Coronavirus (COVID-19) measures at Church Farm Care. We have created a dedicated page which details the latest advice from Church Farm Care about the steps we are taking at our homes to respond to the coronavirus outbreak in the UK. Please take time to read this page. Click here for latest information.
Church Farm Care is open for admissions and we're doing it safely. Read more through the link above to see how we are navigating through these uncertain times.
People who live with us are viewed as family rather than 'residents'.
Our homes are designed to create a feeling of home and security. Its ethos focuses on the person and their individual needs. Each carer works in the same house each day, getting to know the people in their house like family.
For the people living at Church Farm, there is a big emphasis on being occupied and valued. Each house has its own kitchen, which is the heart of the home, where friends chat around the kitchen table, prepare vegetables ready for lunch, or dry the pots, doing things they’ve always done.
Life history is important at Church Farm, getting to know the things that make a difference to a person’s day. Church Farm acknowledges the benefit in making people feel valued and an important member of the community.
Church Farm has exemplary standards of care, with 24-hour nursing care from its own specialist dementia trained nurses, and a 'one GP one home' system which gives better continuity throughout the home and better person-centred medical care.
Throughout it's four Nottinghamshire homes, Church Farm provides specialist dementia care, residential care, respite, day care, bariatric care and palliative care.
View individual care home pages here: