Leek | Staffordshire
The home provides high quality nursing and residential care for older people and care for those who are feeling the impact of dementia on their lives. Being purpose built ensures that the home is designed with large open lounges, conservatories and courtyards. Bedrooms are tastefully and comfortably decorated with the majority of bedrooms en-suite. Some bedrooms are spacious enough for companions or couples to share, this is a real comfort to those who may wish to come to a care environment, together.
We aim to improve the quality of life for each and every resident living in our home with a care plan tailored to each person’s care needs. The well trained and qualified care team work to promote independence and choice in order that the individual needs of our residents can be met. Our person-centred approach to care allows us to really get to know the people we care for and understand what’s right for them. We encourage residents and their loved ones to get involved with individualised care and support planning, so that we can provide the best services possible.
Remaining active is a huge part of any individual’s well-being and at Treetops Court there are daily activities to suit everyone’s interests. Residents have the opportunity to attend group and hobby activity sessions, enjoy visits from outside entertainers as well as quieter, individual interests. There is also the opportunity to go out and about in the minibus to places of interest, the choice is yours!
Treetops Court prides itself on the standard of its ‘traditional home cooking’, served using fresh produce. Daily choices are available and special diets can be catered for, the kitchen team receive nothing but praise!
Along with a programme of activities for residents, a hairdresser visits the home salon weekly.
Hi, I,m Andrea,
I am a Registered Nurse with over 35 year experience. I also hold a degree in Leadership and Management. In a previous
Life I was a Midwife and a Community District Nurse.
I have an interest in the health of older adults, believing in the individuality of each person. And I truly believe it is essential that each person is supported to remain as healthy and as independent s possible and that each person receives the highest quality care when they need it most.
My journey in Social care started at Bentley Manor Care Home in 2015 when I worked as a Deputy Manager. I later became the Home Manager in 2018, my determination to ensure that quality of care is of the highest standard, has driven me to develop, hence to say I am now in a six month Secondment Home Managers Role at Treetops Court Care Home. This puts me in a position in which I can make a difference to the lives of those I support, and continue to learn and gain experience along my journey.
I am very passionate and responsible for standards of care, making sure that our residents feel valued, understood and respected.
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Each team member is highly valued and everyone has an opportunity to develop their career within Harbour Healthcare.
We have had Carers that go on to be Care Home Assistant Practitioners and Deputy Managers, Activities Co-ordinators and Administrators who have gone on to be Home Managers. Domestics who are fantastic Head Housekeepers, Kitchen Assistants who are now accomplished Chefs and Nurses who are Clinical Leads. Not to mention Home Managers who have gone on to become Regional Managers or part of our Quality team.
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My father was moved to Treetops Nursing Home three weeks prior to his passing. I am so grateful for the dignified way in which he was treated. He felt an affinity with his carers, and even mentioned his appreciation of them in his last moments. His stay at Treetops was relatively short, but all of the family are most appreciative of the quality of care and the attention to detail that our father received. In these difficult times, we were able to keep in touch via telephone with our father, and the staff were really accommodating. They really could not do enough to make us all feel comfortable with the treatment he received during his final few weeks of life.