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The Oaks Sidcup

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Description of The Oaks Sidcup

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The Oaks cares for up to 111 people with a variety of needs including people assessed for NHS Continuing care. The Care Centre was last inspected in January 2008 and obtained a 2 star, good rating. We are aware that many people with Dementia will have a variety of needs and our team includes both Registered Mental Health and Registered General nurses to provide 24 hour nursing care.

We have a number of activity groups such as lunch clubs, gardening and a recently added bike maintenance group. We also try to encourage visits to local pubs and restaurants in the area. Although we have a dedicated activity team all staff are encouraged to involve people in a number of different activities.

Situated on the A20 the service is easily accessible from London and Kent and free parking is provided. We are close to both Sidcup and Eltham high streets and we have a wheelchair accessible minibus, which can be used for trips out of the home.

The Oaks Sidcup Features

Pets
Pets Allowed
Private Garden
Private Garden
Smoking
Smoking Allowed
(within the grounds)
Disabled Access
Disabled Access
Special Diet
Special Diets
Languages
Languages
(other than English)
Place for Worship
Place Of Worship
(includes a quiet room)
Activities
Organised Activities
 
Support Services To Residents
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
Daily baths/showers
Dignity Champion
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
Palliative Care
Support for residents to spend short breaks at family homes
Warden-assisted sheltered housing
Room Facilities
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

Contact Details

The Oaks Sidcup
904 Sidcup Rd
New Eltham
London
SE9 3PW

Phone
Email

Website

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Care Services

Care Home Type: Conventional Care Home

Total Rooms: 111 places

Care Duration:
Convalescent Care
Day Care
Emergency Placements
Long Term
Respite
Short Stay
Trial Stay
Special Care:
Dementia / Alzheimer's
Mental Health

We also provide for the following care needs:
Behavioural Difficulties, Complex Needs, Depression, Social or Emotional Difficulties, Mental Health Disorders

Diets Catered For: Diabetic Diet, Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, Vegan Diet, Vegetarian Diet, All Diets Catered For, Liquid Diet

Availability

ServiceRoom Types
Dementia / Alzheimer's Single
Single En Suite
Mental Health Single
Single En Suite

GP Services

Retain own GP: No
GP rounds: Not stated
GP round durations: Not stated

Result of CQC's latest check on The Oaks Sidcup.

The above information is provided in real-time from the Care Home Regulator for England, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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