St Mark's Court Care Home
St Mark's Court (formerly part of Amore Care) is a purpose-built home and has an excellent reputation within the community. The home provides nursing care for up to 40 older people.
The home provides residents with an airy lounge and a tranquil, fully enclosed garden, which offers a relaxing atmosphere and a quiet retreat. Each bedroom is designed to ensure comfort and safety, and the friendly and welcoming decor helps residents feel at home.
The staff at St Mark's Court are highly committed and dedicated to the care and support of everyone. We are also supported by the wider multidisciplinary team of GPs, Chiropodist, Dentists, Dietician and other healthcare professionals.
We feel we not only care for individuals but offer a holistic service to families within a homely environment. There is an open door visiting policy and families and friends are always welcome.
Living at St Mark's Court
Each person has a comprehensive care package tailored to meet resident’s needs, a named nurse and a key worker.
We provide a wide range of services and facilities at St Mark's Court, these include:
- Local GPs who visit the home regularly
- Local dentist providing a service to residents
- Fresh home cooked food to meet the needs and likes of the residents
- Dedicated activities co-ordinator experienced in working with older people
- A visiting hairdresser
- Beautiful, enclosed patio garden where residents can enjoy sitting outside
- Local shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés where residents often like to visit
- Visits from different church ministers
Our activities co-ordinator tailors the activities on a daily basis to meet the needs of our residents. All are encouraged to share their life stories to create memory boxes and enhance person-centred care and support. Residents can also go on our regular trips to places such as local shops, garden centres, parks and further afield.
“When I came to St. Mark’s Court I was unable to walk, but with the help and support of the carers. I am now able to walk using a zimmer frame.”
Resident at St. Mark’s Court