The health, safety and well-being of our residents, visitors and staff is Coate Water Care’s number one priority and our very high standards in safety and cleanliness provide peace of mind to both residents and their loved ones.

  • All visitors are screened for symptoms of COVID-19
  • Plentiful stocks of full PPE
  • Social distancing in place
  • Enhanced cleaning procedures
  • Latest care sector technology tracks residents’ health
  • Staff trained in infection control and PPE use

Vaccinations

Residents and staff at all nine Coate Water Care homes have had their COVID-19 vaccinations and our homes are a safe environment for new residents.

Visiting our homes

As of May 17, the number of named family members or friends able to visit their loved ones in care homes is increased from 2 to 5. Check with your local home to find out the latest arrangements.

CQC inspections

The CQC has been carrying out special inspections to make sure our care homes are COVID-compliant. There are no ratings for these inspections but our good safety practices have been acknowledged.

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Care Guide Summary

Homes that provide care for the elderly and for people with dementia or Alzheimer's are not the sometimes regimented and impersonal institutions of old. There is now a considerable range of choice, support and guidance freely available. In the past, it was often thought that going into a care home (or being "put in a care home") was nothing more than a convenient dumping ground for the unwanted and unloved. As life expectancy increases year on year, so too does the need for professional care homes like Coate Water Care that understand they are providing a home for increasingly savvy pensioners who know what they want and are rightly demanding.

Elderly people are now encouraged to make their own choices. Many pensioners have realised that giving up a larger than necessary house, with the daily stress of coping with increasing council tax and rising heating bills which diminish their pensions, is the right move for them. Moving into a home that provides care – especially the kind of personalized and sensitive care which is the norm at Coate Water Care - has many benefits over going it alone. That includes people with Alzheimer's who deserve to be cared for professionally and given as much independence as they desire on good days and supported well on lesser days.

Moving into a care home is not about giving up independence. It is about making a change that suits you, a change that means living in an environment where you can relax and socialise with like-minded people, those that have seen the same changes in the world as you have, with a host of memories to be shared and a future to look forward to.

A Care home is not a home from home, it is your home.

We care because you care

Let us help you find the right care for your loved ones. Please contact our ‘Welcome Team,’ Sue or Paul, with any questions about care or to arrange a visit to your local Coate Water Care home. Call: 01793 821200

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