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What types of care do we provide at Stanfield Nursing Home?

As a nursing home, we offer care for all types of health conditions at any stage in elderly life. We split our services into general nursing care, dementia care and rest-of-life care. You can find more information about these on our website.

How long can my loved one receive care at Stanfield?

People can stay at Stanfield for as long as they need. We have developed an admissions process that carefully evaluates each individual looking to stay at our care home. This involves assessing whether or not we have the capacity to care for your loved ones long-term to ensure that we can provide care for the rest of life.

What are the visiting times?

Stanfield Nursing Home is open to visitors 24/7. Life can often be very busy so we want to make sure you are still able to visit your loved one. Therefore, our care home has no formal visiting times.

Can I bring children or pets?

Yes to both! If you do bring a pet, we ask that you respect other residents if they do not wish to be around them.

Can we take people out of the care home to go somewhere?

Yes. Stanfield Nursing Home is located in a lovely rural area near the Malverns. There are local garden centres, nature trails and much more to do in Worcester city centre. We will also provide wheelchairs and staff assistance where needed.

When do people have meals and is there a choice of meals?

We work on a person-centred care principle. Therefore, people can choose to eat their meals whenever is convenient for them. We also offer a range of choices for each meal, including vegetarian options.

What is person-centred care?

Person-centred care ensures that people are treated as an individual. This type of care regards the people using health and social services as equal partners in any decision about their care. At Stanfield Care Home, we work on the principle of telling people exactly what is going on. We believe there is a triad of care between staff, residents and family. All play an important role in providing the best possible care.

What activities can you do in a care home?

Stanfield’s Activities Coordinator plans a monthly calendar of activities that cater to everyone’s interests and hobbies. Common activities include musical entertainment, board games, story time, arts and crafts, gentle exercise, and gardening.