Nestled within the centre of the Northumberland town of Ashington, Station Court is a stunning purpose-built care home that provides expert residential, dementia and respite care to the elderly. This Barchester Healthcare home has been designed with residents in mind and is home to a range of modern facilities, including beautifully decorated bedrooms equipped with ensuite bathroom facilities, a selection of stylish communal lounges, modern dining areas, a tranquil conservatory, manicured gardens and an on-site hairdressing salon. As well as priding themselves on their excellent links with the local community, the dedicated team at Station Court ensure each resident is kept engaged, stimulated and happy through a varied activity programme.
Individuals with low care needs, who are either fully independent or require minimal assistance with personal care and day-to-day tasks. Residential care usually includes support with tasks like: dressing, washing, taking oral medication and hoisting.
Individuals that have been diagnosed with dementia and are no longer able to live independently at home due to requiring specialist 24-hour care services.
Individuals that require a temporary living arrangement at a care home. Respite is also referred to as a short care home stay and may range from a few days to a couple weeks.
It is situated in Ashington and is close to popular amenities.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is England's health and social care services regulator. Station Court is rated good, based on the level of care and safety at the home.
The following types of elderly care are available at this home: respite, dementia, residential.
Currently, there are 64 beds at the home.
This care home is owned and operated by Barchester Healthcare.
There are a variety of health and wellness activities available at Station Court, including: Arts & Crafts, Exercise & Fitness, Book & Poetry
Prices will vary from home to home, depending on the level of elderly care required. At Station Court the cost of care starts from £1,067 per week.