Our aim is to provide a caring, relaxed and homely environment.
With over 20 years of experience in residential care, our staff are highly skilled and passionate about caring.
About Our Manager
Our Registered Manager, Michelle Essex, has worked in elderly care since 1986. Michelle became Manager of Tudor House 1st December 2017 after first being the Deputy Manager.
Michelle holds qualifications in NVQ Assessing and Verifying, Health and Social Care and Mangers Certificate at Level 5. She is also an accredited level 3 trainer in Moving & Handling & Medication Awareness.
Michelle and her team have built up excellent professional relationships with a large multidisciplinary team including Community Psychiatric Nurses, District Nurses, G.P’s, Mental Health Teams, Speech & Language Therapists – all services are delivered on a person centred basis.
Tudor House has a low staff turnover. Several members of the team have been employed for over 18 years, which speaks for itself on team work and united work force.
Philosophy of Care
Tudor House aims to provide its service users with a secure, relaxed, and homely environment in which their care, well being and comfort are of prime importance.
Carers will strive to preserve and maintain the dignity, individuality and privacy of all service users within a warm and caring atmosphere, and in so doing will be sensitive to the service user’s ever-changing needs. Such needs may be medical/therapeutic (for physical and mental welfare), cultural, psychological, spiritual, emotional and social, and service users are encouraged to participate in the development of their individualised Care Plans in which the involvement of family and friends may be appropriate and is greatly valued.
This will be achieved through programmes of activities designed to encourage mental alertness, self-esteem, and social interaction with other service users and with recognition of the following core values of care, which are fundamental to the philosophy of our Home:
- Civil Rights
All Care Staff within the Home will be appropriately qualified to deliver the highest standards of care. A continuous staff-training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are maintained in line with the latest developments in Care Practices as may be laid down in appropriate Legislation, Regulations and the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The aim of the service is to provide a safe, secure, warm, homely environment for service users who have a range of health issues. The home provider and staff work in partnership with health and social services representatives to enable a person to live with support and quality care within the care homes, all regulations in accordance to the care quality commission are adhered too
Assisting service users with daily living tasks that enable them to sustain their tenancy. Encouraging service users awareness to the importance of maintaining a healthy and secure living environment.
Promoting a fair and equitable service, sensitive in meeting individual needs. Practising user involvement through regular consultation about the service provision and regular reviewing of individual care needs.