residential care

Stratton Court | Cirencester

DEMENTIA

RESPITE

NURSING

UNDERSTANDING RESIDENTIAL CARE

MAINTAINING INDEPENDANCE

Residential Care is provided at Stratton Court for those individuals who wish to remain as independent as possible in their everyday life, safe in the knowledge that there is 24 hour care and support available should they require it. Residential Care provides the opportunity and flexibility for the individual to have their own private time and space, or socialise with other residents when they choose to.

Residential Care includes assisting the person with activities of daily living for example assistance with personal hygiene, dietary requirements, mobility, elimination, and social interaction. This helps our residents to maintain their independence, self- esteem, and self- worth to achieve the quality of life they desire. 

At Stratton Court we minimise as much as possible the unnecessary stress and worry from growing older, replacing it with new friendships, fun, great food and fine wine. Old age should not be a barrier to enjoying life to the full, creating new memories and friendships to cherish along the way. 

FULLY INCLUSIVE

FINANCIAL SECURITY

Our Residential Care is fully inclusive, meaning there is no need to worry about costs of care, laundry or housekeeping. All of our residents are provided with three nutritious home-cooked meals each day provided by our Chef and an array of drinks and snacks are available at all times. 

★★★★★

M B (Wife of Resident)

“My husband spent only a short time at Stratton Court, as he was transferred there from the hospital for end of life palliative care. Despite that, my memories of the care given to my husband will remain with me for a very long time. The quality of care was exceptionally high; nothing was too much trouble. 
Medical staff went out of their way to explain the complexities of my husband’s condition. An ethos of care, kindness and empathy prevailed throughout, and my husband was treated with respect and compassion by everyone. It was impressive to witness the dedication of all staff.”

★★★★★

Pip F (Daughter of Resident)

“After caring for Mum for 9-years in our own house, it was hard handing her caring to someone else when I knew Mum inside out. Mum has lots of small problems, which all mount up, so it’s been hard trying to get my message across for help, but Stratton Court has taken over in a safe and friendly way. 
I now sleep at nights although it was tough going for me, not having contact during this virus, but they organised What’s App video calls and phone calls and now I can visit Mum at the other side of her patio doors and speak to her on the phone. The rooms are lovely, it is spotless and clean, the staff are just lovely including management, and they are starting to feel like an extended family. Mum feels safe and as contented as she can be, and I feel 100% happy that they go above and beyond for her in exceptional times, which have been hard on everyone; they really do care. Thank you, you don’t know the difference you have made.”

★★★★★

Wendy B (Daughter of Resident)

“Dad arrived at Stratton Court on March 10th, after a very long stay in the hospital, we never thought we would get him back to where he was born and bred.
Sadly, we only got to see dad another couple of times before the home was locked down, this was so hard but totally and utterly understandable! 
I worried how we would cope, how dad would cope, but the videos that the manager sent us on a daily basis were just wonderful, I know dad had good days and a lot of bad, but the care was second to none.
You spoke to him like a person and an adult. One of the videos we received filled us with so much joy, seeing dad eating soup and dunking his bread sat at the dining table, he looked so content and so happy.
We still miss him every day and are slowly coming to terms with him leaving us and the fact we had not seen him since March. Thank you for all that you did for dad.”

★★★★★

Sharon H (Daughter of Resident)

“My father was a permanent resident at Stratton Court Care Home for the last seven months of his life. Everyone that I came into contact with at the home was friendly, helpful and understanding during every visit I made (three or four times a week for the seven months that Dad was there). My father was 
well cared for and looked after and following a couple of falls during his time there, I was informed quickly and in a clear manner, with the utmost calmness and empathy by the staff member. The home is beautiful and has the feel of a smart hotel, as opposed to a care home. The facilities there are excellent for both residents and visitors.
When my father passed away, the staff were amazing, despite their own personal pressures as a result of the Covid-19 virus. Everyone was understanding, supportive and thoughtful towards us as a family. I would not hesitate to recommend this care home.”

★★★★★

Jackie (Daughter of Resident)

“The staff are very caring and professional, cleanliness was of a high standard. Due to the COVID-19 virus visiting my mum was restricted, however, the management arranged zoom meetings so the family were able to see and talk to mum.”

NOT READY TO GIVE UP YOUR HOME?

ASSISTED LIVING OPTIONS

If you’re not ready to give up living in your own home just yet, we do have an Assisted Living option available at Stratton Court which may better suit your needs.

STRATTON COURT RESIDENTIAL CARE

KEY INFORMATION

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Boutique private bedroom with en-suite wet-room

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Companionship – group and one to one

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Luxury facilities, including cinema, hairdressers, chiropody, spa, restaurant and bar

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Daily assistance with washing, dressing, showering, bathing etc

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Call bell system in operation

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GP visits facilitated

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Fully inclusive care package – no additional costs for food and drinks

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Excellent home-cooked meals from our seasonal menus sourced from high quality ingredients

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Tailored selection of events, activities, mini bus trips, bbqs, picnics and entertainment

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Personalised care plan devised with the individual and their relatives

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Medication management – individuals are supported to administer their own medication if they choose to or choose

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Weekly visits from the local minister – communion may be taken

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Continence assistance throughout the day

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Available to couples and individuals

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Maintenance provision

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24 hour access for visitors

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