Choosing a care home can be a difficult decision – there are so many things to consider and it’s essential you find the right home for you or your loved one.
All care and nursing homes are staffed 24 hours a day and provide accommodation, meals and help with personal care needs, but nursing homes also have registered nurses on duty at all times.
At Czajka Care Group we care for more than 250 people in our four nursing homes and one care home. Each of our homes is different, but they all provide a very comfortable and homely environment, with the highest standards of quality care and service.
We have won many awards and accolades and recently secured a top independent infection control rating of more than 98%, at all five of our homes, in recognition of exceptional cleanliness and hygiene standards.
We have also achieved the prestigious Investors in People Accreditation in recognition of our reputation as a leading employer and all our homes, as well as The Clubhouse at Fairmount Park, has a five-star Food Hygiene Rating Scheme Certificate
All our homes have also been awarded the highly sought after Gold Standard Framework Accreditation Quality Hallmark Award. We are very proud of all these accolades which are a tribute to our entire team, who work incredibly hard to achieve such high standards day in, day out.
One of our main beliefs is that true wellbeing for people of any age comes when they are connected to their communities, and have support and contact from people who genuinely care. That’s a great place to start when choosing a care home.
PAYING FOR CARE
At Czajka Care Group we believe that quality care is a right that should be made available to all.
We understand that the cost of paying for private nursing and residential care can be significant, which is why we aim to provide the best quality care at the most affordable prices.
There are several processes to follow when working out who pays for what elements of care, but the first step is to participate in a ‘care needs assessment’ which is carried out by the Local Authority. Age UK offers some useful advice and guidelines on what steps to follow on the links below, or call us on 01274 533 502 and we can discuss the options.