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Carter House Care Home

GoodCQC Rating
1 / 7
Greener Choice

Carter House is more energy efficient than the average independent living property.

Care Home Location

Carter House,  1 Farnham Gardens, Raynes Park, London SW20 0UE, UK
Bus Stop0.40 miles
Local Pub0.40 miles
Train Station0.40 miles
Nearby Shops0.40 miles
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Overview

Carter House in Raynes Park, South West London, is a specialised care and nursing home offering high quality nursing, residential and dementia care. The team at Carter House, led by manager Hilma, create tailored care plans for each resident to ensure everyone gets the support they need, while on-site nurses are always on hand for any medical assistance required. Facilities are all tastefully decorated and include a hair and beauty salon, freshly refurbished lounge and dining areas and gardens. Carter House has a strong community spirit and residents are encouraged to take part in the activities and wellbeing programme to stay active and independent, as well as enjoying events and outings in the local area.

BrandCountry Court
Purpose BuildYes
Opening Date2004
Beds46
Ensuite Facilities100%
All InclusiveYes

Types of Elderly Care*

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Residential Care

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.

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Dementia Care

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.

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Nursing Care

Individuals who require 24-hour assistance and care from qualified nurses due to medical conditions and/or personal living needs. This may include people that require intensive rehabilitative care following a stroke, or simply need support using a peg feeding tube.

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Respite Care

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.

* Registered with sector regulator 'Care Quality Commission (CQC)' to provide these categories of care.

CQC Rating

GoodOverall Rating
CQC Safe Rating
Good
CQC Effective Rating
Good
CQC Caring Rating
Good
CQC Responsive Rating
Good
CQC Well-led Rating
Good
CQC Publication Date: 28/10/2022

Care Home Facilities

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Wi-Fi

Recent years has seen the rise of the silver surfer! 65% of care seekers want high-speed Wi Fi in their care home.

Garden Area

A care home’s garden is considered to the most important facility with over 84% of care seekers voting it as a must have!

Hair & Beauty Salon

38% of care seekers told us that having a hair & beauty salon was a key consideration to their selection process.

Wi-Fi

Recent years has seen the rise of the silver surfer! 65% of care seekers want high-speed Wi Fi in their care home.

Garden Area

A care home’s garden is considered to the most important facility with over 84% of care seekers voting it as a must have!

Care Home Activities

Where is Carter House located?

It is situated in London and is close to popular amenities.

What is the CQC rating of Carter House?

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is England's health and social care services regulator. Carter House is rated good, based on the level of care and safety at the home.

What types of elderly care are available at Carter House?

The following types of elderly care are available at this home: nursing, respite, dementia, residential.

How many beds does Carter House have?

Currently, there are 46 beds at the home.

Who owns Carter House?

This care home is owned and operated by Country Court.

What types of activities and events are available at this care home?

There are a variety of health and wellness activities available at Carter House, including: Beer, Cocktail & Wine, Children Visits, Wellbeing Classes

What is the cost of care at Carter House?

Prices will vary from home to home, depending on the level of elderly care required. At Carter House the cost of care starts from £1,200 per week.