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Specialist Residential Care Home, Nursing Home | Dewsbury, nr Huddersfield, Wakefield
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People told us they were involved in decisions about their care and felt their views were listened to. Staff engaged with people at every opportunity and we observed people were comfortable and relaxed around staff.
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People told us they felt safe. Risks were managed well which meant people were kept safe without their freedom being restricted.
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The service was effective. Staff were inducted, trained and supported to ensure they had the skills and knowledge to meet people’s needs.
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People told us they felt safe in the home. One person said, “I like it here and I feel safe.” Another person told us staff were very good
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We saw staff were available and responsive to people’s needs and care provided was unhurried. Staff we spoke with felt staffing levels were sufficient to provide the care people needed.
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People we spoke with told us the food was good and said there was lots of choice.
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At this inspection people we spoke with told us their views were listened to and they were involved in decisions about their care and their care plans. One person said about the staff, “They treat me with kindness and compassion.” Another person said, “Staff are nice.”
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We saw staff spent time with people and tailored the care and support to meet people’s individual needs. People were relaxed and smiling and there was humour in many of the conversations they had with staff and each other, which created a warm and happy atmosphere.
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We saw where people’s behaviour was having a negative impact on others staff intervened promptly and used distraction techniques calmly and sensitively.
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People told us they were happy with the range of activities available to them and said these included bowling, painting, arts and crafts, baking, support in using the kitchen, shopping, going out to concerts and the theatre. One person told us about a rock concert they had been to
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People told us they were happy with the range of activities available to them and said these included bowling, painting, arts and crafts, baking, support in using the kitchen, shopping, going out to concerts and the theatre. One person told us about a rock concert they had been to and another person had been out of the home all day pursuing their own interests. One person said, “I get a choice of what I want to do each day.” Another person told us, “I go to shows and activities.”
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Care Home Activities & Events

At Thomas Owen House activities and events are a central part of the care we provide.

The home has its own dedicated activity coordinators who are especially devoted to organising a range of stimulating and engaging activities.

We want life in our home to be as active and engaging as you want it to be. Our activities are inspired by you, whether these are lifelong interests or the wish to discover new ones.

These are based on individual needs and have included computer classes, cooking and nutrition, shopping, attendance at a gym, personal laundry, road safety and budgeting.

Additionally, whether you enjoy drawing, painting, jigsaw puzzles, singing, pottering in the garden or chats over coffee, our care home can provide or help you access mentally stimulating activities as well as physical games.

Central to our approach to occupational therapy is our specially adapted minibus offering our residents daily access to the wider community. We have excellent links with our local community centre, and we have weekly trips there to provide a positive community focused environment for people to thrive in.

As well as fun trips out in our own adapted minibus, they also work with residents to provide meaningful activities. A good example of this is a recent scheme where residents volunteer at a local charity, improving their sense of self worth and the charity gets several willing pairs of hands.

Our day trips have a very important effect in normalising a person’s experience and enriching their day to day lives. We provide shopping, visits to the bank, lunch trips, theatre visits, leisure sites and place of interest including longer trips to the coast as well as routine life events such as visiting the doctor, dentist, optician, social worker, solicitor, gym and beauty parlour.

Resident’s families are sent a quarterly newsletter showing a taste of the activities that have happened, and are actively encouraged to play as large a part in their relatives lives as they choose.

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