We are thrilled to announce that Queensferry care home will be undergoing an extensive refurbishment! The refurbishment project highlights our commitment to providing the highest quality in all aspects of care for our valued residents.
While the refurbishment takes place, Queensferry care home shall be temporarily closed and all our current residents have been relocated to our latest refurbished home Nightingale care and nursing home in the interim.
This is an exciting and positive development for Queensferry care home and we eagerly await the reopening in Spring 2024, where we look forward to welcoming our residents back to our beautifully renovated home.
Our prices include accommodation, personalised care, meals, laundry, and activities. Use our free cost calculator today for a personalised quote.
We understand that families have real concerns over the safety of residents at this time and would like to provide reassurance that we are doing everything in our power to minimise the risk to residents.
We're located in the suburb of Allenton, where there is a good range of shops and a bustling market every Friday and Saturday.
We’ve created a relaxed and homely environment for all our residents.
We have a comfortable, spacious lounge and dining room so residents can enjoy the best of community life, whenever they choose. There’s plenty of space for group activities, or somewhere to find a quieter spot.
With free Wi-Fi and iPads available, reaching the internet or staying connected to loved ones is made simple.
We have a lovely garden with a large lawn and flowerbeds. 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 other activities include:
Visits are always enthusiastically welcomed, following our safety protocol.
Queensferry Court offers 56 single bedrooms for people living there, situated on both the ground floor and first floor.
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.
It’s our priority that Queensferry Court is a home from home.
All our staff go on an intensive three-day Agincare induction and training before starting at Queensferry Court.
We’ve worked hard to build strong relationships with our local social care and health professionals – from district nurses, occupational therapists, GPs, and social workers, through to council safeguarding teams.
Good, wholesome home-cooked food is essential at a care home. We have an experienced chef who prepares traditional home-cooked meals. Their homemade cakes and biscuits are always popular! Our cooks always ask for feedback from our residents, and are more than willing 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.
It is located in the suburb of Allenton around three miles south of Derby and close to Osmaston, Boulton, Alvaston and Shelton Lock.
It has a good range of shops and a busy market every Friday and Saturday.
We are doing everything in our power to keep residents and staff safe during Covid.
The Care Quality Commission completed an assessment of how Queensferry is managing the impact of COVID-19 on 9 June 2020. The Emergency Support Framework (ESF) Summary Record includes a positive response to every question asked and an equally positive overall summary.
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.
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