Originally opened in 1980, Claremont Care Home was acquired by Hope Care in 2007. We offer residential care for those over 65, including those with Dementia and Alzheimer's. We understand that moving into a residential home can be a very emotional decision for some people. For others it represents a welcome move to added security, much-needed help and company.
Whichever is the case, we are here to make the move stress-free. Residents are surrounded by care and companionship and friendly faces; many firm friendships are forged with our staff and new friends are made amongst the residents.
We welcome applications from people from all walks of life and with many different needs, who enjoy the opportunity to share and celebrate the richness and diversity of their experience.
Simple things like enjoying a meal in company, a chat over a cup of tea, a game of cards or dominoes, or a laugh and a joke can help to make each day a happy and comfortable one.
We positively encourage residents to maintain the friendships and links they had before coming to live with us and we support them in continuing existing hobbies and interests - and exploring some new ones.
All inquirers are made aware of our diversity and anti-discriminatory policies and are encouraged to visit before continuing with their application. They may then apply directly for a place at Claremont. Following an application an assessment of need is carried out.
Each application is given careful consideration by Claremont’s management and, depending on vacancies, a decision to offer a place is made within seven days. Where there is no current vacancy, it is possible for an applicant to be placed on a waiting list. One of our main aims is to help our service users retain their links with the community, family, and friends.
As all care homes are required, we are inspected regularly by the Care Quality Commission.
We strive to make sure we achieve and maintain the standards required!
Click below to see the most recent report!
We are quite proud of it!