Haddon House Brochure - Four Seasons Health Care


Haddon House Brochure - Four Seasons Health Care


Leave the M1 at junction 26 and follow

the A610. Leave this dual carriageway onto

the A6096 at the Ikea Store and follow the

signs to Awsworth/Ilkeston. Upon reaching

Ilkeston, at the first large roundabout, turn

right and at the next roundabout turn left,

then take the second left turn into Lord

Haddon Road and the home is on the

right hand side.







Haddon House

To Derby





38 Lord Haddon Road





To Heanor



To M1

Junction 26



Four Seasons Health Care is one of the largest groups

in the UK predominantly devoted to the care of older

people. Several specialised centres, including some

catering for learning and physical disabilities, also form

part of the group.

The Manager and staff in the individual homes have

the support, advice and guidance from the experienced

Four Seasons team to help them to run their home

efficiently and effectively.

The benefit to a resident and their family is knowing

that the home and the staff are able to offer consistently

high standards, are well trained and have the support

and resources of a large company behind them.

If you ever have any comments or complaints about

any Four Seasons home, then contact the Home

Manager, or alternatively the Chief Executive, at the

following address:

Four Seasons Health Care Limited

Emerson Court, Alderley Road,

Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 1NX

Tel: 01625 417800

Fax: 01625 417827

E-mail: fourseasons@fshc.co.uk

Website: www.fshc.co.uk

Registered Company No. 05165301

Tel: 0115 944 1641

Fax: 0115 944 5132

E-mail: haddon.house@fshc.co.uk

Website: www.fshc.co.uk

This Care Home is registered and regulated by the

Care Quality Commission

Haddon House

Care Home

Had 16548 12/10


to Haddon House Care Home

Haddon House Care Home is a two storey purpose built care home

catering for people with Dementia who also need nursing care.

We also provide long term and short term respite care.

Haddon House is situated in the heart of Ilkeston with easy access

to public transport to Nottingham and Derby and a five minute walk

to the shops, banks and post office. Also within walking distance is

Victoria Park, a lovely relaxing area in which to take a stroll.

The home is bright and spacious and well equipped. We have a

sensory room where residents can relax observing lights, sounds

and textures. We have recently received PEARL accreditation

which is helping to enhance the lives of our residents.

Please see our PEARL brochure for more information.

“I have been Manager at the home for seven years. Haddon House

is a really friendly home and we have a great team who work well

together. Visitors often comment on the lovely relaxed atmosphere

and the friendliness of the staff”.

Rita Flanaghan Haddon House Care Home Manager

First Class Care

Haddon House has been rated a 2 star

‘good’ home by the CQC. The latest

inspection report states that ‘Haddon

House provides a comfortable and safe

environment for the people living there

and has developed a specialist service,

based on modern principles for looking

after people with Dementia.

Imaginative touches have been applied

to the physical environment of the

home and these are aimed at providing

stimulation as well as assisting people

to find their way around.

The staff team are a committed group

who work well together to provide

a good standard of care for people

living in the home’.

Residents, and where appropriate their

families, are involved as far as practical

in the decisions regarding their care.

Emphasis on all aspects of care is the

Manager’s primary concern and, together

with the experienced team of qualified

staff, all adhere to rigorous standards

with internal audits and checks.

At Haddon House, we have an excellent

working relationship with the partners

from the local GP practice. We very

much recognise the importance of

personal, individual and resident

focused care. To achieve this, good

communication between all members

of the care team, be they nurses, carers,

relatives or doctors, is essential.


Haddon House is a purpose built care

There is a smaller lounge where

home providing personal and nursing

residents can sit quietly or listen to

care for up to 30 people with Dementia.

the radio.

Built approximately 12 years ago, the

accommodation is on two floors with

There is a large dining room where

all communal areas being on the ground

the Chef serves a variety of homemade

floor. Bedrooms are located on both

nutritional food.

floors and a passenger lift is available

to ease access within the home.

“I love creating meals for the residents.

I do lots of traditional food such as roast

The home has a bright spacious lounge

dinners and puddings but I also like to

which has a large flat screen television

create new dishes. As a cook it is very

opening out onto the patio.

satisfying to see the residents enjoy

their food”. Gillian, Chef.

The home has achieved the highest

rating for consecutive years in recognition

forward to. These can be group activities

or individual hobbies and interests.

of the standards of food hygiene.

The varied programme includes

The home is set in a residential area not

handicrafts, quizzes, gardening, baking

far from Ilkeston town centre. It features

and reading groups and trips out to local

a secure sensory garden for residents and

places. We have a regular film show and

visitors to enjoy relaxing outdoors. There

monthly fish and chip night from the local

are themed corridors to help residents

takeaway. We have a variety of visiting

find their way around and a sensory

entertainers ranging from singers,

room to stimulate the senses.

musicians, comedians, and pantomime

acts. We also put on seasonal

A dedicated Personal Activities Leader

provides stimulating and enjoyable

activities that the residents can look

celebrations and work closely with

the local church.

Types of Stay

At Haddon House Care Home we

provide specialised services for people

with Dementia who also need nursing

care. We also provide long and short

term respite care. The home’s dedicated

team of care staff cater for the different

levels of care suited to individual needs.

The home has an excellent care team

and registered nurses on call 24 hours.

We fully appreciate the stress associated

with leaving home to live in a new

location, and are happy to accept new

residents for an agreed trial period, at

the end of which there would be no

further obligation.

A typical bedroom at Haddon House fully equipped for maximum comfort



“You say to yourself have I made the

right decision when placing the one you

love in care The answer is yes I did.

Thank you all so much for your

kindness, care and devotion to my

husband”. Maisie

“Thank you so much for helping us

celebrate our golden wedding.

The room was beautifully decorated

and thank you also for the flowers

and champagne”. Enid & Doug


“Since I started at Haddon House

I have really felt part of the team,

there is a lovely atmosphere, the

residents and their families are involved

in their care, and the residents are cared

for as individuals”. Wallence, Senior Nurse.

“Working in a Dementia care home is

very hard work but it is rewarding as

well. I really enjoy working at Haddon

House because we have a good team

of staff and this really helps the residents

feel happy and fulfilled”. Tina

Philosophy of Care

We are committed to providing the highest possible standards of care.

Residents will be treated as individuals and cared for with respect and

dignity within a safe, comfortable and homely environment which

provides stimulation and encourages independence where appropriate.

For further information and to arrange a visit please contact

Rita Flanaghan, Home Manager at any time on 0115 944 1641

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