Providing peace of mind for family and residents
At Cherry Wood Grange, it always makes us proud to hear that our care has given a family back their peace of mind, providing reassurance that their loved one is happy and safe. In order to give the best possible care, we use a variety of ways to regularly gather feedback from our residents and those closest to them. We listen intently to our residents and their family members in our anonymous annual survey. We deeply value their feedback and it is used to continually improve our service.
This is the heart-warming response to our 2023 survey.
Compassionate, personalised care
Our skilled team receives on-going training and support so they can provide the high-quality dementia care that residents deserve. We’re delighted that nine out of ten families feel the team provides the care residents need, and 100% of residents feel team members know them, their likes and dislikes well. One family member told us: “This place is like a home from home. The team are amazing, and I trust them 100% to continue to care for my Mum, resulting in my total peace of mind.”
Kindness, dignity and respect
100% of residents said that they are treated with kindness, dignity and respect. It is important to us that we extend the same support to families, so we were pleased that ten out of ten relatives said that they felt they could speak to senior management if they wished to, while 100% of residents said they are happy living here. One relative told us: “We are very happy with the way our mother’s dementia has been managed. The staff have been most accommodating and have supported her through an unsettled period. I would definitely recommend this home!”
A happy home
Our home encourages friendships and connections through a variety of meaningful activities. Nine out of ten residents said they are supported to take part in activities and hobbies. One family member said: “It’s a pleasure to see how dad has blossomed. The staff are extremely caring and go the extra mile to ensure he’s settled and encouraged to join in activities.”