View

68

Treetops

59

Positive Horizons Ltd

14

Shipley Hall Care Home

58

Trees Care Home

48

Shipley Lodge

58

Thera Trust

14

Personalised Support Team Derbyshire

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Thomas College House Care Home

Victoria Court

62

Whittington Care Centre

40

54

Victoria Park Care Home

60

Whittington Village

41

Thornhill House

45

Vinegar House

72

Whitwell Park

52

Three Gates

62

Trees Care Home

46

Trevayler Residential Care Home Tynefield Court Nursing Home

72 63

U Underhall Resource Centre

48

United Response

14

V

Willowbank Residential Home 39

W

Willowcroft

72

Willows Nursing Home

41

Willows, The

59

Windsor Park Nursing Home

69

Wallfield House

66

Warwick House

72

Watford House Care Home

39

Welby Croft

39

West Hallam Residential Home

62

Woodlands

72

Western House

72

Woodlands Care Home

41

Western Mount Lodge

68

Westside Care Home

69

Woodlands Nursing Home (Ripley)

58

Woodville Care Home

66

Wright Homecare

66

Woodhall Park Nursing Home 60

Vale Care Home, The

52

Westwood

72

Valley Care Direct

17

Wheathills House

59

Valley Lodge Care Centre

45

White Doves Ltd

72

Y

Valley View

66

Whitestones

39

Yews Residential Care Home, The

72

Other advertisers Ashmere Care Group Inside Front Cover

Granby House

Barchester

71

Kingfisher Court

Care Choices Helpline 17, 51, 55, 57 63, 65 Caring Homes

65

Croft

53

Four Seasons Health Care

37

Hillcare

46 41, 46, 51, 61

Peak Care

4

Percurra

17

53

Progressive Care

47

Lady Well Views

55

Milford Care

57

Sutton Court, Lodge & Manor Inside Front Cover

Monarch Healthcare

53

Tynefield Care

63

My Care

71

Woodlands

53

Parkside

53

Your Health Group

55, 62

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MORTON Stretton Road, Morton, Alfreton

www.morton Morton Grange, established 1986, offers person-centred “Care With Choice” “Quality care through quality training in a clean, safe and happy environment.” · Providing nursing, residential, respite and day care · Three homes, on one site, allowing a real choice of living environment · First class facilities, specialist nursing equipment and dedicated staff · Daily activities, weekly social evenings, regular trips & monthly functions · Licensed bar, hairdressers, garden room, mini bus, landscaped grounds · Supernumerary nurse manager presence 12 hours per day, 7 days per week · Experienced matron manager supported by dedicated management team · Full time activities co-ordinator and maintenance person on-site · “Friends of Morton Grange” committee help to plan entertainment and trips · Winner of two national and two regional best care home awards in the past 3 years · Awarded 3 stars by the Care Quality Commission - August 2008 · Derbyshire County Council Quality Premium Award Recipients · Recipients of “Derbyshire Dignity Champion” November 2011 · Macmillan Life Enhancing Care Home Programme - March 2012 · Derbyshire End of Life Care Quality Award - March 2012 · Achieved 100% in Derbyshire PCT audit - March 2011 · 5 star rated in Food Hygiene (out of 5) · Investors in People since 1996 · Participating in National Gold Standard Framework palliative care programme · Accredited to provide placements for ONP nurses Visitors welcome any time. Contact us for more information and a newsletter

For care home & daycare enquiries contact Morton Grange Reception on: Phone : 01246 866 888 Fax : 01246 861 757 Email : info@mortongrange.co.uk


GRANGE Derbyshire DE55 6HD

grange.co.uk Morton Grange Careline providing domiciliary care since 1993 “Providing best quality care and support in the comfort of your own home.” · Supporting a wide range of clients by scheduling regular and convenient visits · Enabling clients to continue living independently for longer · Promoting personal choice and protecting client dignity · Providing piece of mind for friends and relatives by meeting clients’ needs · Dedicated team of over 80 carers and our own Edexcel Accredited training centre · Staff undergo a thorough induction which leads on to QCF qualifications · Our domiciliary care manager is also an QCF internal verifier · Operating in Amber Valley, Bolsover and North East Derbyshire · All three areas are close to our offices at Morton Grange · Each area is managed by a dedicated, full time qualified co-ordinator · Office hours are Monday to Friday 9am-5pm · Member of the management team on-call at all other times · Our dedicated staff are familiar with the specific needs of each client they visit · Visit times are arranged to suit the needs and wishes of individual service users · We assist with personal care (e.g. bathing, dressing, medication) as well as household maintenance (e.g. cleaning, shopping, laundry, cooking) · Regular assessment of client needs to ensure they are receiving the help required · 93% of respondents on latest service user questionnaire would recommend us · Many clients are fully funded by or receive direct payments from Social Services · Enquiries without obligation and we will arrange to visit you at home For more information or if you have any questions please contact us as below

For domiciliary & training enquiries contact Morton Grange Careline on: Phone : 01246 861 500 Fax : 05600 492 653 Email : carelineservices@btconnect.com


Portland Nursing Home s t n u o c e r a c e r e Wh

Registered Nursing Home Association

A warm family run home located in the beautiful and renowned park area of the Spa town of Buxton. We provide a quality environment in which residents will lead as normal a life as they are able to. We are committed to providing the very best 24 hour Nursing Care. Residents are treated as individuals and are cared for with respect and dignity within a safe, comfortable and homely environment which provides stimulation and encourages independence where appropriate.

We welcome your call or visit at any time. 8 Park Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6SG Tel: 01298 23040 E-mail: info@portlandcare.co.uk Web: www.portlandcare.co.uk


Derbyshire Care Services Directory 2012/13