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Older people's care at St Joseph's


Older people and those living with various types of dementia find a home from home in St Joseph’s, a friendly and welcoming residential community in Coleshill, North Warwickshire. 

With respite and permanent bedrooms available, come and see for yourself what St Joseph’s has to offer! Call 01675 434500 or e-mail to arrange a visit. You can also take a virtual tour around the home. 

Established in 2002, St Joseph’s Care Home, Coleshill, prides itself on providing each resident with high quality, personalised care that affords dignity, choice and respect. People are appreciated and their wishes respected. Every effort is made to provide the lifestyle residents want.

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/media/adults/library/giggline.jpgWe recognise that each person is an individual with their own preferences, interests and personality, regardless of age or disability. Each person who comes to stay at St Joseph’s has a care plan that tells us how they want us to help them achieve their aspirations, reflect their interests and respond to their daily living needs.

Care is thoughtfully planned with the people we care for and those closest to them. Care plans are updated regularly to ensure that we are always caring for people in an appropriate way and in a way that they agree to.

We welcome and encourage contributions from family or friends, as this helps us to understand our residents better. We believe that by working together we are more effective in looking after the people in our care. We also like to have a brief life story of those who come to live at St Joseph’s; this helps us to understand the important milestones they’ve reached and the events that have helped form the person they are today.

We also offer respite placements to offer a break or for the chance to see if St Joseph’s is the right place for you or your loved one.


Regular activities and events keep residents entertained, active and stimulated.


All residents are welcome to take part in the group and individual activities and social events held at St Joseph’s and further afield.

Singers, dancers, exercise instructors, florists and others all drop in to offer a stimulating range of activities. Residents are welcome to take part in any activities they choose and can be supported to do so as needed. 

Activities provided for people with dementia often involve images, sounds and smells that stimulate the senses and help rekindle memories of times gone by. We also have wheelchair-accessible vehicles for trips out or to take people to appointments.


Our purpose-built home in Coleshill is designed with ease of movement in mind and is fully accessible.

Set in rural Warwickshire, St Joseph’s Residential Home looks out over the Blythe Valley with uninterrupted views of the countryside. It truly is an ideal location.


Residents live in small, friendly wings of 14 bedrooms with en-suite facilities.  Each wing is open plan, with a lounge, dining room and a bathroom for people who need more support. This layout helps to give a welcoming, familiar feel and allows us to ensure the residents receive the correct support for them. Residents are able to socialise or have privacy as desired.

We have also created several ‘memory lounges’, decorated in a style to evoke memories of the 1950s and 60s, which can offer comfort and stimulation to people living with dementia. 

At the heart of St Joseph’s is a communal area with a chapel, shop, hairdressing salon and social lounge. Landscaped gardens are available for residents and visitors to stroll in.

St Joseph’s Chapel
St Joseph’s is home to a group of retired priests, who celebrate daily Mass for those wishing to attend. The faith and spiritual needs of all residents are regarded as important, as is the right to have no particular beliefs at all. Everyone living at St Joseph’s is treated with respect and supported physically, mentally and spiritually.

Care is provided by a dedicated, motivated and compassionate staff team, trained and experienced in what they do. They are on hand 24-hours a day to provide the care residents need. If you are interested in joining the team, we have produced an overview based on the testimonies of colleagues: working in St Joseph’s Care Home.

Take a virtual tour around St Joseph’s

/media/adults/library/cqc_print_logo.gifQuality Assurance

Our work is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the local authorities on whose behalf we provide services. CQC inspections take place regularly, focusing on whether our services are safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led.

St Joseph’s was last inspected by the CQC on 16 July 2019 and rated ‘requires improvement’ overall.

The inspector saw the service continued to be good in terms of its effectiveness, responsiveness and delivery of caring. The inspector recognised significant improvements since the previous inspection in August 2018 in the areas of safe and well-led. However, it was also recognised that changes that have been put in place needed time to embed so that improvements were sustainable.

We are looking forward to the next inspection, when we hope to demonstrate that improvement made at St Joseph’s have been fully embedded and sustained. The full inspection report can be found on the CQC’s website. You can find out more about the CQC at:

To find out more or to arrange a visit, please call us on 01675 434500 or e-mail We look forward to welcoming you!

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