Choosing a care home for yourself or a loved one can be a difficult decision to make. It is important to choose a place that meets any social, mental and health-care needs. If you are considering residential care, one of the early steps is to get a free needs assessment from your local social services department. A professional assessment can help you understand the level and type of support needed and allow you to choose the care home best suited to these needs.
Ratings from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) can be another helpful tool for choosing the best care home. The CQC performs in-depth assessments on the quality of care homes throughout England. You can find Meadow Grange’s CQC report below.
Visiting care homes and talking to the staff is often a big help in making a decision. To make an appointment to visit Meadow Grange and meet our care home manager, call 01142 891110.
For those assessed as needing continuous health care, you might have to use personal funds to pay for your care home fees if you are not eligible for governmental support. Your local authority can perform a financial assessment to determine how much you should contribute to your care home fees. There are various financial advisors who can help you navigate the care funding options available to you and decide the best route to take. Please visit carehome.co.uk for additional information on care fees.
Originally a school house, Meadow Grange is a stunning stone building that stands on three acres of ground overlooking the Derbyshire countryside.
The high-quality single and premier rooms can perfectly accommodate up to 47 residents. There are several lounges and dining facilities, allowing residents to have a choice as to where to spend their day.
There is a comprehensive activity programme, including craft work, exercise classes, and frequent outings to the local community and theatres. Residents are encouraged to become highly involved in the organisation of their own home.
Please call at any time to view the home.