Manor - Nursing Care
At Abbots Leigh Manor we provide 24-hour nursing care for older people including those with terminal illnesses. Kathy Bauer RGN is the home manager and we have a team of qualified nurses on duty at all times. We have both single and shared rooms all with en-suite facilities, private phone lines and televisions. We offer day care, short stays and permanent care.
Lampton House - Residential Care
Lampton House is registered to provide 24-hour residential care for people over the age of 65 years. Our manager, Sherry Kitchen, has been at Lampton House for twenty years and she leads a team of experienced carers. We have 30 single rooms all with en-suite facilities, private phone lines and televisions. We offer day care, short stays and permanent care.
Stainsbridge House - Specialist Dementia Care
Stainsbridge House is registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide residential care for older people living with a dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia or Parkinson’s disease. We offer a safe and secure environment for the people who live with us and our staffing levels are higher than those found in non-dementia care homes. We offer day care, short stays and permanent care.
Abbots Leigh Manor retains its 3 star rating!
Following our most recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission Abbots Leigh Manor retained its 3 star rating. In her report (which is available in full at www.cqc.co.uk) the inspector comments: 'Abbots Leigh is well maintained, decorated and furnished to a very high standard, providing a safe, homely, peaceful environment for everyone. The home meets and in some area exceeds the standards.'
We now have wireless Skype in all our homes so residents can keep in touch with family and friends anywhere in the world - free!
'Extremely homely. Nothing is too much trouble. Staff are courteous and helpful. You are made to feel at home' Donald, Abbots Leigh Manor
'First class home, very comfortable and warm. Choice of where you have your food. You can choose if you want to join in with activities or stay in your room and read. Friends are welcome to come for lunch.' Mary. Lampton House