We see Field house as our residents home with us the visitors. We do everything in our power to ensure that a resident never has to leave Field House, therefore we have strong professional relationships with GP’s, District Nurses and a number of medical specialists. These colleagues, when needed, provide palliative care to our residents with declining health and additional needs.
Field House Care Home provides high-quality care and support for all needs and requirements including specialist dementia care. Our dementia care services are provided by our highly trained and professional dementia care specialists. We try to encourage as many independent activities and as much self-sufficiency as possible. We believe this allows our residents to remain in control and active, enhancing their quality of life.
We provide unrivalled care for every individual in their new home and ensure they are happy and healthy at all times. This goes hand in hand with personal, one to one assistance. At Field House, we assign a personal keyworker to each resident, allowing for consistency, routine, familiarity and the chance to build a special rapport.
Our dedicated team are loving, experienced, professional and caring. They have extensive knowledge of Dementia including more complex medical conditions and disabilities. All of our staff members are NVQ qualified at levels 2, 3 and 4, so you can rest assured that your loved one is in safe hands.
We have a combination of skilled staff on duty at all times to support our residents and ensure that every need is catered for. We have a uniform colour code worn by our staff based on their specific job role, which allows our residents and visitors to easily recognise who they need. Navy uniform is worn by the unit leads, burgundy is for all staff who deliver medications, pale green for care staff, and lilac is worn by our domestic team.
Stuart (our Home Manager) and his team are always looking to raise the already high standard of care provided by our Dementia care specialists. We achieve this by further extending the already comprehensive training program, recruiting additional staff in specific roles and investing in technology to allow staff to spend the maximum time with residents.