Homelea is a care home for older people owned and managed by Derbyshire County Council. The care home has forty places, and does not offer nursing care. Homelea is situated in the village of Tibshelf, approximately six miles from Chesterfield, and a short drive from junction 29 of the M1 motorway.
Everything we do is driven by the needs, abilities and aspirations of our clients as far as is practicable. We are committed to the principle of consultation and full involvement of clients (or their representatives) at all stage.
We provide a range of health and social care support in partnership with other agencies. & We provide a regular programme of social activities, hobbies and leisure interests. This includes the choice and opportunity for people to participate as fully as possible in local community activities.
We support people&s right in care including their continued links to participating as a citizen of the wider community and to have emotional and social needs accepted and respected. We have procedures in place to safeguard clients and accessible and open procedures for addressing any suggestions or concerns raised by clients or their representatives.
Everyone choosing to live at Holmlea will have support plan as a working document to identify their health and welfare needs, appropriate treatment, education and social needs, preferred daily routine, likes and dislikes, dietary requirements, their interests and how they like to be addressed.&
We provide good training for our staff and work to ensure they have the appropriate skill mix to meet the requirements of those who make Holmlea& their home.
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Holmlea Care Home
Nikki noo noo
Nov 3 2018
i would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at homelea. My nana has dementia and due to her care in a previous home, she has been very unwell and almost completely shut down.
My nana moved to homelea at the beginning of September. She was so unhappy when she arrived. But from the moment we got to homelea we began to notice her slowly come back to us. They have worked incredibly hard to gain my nana’s trust and adapted to meet her needs.
Today when I went to visit she sat and coloured with me for the first time in months. I know this may seem like nothing to some people but it’s made my day. She’s happy again.
To be have to leave my nana with others is heartbreaking, but I know when I leave homelea the staff there are caring for her like I would at home.
Sometimes I come and nana will be sat with a bean bag, a fiddle mitt or I will hear her walking down the hall singing with the staff. I cannot tell you how much these small things make such a huge difference to someone who has dementia. They notice all the small things that are so, so important.
I know how incredibly hard you all work and we as a family are so lucky to have you in our corner.
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