Residential Care Home in Sittingbourne
Conveniently located in the Kentish town of Sittingbourne, Woodstock Residential Care Home is a specialist centre providing 24-hour Residential Care for the frail elderly and people with a diagnosis of Dementia. Recently refurbished, this attractive accommodation offers excellent amenities and spacious accommodation enabling residents to choose where they wish to spend their time – sitting quietly, watching a film or participating in one of the many planned activities. The Care Home is staffed by a team of dedicated carers, who are supported by the Administrator, Activities Co-Ordinator, Housekeepers, Onsite Maintenance Person and the Care Home Catering team.
Woodstock Residential Care Home is close to public transport and residents are allowed to bring their own furniture with them when they move in, and their pets to keep them company. Some rooms have en-suite facilities. The Home features specialist lifting and bathing equipment, lift access to all floors and wheelchair access throughout. We have a busy Activities timetable for those wishing to take part. We also organise regular external entertainers and we have access to a Mini Bus to enable us to take trips out with small groups of residents. Woodstock provides a varied, healthy and plentiful menu that is very popular with residents – catering for special diets and soft food diets.
As well as regular GP visits to the Home, residents can benefit from a range of Professionals who regularly visit the Home, including: Chiropodist, Dietician, Hairdresser, Optician and Specialist Nurses.
Dementia Care at Woodstock Residential Care Home. We are committed to providing a full and meaningful life for people living with Dementia. We understand that people and feelings matter much more than structures and procedures, and our dedicated staff undertake specialist person-centred Dementia Care training to focus on this principle. We aim to maintain the unique and valuable aspects of each person’s life, prompting their memories and enabling their remaining abilities through daily activities and reminiscence. We understand that participation in leisure activities is significant in maintaining well-being.
Interactive Me is a brand new online tool used to create bespoke memory boxes as a valuable person-centred care tool for our elderly residents or those with Dementia. An ideal gift for a relative – click here to watch the video.
End of Life Care services at Woodstock Residential Care Home are respectfully provided through our trained staff, while working alongside external professionals to ensure the individual and their family and friends’ needs are met.
Click here to read A message from the Manager.
Care service offered:
- Day Care & Weekend Care
- Dementia Care
- End of Life Care
- Residential Care
- Respite Care & Short Breaks
- 41 Single Rooms, 7 Shared Rooms – 13 with en-suite facilities
- Onsite Hair Salon
- Large Secure Garden
- Extensive patio garden area
- Three Lounges
- Atrium Area – with additional dining facilities
- Activities Room
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The home was very welcoming on first contact. When we visited it seemed well organised and managed. The room my mother was offered is lovely and the facilities are excellent. The staff are extremely pleasant and well trained. I feel very confident that my mother is getting high quality care.
GH, son of resident, June 2017, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
My mother has been a resident of Woodstock for 17 months. She has most of her faculties and can to an extent look after herself. We (as a family) are and always have been very satisfied with my mother's care. The manager and all the staff are very kind, caring and understanding. The home environment is bright, cheerful and aimed at residents stimulation.
AE, daughter of resident, June 2017, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
My mother has been a resident at Woodstock for several months and has been very happy. The staff are very friendly and call everyone by name. Thank you.
JB, daughter of resident, June 2017, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
Amazing home. Fantastic staff, kind, caring and compassionate. Loved seeing them and interacting with all the residents. Nothing was too much trouble. When my friend had to go into a Nursing home the manager helped and supported me in finding one. Priceless care and support. Thank you, Woodstock Residential Care Centre, staff and management.
JA, friend of resident, May 2017, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
The first impression of the Centre was lasting, bright, airing and welcoming. Staff always welcomed us like friends. They quickly settled my best friend, my mother-in-law in. She unfortunately only managed a month there before she was poorly and had to go to the hospital, but whilst in hospital she kept asking to go home. She did not mean her house, but her new home at Woodstock where she had settled, made friends and got involved with all the activities they run on a daily basis. The home looks bright, light and airy, smells sweet and has beautiful gardens. It is a lovely place, and we looked at a number before settling on this one. A very good choice for us and mum.
CR, daughter-in-law of resident, September 2016, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
Love coming to visit my husband. Love it here because the care is lovely and the home feels welcoming. Girls are good at their job. Woodstock feels like home.
EF, wife of resident, March 2016, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
My mother is extremely well looked after. The manager is helpful and always on call to answer any questions or worries we might have. The staff generally are helpful. Considering my mother has dementia all the staff are very patient with her. There are activities every day and a mini bus which takes the residents out on lots of occasions. In the summer there is a bright and cheerful garden with seats and umbrellas to sit outside. Coffee mornings are held and entertainment provided which is excellent.
PP, daughter of resident, January 2016, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
"My mother is extremely well looked after. The manager is helpful and always on call to answer any questions or worries we might have. The staff generally are helpful. Considering my mother has dementia all the staff are very patient with her. There are activities every day and a mini bus which takes the residents out on lots of occasions. In the summer there is a bright and cheerful garden with seats and umbrellas to sit outside. Coffee mornings are held and entertainment provided which is excellent."
PP, relative of resident, January 2016, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
"I think the staff are perfect and very loving."
FS, resident, November 2014, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
"I feel very well looked after. I have no worries/problems."
AC, resident, October 2014, The Old Residential Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
"The care my Aunt received was excellent from all the staff. Throughout my Aunt’s stay at this Home I was impressed by the way the staff cared for the people that were in the lounges with my Aunt. Nothing was too much trouble and people were helped very quickly when they needed it. The care my Aunt received was excellent from all the staff I saw helping her."
MT Family, August 2014, Woodstock Care Home in Kent, Sittingbourne
A message from the Manager
Hello, my name is Gail Edey and I’m the Manager of Woodstock Residential Care Home in Sittingbourne. I have worked in the care industry for over 22 years and have a vast experience in caring for people with Dementia. I have been the Care Home’s Manager here for over 11 years and I believe that Woodstock is a fantastic Care Home.
I am very particular about the staff I employ to care for the residents in our Care Home. I specially select staff for their personal qualities, such as being instinctively warm with a natural desire to help others. I think it’s important to lead by example and I fervently encourage certain principles when caring for others such as: encouraging independence, enabling choice, preserving dignity, celebrating individuality and nurturing the spirit.
Myself and all the staff believe it’s extremely important to involve our residents’ family and friends in care their loved ones receive. As a result, I believe that every resident at Woodstock Care Home enjoys the highest possible quality of life that their age and condition can allow. This also enables my staff to look after the whole person and not just to concentrate on the task in hand.
Woodstock is decorated to offer a warm, safe and friendly Care Home environment where people can maintain their independence and feel ‘at home’ in our care. The conservatory is a favourite among our residents and offers fantastic views of our garden, with doors that open out onto the patio area. Our gardens have various seating areas for residents and their relatives to sit, relax and socialise. We also enjoy wonderful summer parties in the garden with barbeques and professional entertainment.
Since 2017 we have a new Summer House/Café and a caravan Snack Wagon where residents can enjoy a hot dog, candy floss or some popcorn. There is also a newly developed shaded area for our residents to enjoy, and they can play a game of crazy golf if they wish.
As well as hosting a great variety of Personal and Social Activites within the Care Home, we often take residents out of the Care Home to the local park (when the weather is nice) or the local café. We also make regualr trips to the seaside, to the local Dobbie’s garden centre, and drives out in the Mini Bus which we share with another Care Home. We like to encourage families to come along on the days out, and enjoy spending time with their relatives.
Please feel free to call me on 01795 420 202.