Tel: 01260 253356
Sutton Oaks Care Centre is a beautiful Grade 2 listed building situated in 10 acres of gardens and woodland with views of the surrounding countryside. Sutton Oaks was built in 1875 by Thomas Worthington the renowned Manchester architect and was constructed entirely with Pink Tegs Nose stone which gives the building its unique, picturesque quality.
The Care Centre has separate specialist units for both elderly nursing clients and clients with dementia and related difficulties. The dedicated, multi-skilled nursing team, comprising of general, psychiatric and learning disabilities nurses, work with a person centred approach, adapting to residents' needs. The team ensure that Sutton Oaks is a happy, welcoming and homely environment for all residents.
Sutton Oaks is decorated to a high standard with several spacious lounges and separate dining facilities. Many rooms have open views of the beautiful gardens and surrounding countryside and all rooms and public areas are wheelchair accessible. Client rooms and communal areas are fitted with a call bell system so that staff assistance can be obtained quickly and easily.
The majority of bedrooms are single occupancy with ensuite facilities and are located on two floors with passenger lift access to the first floor.
Sutton Oaks has an allotment garden and a charming, secure garden where residents can walk, sit with visitors or do a little gardening. A recent addition to Sutton Oaks is a Memorial Orchard where trees are planted in memory of people who have lived at Sutton Oaks.
The catering team are very flexible in accommodating resident's dietary needs and are passionate about delivering high quality home cooking.
Visitors are always very welcome; residents, relatives and staff often meet to discuss the activities programme, catering and to swap life stories.
Sutton Oaks Care Centre is passionate about client care; the dedicated management and staff ensure that Sutton Oaks is a home from home for all residents.
Owner: Canterbury Care
Person in charge: Liz Hamilton (Manager)
Local Authority / Social Services: Cheshire East Council (click for contact details)
Type of Service: Care Home with nursing – Privately Owned , 55 residents
Registered Care Categories*: Dementia • Old Age • Physical Disability
Specialist Care Categories: Alzheimer's
Admission Information: Residents 50+. Ages 60+.
Single Rooms: 35
Shared Rooms: 10
Rooms with ensuite WC: 37
Facilities & Services: Day Care • Respite Care • Physiotherapy • Independent Living Training • Separate EMI Unit • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Lift • Wheelchair access • Gardens for residents • Residents Kitchenette • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room • Residents Internet Access
Latest CQC* Report on Sutton Oaks Care Centre: click here
*Care Quality Commission (CQC) is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in England.
Current Bed Vacancies Posted by Sutton Oaks Care Centre
(Nursing vacancies available.)
posted 19 Nov 2013
Recommendation Score: 7.8 (7.803)
The user 'Recommendation Score' (7.8 for Sutton Oaks Care Centre) is calculated using a combination of the average of all ratings on user Recommendations submitted in the last 2 years, and the total number of user recommendations submitted in relation to the number of beds at the care home. The maximum Recommendation Score is 10. To see more about the carehome.co.uk user recommendations please click here.
Review of Sutton Oaks Care Centre on Monday 25 November 2013 by THERESE HULL (relative was resident there)
Mt father in law was in his nineties, diabetic, profoundly deaf with mobility issues and could no longer be cared for at home. We carried out a lot of research before finally selecting Sutton Oaks as the care home for him and were very glad we did as the staff there were exceptional in the level of care they provided for him. We visited once a week and always found him up and dressed sitting in his chair whenever we arrived. Due to his hearing problems it was vital that, when turning his TV on in the morning, the staff remembered to put on the sub titles. We never once arrived to find they had forgotten and if there was nothing on he wanted to watch there was always someone to put a DVD on for him - he loved watching ones about steam trains. The home's chef was also a train fan and spent time sitting with my father in law so they could enjoy the trains together. The chef also deserves a special mention for all the effort he put into producing special dishes to tempt my father in law's appetite during those times when he seemed to loose interest in food. In fact, going the extra mile was the norm for the staff there, not just for the residents but also for the relatives. Having been married for many years my mother in law found it very difficult to deal with the separation and used to ring the home daily to check how he was. The staff always had time to give her a thorough update which was a big help to her in coming to terms with her changed circumstances. The home manager seemed to take a very hands on approach, nothing was too much trouble and she was very supportive.
Overall Standard: Excellent
Care / Support: Excellent
Treated with Dignity: Excellent
Food & Drink: Excellent
Safety / Security: Excellent
Value for Money: Good
Care Home Idol 2013
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