Stamford Court is a purpose built home providing excellent standards of care for 40 people with nursing care needs. We mainly provide care for older adults, who are typically above the age of 65yrs. However, if we are able to meet your care and social needs, we can welcome you to our home if you are younger than this. All of our bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are decorated in warm, neutral tones. We strive to make our bedrooms a comfortable home from home with quality carpets, curtains and bedding and we encourage the addition of personal belongings. Each room has a television and telephone point. All areas are wheelchair accessible and handrails are fitted throughout the building.
We have a number of lounge and dining areas which also offer small kitchen facilities so that residents can continue to stay as independent as possible. Stamford Court is located next to Holme Lea Care Home. The home is on the Tameside Council quality framework and has met all the standards required to qualify for an 'Enhanced' status.
Stamford Court is a nursing home and has qualified nurses on duty 24 hours a day. We can care for individuals with dementia, or physical Disability. Typically our residents are older people, however we are able to accommodate younger adults too. Our registration covers care for Alzheimer's, Cancer Care, Hearing Impairment, Huntington's Disease, Speech Impairment, Stroke, and Visual Impairment.
We are able to offer short stay, recuperation or intermediate care facilities and work closely with healthcare professionals to provide any therapies required for your recovery or ongoing well-being.
This care centre is able to provide specialist end-of-life care. The staff and care centre have undertaken to follow the Gold Standards Framework for Care Homes, which supports families and residents at this time. Residents are given greater control and more involvement in their care choices. This is done by creating advanced care plans where residents and their families are invited to discuss their choices, preferences and the options available in order to meet their individual needs and wishes. This type of advanced care cuts down on unnecessary hospital admissions, allowing residents the dignity to live out their last days in a comfortable environment with familiar staff who have cared for them throughout.