Foylebank Care Home in Chaddesden, Derby (previously Raynesway View) provides affordable residential care for 35 residents.
We respect all our residents – their dignity, their space, and their right to make personal choices in care. Each resident is different, and we offer a range of activities and menu options so every person feels happy, stimulated and cared-for.
As well as caring for our residents we care about their families too. Friends and family members are welcome to visit, and there’s always tea and coffee on hand!
“All staff are superb and offer excellent care, treating residents with compassion and providing a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for residents and visitors alike. It’s wonderful to see my Nanna settled and happy.”
– Amy K (Granddaughter of Resident)
We're located in Chaddesden (known locally as Chad), a large residential suburb situated around two miles east of Derby.
A bus stop (on routes 9 & 9a) is around 200 metres away.
We offer quality care at a competitive price with fees starting from £600 per week. The exact cost will depend on your care needs and choice of room. Quoted costs include accommodation, personalised care, all meals, laundry and a range of activities.
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Funding may be available.
We are doing everything in our power to keep residents and staff safe during Covid.
Yes, we are delighted to be able to welcome visitors back into our home. Our care home visiting policy is based on a strict protocol and risk assessment that takes into account the individual circumstances of each home.
We work hard to create a relaxed and homely environment for all our residents. Foylebank offers convenient spaces for community, including a large, spacious lounge and dining room.
There’s plenty of room for group activities, and there’s always somewhere available for those seeking a quieter spot. With free Wi-Fi and iPads at hand for residents to use, connecting with family and loved ones at a distance is made simple.
Foylebank also offers assisted bathrooms and brand new shower rooms that have been recently installed.
Surrounded by lovely local walks, the team at Foylebank help residents build relationships with the community with plenty of fun activities.
We have a lovely courtyard with vegetable patches. It is a great spot for BBQs and garden parties in the summer! We believe it’s important to be able to access nature, both for mental and physical stimulation, and doing this is easy and safe in our secure grounds.
We like to provide variety for our residents, so the activity schedule reflects that. We welcome all sorts of musical entertainers, and residents can often get involved with instruments and percussion! Other activities include:
Visits are always enthusiastically welcomed, following our safety protocol.
Foylebank offers 35 bedrooms, in which it’s our priority to provide a home from home.
Before a new resident arrives we like to find out about their likes and dislikes, so we can arrange their bedroom in a welcoming way.
In addition to this, once they’re here we encourage residents to personalise their rooms with their own photos and furniture.
Personal possessions help residents feel at home and provide extra stimulation and time for reminiscence.
Lee Langley is the registered manager of Foylebank.
“Life is either a daring adventure or it is nothing. Be daring, be a care worker!”
All our staff go on an intensive three-day Agincare induction and training before starting at Foylebank. In addition to this, our partner Training Now provides access for all our care workers to an accessible mandatory training portal.
We’re thrilled to have an ex-navy chef who prepares fantastic, home-cooked meals, with local ingredients and many of our homegrown vegetables! We always encourage feedback from our residents, and are always able to adapt menus.
Mealtimes are really important to us. We encourage our residents to eat together as there are so many social and nutritional benefits. However, people can choose to eat their meals in private too, if they prefer. If the weather’s warm enough, we might eat outside.
We also encourage families to come and join their loved ones for meals.
Read more about food and nutrition in our care homes.
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