Highcroft Hall Residential Care Home in WolverhamptonOld Fallings Lane, Bushbury, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV10 8BU
Care home admissions during the Covid-19 pandemic
Safe admissions into our care homes includes the option for new residents to self-isolate in the comfort of their own home for 11 days, before joining us in the care home where they will be tested for Covid-19 and supported to self-isolate for 3 more days until the result of the test is known.
Surrounded by wheelchair-friendly gardens, our care home stands tall in the heart of Bushbury – a Wolverhampton community we are proud to be a part of.
Ensuring our residents stay as connected as possible to their vibrant community, a variety of groups and individuals are welcomed into the home every week. Children from a school in Bushbury often pop in, we host regular tea parties and also welcome volunteers from across Wolverhampton to take part in activities with our residents, who receive both residential and dementia care.
Every week some very well-behaved rescue dogs come into the care home to bring that Friday Feeling. Lena, Woody, Teddy and Ava, who belong to the home’s administrator Dale, take it in turns to come and say hello. Residents, including those living with dementia, adore animal therapy and love to fuss the dogs, especially Teddy who is a real lapdog.
Highcroft Hall is a busy care home with stimulating activities at the heart of everything we do. Whether limbering up in a gentle exercise class, singing and dancing along to musicians from across Wolverhampton or enjoying being pampered in the home’s hairdressing salon, there is always so much to do.
The team provides person-centred activities that are tailored to the amazingly wonderful residents living in our care home. Some of our residents like to be on the go, while others prefer to take more of a back seat and relax, everyone is different.
A vintage café area
A home is a place where people invite friends and loved ones to catch up and make memories. Our care home is no different, so the team has created a coffee shop where the residents can socialise with one another, or spend time with their visitors.
Decorated with vintage fineries, residents and their loved ones can relax and spend time chatting over a cup of tea and slice of freshly-baked cake. Supporting our residents to maintain their independence is an important part of their care we provide, so having their own coffee shop, where they can arrange to meet their visitors, is wonderful for our residents’ wellbeing.
And for residents who have loved ones living further afield, our dedicated team are here to keep them company. Many of the staff at Highcroft Hall have worked in the care home since it opened, so are like a big extended family.
As well as providing residential care and dementia care, Highcroft Hall offers pre-bookable short-term respite care breaks. These give people caring for family members or loved ones at home the chance to book a holiday or simply take some ‘me time’. It also gives the person they are caring for a change of scenery, with the peace of mind that they are being well looked after in our care home.
Stories from the home
A loved one's review
"A first class establishment for the elderly with a high level of care and dignity shown towards its residents" Son of Resident.
We provide a great range of activities for our residents which often take place in our lounges, including gentle exercise classes.
Facilities at this home
- Cafe coffee shop
- Cinema room
- Dining room
- Hairdressing salon
- Wheelchair accessible garden
- Arts and crafts
- Children visits
- Coffee mornings
- Light exercise
- Pamper sessions
- Pet therapy
Care and support
- Home cooked meals
- Respite Care
AddressOld Fallings Lane, Bushbury
WV10 8BU Travelling to see us? View home on Google Maps