"My husband has been in palliative care for 12 months and the care he receives is amazing we could not be more grateful. The staff are extremely kind, caring and considerate, patient and hard working. They deserve a pay rise!"
Saxon Court is a manor house which has been extended and adapted to provide a high standard of care and support to adults with learning disabilities. A team of dedicated staff are committed to providing person centred care on a long or short term basis. The team is led by the Registered Manager who has 20 years of expertise within this field.
Saxon Court provides a friendly, safe and homely environment, where residents are supported to maintain their independence in daily living activities and develop close community links.
Each resident has an individual plan of care and needs assessment in place that provides support and guidance to staff, with the aim to enhance the care and welfare of the residents who reside at the home. The home is audited internally on a monthly basis to ensure that a quality service is being maintained.
Saxon Court offers a wide range of activities and has an activity coordinator who delivers group sessions and 1-1 sessions.