Ritson Lodge - Hopton
Description of Ritson Lodge - Hopton
Ritson Lodge Care Home is situated within the picturesque village of Hopton-On-Sea, a stones throw from the sea and the beautiful coastline of Norfolk.
This exceptional new care home has been specifically designed as a home providing high-quality residential and nursing care for older people, including those individuals living with dementia. Ritson Lodge Care Home provides first class 24-hour Residential and Nursing Care in a warm, homely and friendly environment. Our team of qualified and dedicated staff focus on the individual needs of residents. They are committed to providing professional and respectful care with the resident at the heart of everything they do.
Ritson Lodge Care Home features a Memory Lane Community to provide high-quality nursing care for people living with dementia. Within our community, memory boxes with small reminders and items such as photographs are used to great effect to help each person reminisce. Features such as adapted crockery and tableware, sensory gardens with low risk walkways and activity kitchens are there to enable people to engage in life's everyday simple tasks and pleasures. Essential to our homely feel is the enhanced relationship of trust built with family, friends and residents.
Our premium facilities combined with highly trained staff ensure each and every individual is given superior attention. Our 24-hour care is provided in warm, welcoming environment, with delicious meals and daily activities, including a choice of therapeutic approaches. Together with our lively social calendar, this helps stimulate our people’s minds, and empowers them to approach their future in a positive way.
Local Authority Area: Norfolk
Ritson Lodge - Hopton Features
(within the grounds)
(other than English)
Place Of Worship
(includes a quiet room)
Access to support services (such as an optician, nutritionist, chiropodist, physiotherapist)
Can deal with behavioural issues
Care provided in the resident's home
Communal dining area/lounge area
End of life support
Family/carer can stay for the night
Flexible meal times
Flexible visiting times
Independent living training
Individual care plan for each resident
Local authority run care homes
On-site hairdresser available
Support for residents to spend short breaks at family homes
Warden-assisted sheltered housing
Emergency call system in room
Internet Access / WiFi
Telephone point in bedroom
TV point in bedroom
Residents can bring their own furniture
Location and Transport
Near public transport
Near shops and/or amenities
Own mini-bus or equivalent
Care Home Features
Close care unit
Lift/stairlift access to upper floor
Secure entrance/keypad access
Separate dementia unit
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Care Home Type: Conventional Care Home
Total Rooms: 60 places
We also provide for the following care needs:
Behavioural Difficulties, Complex Needs, Social or Emotional Difficulties, Speech and Language Difficulties, Stroke
Diets Catered For: Vegan Diet, Vegetarian Diet, All Diets Catered For
|Dementia / Alzheimer's|| Single|
Single En Suite
|Over-65's Care|| Single|
Single En Suite
|Physical Disability|| Single|
Single En Suite
Retain own GP: Yes
GP rounds: As Required
GP round durations: As Required
Result of CQC's latest check on Ritson Lodge - Hopton.
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