The Grange Care Home
Description of The Grange Care Home
Special Care: Cancer Care, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Head/Brain Injury, Hearing Impairment, Speech Impairment, Visual Impairment, Huntington's Disease, Parkinsons's Disease, Stroke, Neuropathic, Orthopaedic, Anorexia/Bulimia/Self Harming, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease
The Grange is a carefully converted and extended Victorian house, providing nursing and social care in a selection of differing rooms.
Many of our rooms are for single occupancy, although several are large enough for sharing companions. The majority are en-suite.
The Grange is situated on the outskirts of Colne, within easy reach of shops and other amenities, public transport and the M65 motorway. Specifically, the town centre is only half a mile away.
This home is rated by the Commission for Social Care Inspection as providing 'excellent' outcomes for its residents.
The Grange has TV lounges and a quiet sitting room. Separate dining rooms, where residents can join the company of others at meal times, are also an important feature of the home. In addition an acre of beautiful gardens is available for use by the residents.
Our Chef prepares a wide range of home cooked food based upon traditional cooking using fresh produce. Special diets are catered for and daily choices are available.
The home is attended by an experienced hair stylist, a qualified chiropodist and a range of complementary therapies can be arranged to suit individual requirement.
A varied programme of activities also takes place in the home for the benefit of residents.
The Grange Care Home 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
The above rating has been calculated from aggregate data of submitted reviews of user experiences relating to this care home. It does not represent the opinion or view of Compare Care Homes, its staff or its directors. The rating may change dependant on the opinions contained within the submitted user reviews.
Care Home Type: Conventional Care Home
Total Rooms: 40 places
Price Per Week From: £390.00
Diets Catered For: All Diets Catered For
|Over-65's Care|| Single|
Single En Suite
Double En Suite
|Physical Disability|| Single|
Single En Suite
Double En Suite
Retain own GP: Yes
GP rounds: Not stated
GP round durations: Not stated
Result of CQC's latest check on The Grange Care Home.
The above information is provided in real-time from the Care Home Regulator for England, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Care Home Questionnaire
"Take this questionnaire along with you when you start visiting care homes yourself. We hope that it will help you make the right decision by suggesting what you should ask and look for in a simple yes/no format. We have tried to include all the important considerations."
The Grange Care Home News
Is Four Seasons Healthcare looking to take on former Southern Cross care homes?
The Sunday Telegraph has today published an interesting news article on whether Four Seasons Health Care may soon be expanding its portfolio of UK care homes through the potential acquisition of former Southern Cross care homes. The article refers to the operator HC-One, which has over 200 care homes in England and Wales.
1 December 2013
» Read Full Story