Cheddle Lodge is our residential care home.
It is situated in a quiet location close to Cheadle Town Centre. It is a purpose built single storey building, which can accommodate up to 13 residents aged between 18 and 65 years who have cerebral palsy and related disabilities.
Each resident has their own bedroom, which is decorated and equipped to suit the taste and care needs of each individual – multi media equipment and wifi is available in all rooms within the home.
The home specialises in providing care and support to adults who have complex needs and is inspected by the Care Quality Commission, the national inspectorate.
Under the old Commission for Social Care Inspection Cheddle Lodge was last rated as excellent.
Cheddle Lodge is now awaiting its next inspection which will be completed by the Care Quality Commission National Inspectorate.
What do we provide?
A highly trained team of staff are able to support residents with multiple disabilities and complex health needs within a caring homely environment. Cheddle Lodge is fitted with high tech tracking equipment that enables residents to be transferred from their wheelchair into the bath in a safe and secure manner.
Each resident has their own bedroom with private washing facilities and adequate space for personal belongings and WiFi connectivity to all rooms within Cheddle. Residents are actively encouraged to be involved in its design and decoration.
A sun lounge has been built and this has allowed a quiet area for rest and relaxation. It will allow residents to enjoy the “outdoors” even when the British weather is not favourable.
The residents of Cheddle Lodge enjoy and are involved in a rich and varied range of activities. Staff support residents to part take in actvities either as one to one support or as part of a group. Actvities are agreed with each resident and are tailored to suit their skills and abilities.
Cheddle Lodge has its own activity programme and each day residents can choose if they wish to stay within the home or access community and leisure facilities support by staff from Cheddle Lodge.
Residents take a holiday each year with staff and have been to France, The Lake District, Oxfordshire and Centre Parcs – to name but a few.
Residents are assisted to local theatres, dine out or attend concerts.
Residents have also had the opportunity to see rock groups and have recently visited the City of Manchester Stadium to see the band Cold Play.
At Christmas time residents regularly see the various pantomines performed at the Plaza Stockport.
Monitoring and Quality
In the most recent report (January 2103) the Care Quality Commission Inspection ranked the home as meeting their Standards. Their report includes the following :
- Individual needs and choices – Service users are involved in decisions about their lives. The play an active role in planning the care and support they receive.
- Conduct and management of the home – Service users live in a home which is well managed and run in their best interests. Service users are supported as far as possible to live full lives and have everyday experiences.
- Staffing - Service users are supported by staff in sufficient number, who are trained and competent.
- Personal health and care support – The health and personal care that service users receive is based on their individual needs. The principles of respect, dignity and privacy are put into practice.
Inspection reports produced by the inspectorate are public documents and the report can be viewed on the Care Quality Commission website or from here (Cheddle Lodge CQC Report – Jan 2013). Alternatively a copy can be obtained from us.
Referrals can be made by individuals/family/carers or health care professionals. Once a referral has been made we offer a full assessment and on completion of this, in consultation with you, an individual care plan. To ask about referrals please use the contact details below.
Financial Arrangements and Fees
To find out more about the fees for permanent residence please contact :Bill Delaney
29 Ashfield Road
Cheshire SK8 1BB Google Map tel : 0161 428 5189 email : firstname.lastname@example.org