Nunthorpe Oaks Residential Care Home is a 54 bed, three-storey care home located in the south-east area of Middlesbrough. The village of Nunthorpe, with a good range of amenities, is nearby, as are local rail and bus links.
The home itself has four main communal areas – a TV lounge, two further quiet rooms perfect for reading or watching the world go by, and a beautiful garden room which overlooks the grounds which are complete with well-stocked flower beds and a vegetable patch.
Nunthorpe Oaks is a 54-bed purpose-built care home with all private rooms being en-suite with a toilet and basin. In addition, each floor has an assisted bath and shower room including a wet room on the ground floor. There are four lounges – one TV lounge, two quiet rooms and a lounge that overlooks the garden and grounds.
Nearby in the village of Nunthorpe, there is a post office, hair salon, supermarket and community café, all of which the residents visit regularly.
The home itself is close to the main railway line to Middlesbrough and there are good bus connections to both Middlesbrough and Guisborough.
Our care team is on-hand 24 hours a day, every day of the year and staff are dedicated to delivering care with kindness.
To ensure we continue to provide the best standards of care and support to our residents, we recruit and train only the best staff.
Whilst they receive a variety of on-going training to ensure their skills remain up-to-date, along with an enhanced PVG check, it is their dedication to our residents which makes them truly special.
The Nunthorpe care team has worked hard to create a genuine community spirit within the home. Bi-monthly resident meetings ensure that everyone has an opportunity to offer new suggestions about the way the home is run.
There is an engaging activity schedule with a broad range of events and pastimes for residents to take part in if they wish with other like-minded. We run a baking club, flower arranging, craft sessions, themed parties - like our recent Hawaiian fancy dress event – and indoor bowls. Our ‘Knit & Natter’ mornings on a Wednesday are open to the community and are well attended.
The local Minister from St Mary’s Church joins us each month for services here at the home and some of our female residents like to attend Woman’s Hour at the church. Children from the local primary and secondary schools engage with our residents regularly and we especially enjoy their visits at Christmas and Easter time.
We offer high-quality personalised care to every resident. Each person has their own unique care plan, which includes sections on their life history and hobbies. Residents are encouraged to continue pursuing their pastimes as they did at home and we support everyone to make their own choices. We encourage family and friends to visit as often as they like – our door is always open and visitors are welcome to join us for mealtimes with their loved ones.
We ensure that our person-centred assessments are all tailored to the whole person and we will look at what people can do, not just what they need assistance with. Most importantly we ensure that the individual themselves and their loved ones help us to put together a bespoke plan of care. We appreciate how difficult the decision is to move into permanent or even short stay care and we aim to make this transition as easy as possible.
Meals are cooked fresh from scratch and we try to use as much produce grown in the home’s vegetable patch as possible. The home also consults with an external nutrition advisor to provide traditional wholesome food and residents’ favourites.
If you would like more information about our care home or have any questions, please feel free to contact us either via the yellow ‘view phone number’ button above or the yellow ‘contact us’ form on the right-hand side of this page.
We would be delighted to offer you advice or arrange an informal visit to our care home so you can meet our residents and team and see first-hand the excellent services and facilities we have to offer.