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Respite care at St Joseph's

/media/adults/library/respite-care.jpgCaring for an older person can be demanding, however much you love them. Sometimes carers need a break; a time to recharge their batteries knowing that their loved one is safe and content.

At St Joseph’s Care Home, Coleshill, we get to know our residents and welcome them into our community, whether they plan to stay for two weeks or the rest of their lives. Our trained and dedicated carers work with families to understand the person they are being entrusted to care for – their likes and dislikes, the story of their life, the person they have been as much as the person they are now.

St Joseph’s specialises in care for people living with various types of dementia and is divided into four self-contained wings. It has a homely feel, with parts of the building decorated in a style reminiscent of the 1950s and 1960s, to help bring back memories. Our chefs are highly rated and the views over the rural Blythe Valley are second to none!View over the Blythe Valley

Situated just a mile from the M6 and M42, and three miles from Birmingham International Station, St Joseph’s is in an excellent location, close to all the amenities a small town has to offer.

Our residents speak highly of the tranquil setting, the excellent food and the activities and social events on offer. Entertainment is varied to suit all tastes and interests. Musicians, dancers, florists, exercise instructors and others all drop in to provide a variety of things to do or join in with.

We welcome people of all faiths and none. Even those who do not practice any form of religion appreciate the Christian ethos that guides the way we care for one another at St Joseph’s. Catholic priests living at St Joseph’s celebrate Mass daily for those who wish to attend.

Take a virtual tour around St Joseph’s

 

Please get in touch for an initial discussion or to arrange a visit. Please call 01675-434500, e-mail st.josephs@fatherhudsons.org.uk or write to Shelley Perryman at:

St Joseph’s Care Home
Coventry Road
Coleshill
Birmingham B46 3EA

We’re looking forward to welcoming you and feel confident you’ll notice the St Joseph’s difference.

Quality 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: www.cqc.org.uk.

Please visit the website www.carehome.co.uk to read independent reviews of St Joseph’s.

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