St Josephs Care HomeNew member
St Joseph’s Nursing Home in Danbury, Chelmsford provides nursing care to 41 residents. Compassion, dignity and respect are the foundation stones of care provided at St Joseph’s Nursing Home. The comfort and well-being of our residents is paramount, St Joseph’s provides a homely, relaxed and safe atmosphere and is fully integrated with the local community in Danbury, Chelmsford.
Providing long-term nursing care, all residents have their own care plan devised by the Nurse at St Joseph’s. The residents also have access to the community based healthcare team in Chelmsford including GP’s, Physiotherapists and Chiropodists.
The resident chef at St Joseph’s takes great pride in preparing freshly cooked meals which suit the tastes and nutritional needs of the home’s residents. Residents are encouraged to make menu suggestions and sweet treats are always provided to celebrate special occasions!
St Joseph’s has a dedicated Activities Coordinator who designs a varied programme of both group and individual activities based around the resident’s interests. Residents are encouraged to live their lives as they please and are able to join, or not, as they wish.
Dependent on the mood of residents they can choose to spend time in our social lounges with televisions or take some time for themselves in our dedicated quiet lounges. All bedrooms are tastefully decorated with the majority being ensuite. Residents are encouraged to personalise their rooms with their own furnishings and belongings.
Please call to arrange a viewing of the home, a member of St Joseph’s senior care team would be delighted to show you round the home and discuss your care needs.
|Type of service|
|Type of ownership|
|Car Park Facilities|
|Health Support Services e.g. Optician, Chiropodist, Physiotherapist|
|Lifting and handling equipment|
|Lifts and/or stair lifts|
|Onsite Hair Dresser|
|Residents can bring their own furniture|
|Special Dietary Requirements|
|TV in Bedroom|
|Visiting Faith Leaders|
|Dementia Care Services|
|Motor Neurone Disease|
|Old Age (65+)|
|Respite Care Homes|