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St Joseph's Care Home, Coleshill

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/media/adults/library/jean-nail-care.jpgWelcome to St Joseph’s Care Home, Coleshill; a homely, welcoming environment that puts your care at its heart.

Each person who comes to sty at St Joseph’s is treated with dignity, respect and compassion. Whether you plan to stay for a few days or more permanently, our highly trained, caring staff will welcome you into our community and make sure you have the care you need, when you need it.

At St Joseph’s we get to know our residents, so we can provide care that reflects their interests as well as meeting daily living needs. We work with families to understand the person we 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 is a purpose-built facility with on-site services and easy access to local amenities. Located in Coleshill, the home enjoys beautiful views of the Blythe Valley while still being in easy reach from the M6 and M42. 

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Call us on 01675 434559




We organise regular activities within the home and further afield. You can choose whether to take part and supported to do so as needed.

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Florists, singers, musicians, dancers and exercise instructors regularly provide stimulating and entertaining activities, and we work with neighbouring Child 1st Nursery to bring children and residents together. This popular activity has built confidence in residents and the children, as well as providing fun interactions.

We enjoy welcoming animals to the home. Ponies, alpacas, therapy dogs and birds of prey are just some of the animals that have visited in the last year, offering stimulating and interesting experiences.

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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. All our staff are trained in techniques that enable them to care for people living with dementia.


St Joseph’s is divided into four small wings that offer a welcoming, family feel. Each wing has an open-plan lounge, dining room and common areas. We have also created several ‘memory lounges’, decorated in a style to evoke memories of the 1950s and 60s, offering comfort and stimulation to people living with dementia.

All bedrooms have en-suite facilities. You are encouraged to bring personal items to make it feel like home. 

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. The home looks out over the Blythe Valley with uninterrupted views of the countryside.

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To find out more about St Joseph’s or to arrange a visit, please call us on 01675 434500 or 01675 434559, or e-mail We look forward to welcoming you!

View St Joseph’s leaflet to find out more



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, where you can read more about the CQC:


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