The Tudors Residential Home
The Tudors Residential Home is situated in the mystical town of Glastonbury and provides all the comfort and independence of home, minus the work and worries.
We believe in a whole person approach to care that focuses on the individual needs and wishes of all of our residents. We strive to help our people maintain their hobbies and interests as much as possible, with extensive gardens and patios to the rear of the home and the charming town centre only a few minutes’ walk away, we support everyday activities such as gardening or shopping, and trips to cafes or the church.
Our fully trained staff care for residents in every sense of the word, both physically and mentally, whilst preserving their dignity and independence. Trained nurses are always on call to support our care staff and a doctor can be summoned 24 hours a day if required.
We have regular visits from the hairdresser and barber, clergy, and health professionals such as opticians, chiropodists, dentists and podiatrists to make life as stress-free as possible for you.
The accommodation is made up of 20 single rooms which are all centrally heated, with a wash-hand basin and 11 with en-suite facilities. Residents are encouraged to bring their own furniture if they wish and to make their space their own. All rooms have an emergency
call system, attended by 24 hour waking staff.
Meals are ‘home cooked’ and prepared in the kitchen - using fresh meat, vegetables, fruit and locally sourced produce whenever possible. The menu is varied, and individual preferences and special dietary needs can be catered for.
For more information or to arrange a visit please contact us.
Care Services Offered
Kim Joined the Tudors as Registered Manager in March 2020. Kim has over 17 years of experience in providing care and support and has vast experience as a registered Manager predominantly covering services for the Elderly, and has also worked with individuals with complex care needs including Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Palliative Care and has extensive training, expertise and experience in specialized Care of People suffering from Dementia.
Kim has obtained her NVQ level 2 and Level 3 in Health and Social Care, Level 3 Diploma in Management and in 2017 achieved her Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (Adults Management)
Kim is passionate and committed to treating the residents and staff as individuals and values the role of staff in providing good quality Person Centred Care to all the residents. Kim delivers support in a diverse, compassionate and caring way, to both staff residents and families. This directly reflects the quality of care the residents experience.
Kim and all the staff at The Tudors are dedicated to meeting the residents needs according to their individual assessments. Family and friends of the residents are encouraged to contribute to the planned care to ensure all the needs are addressed at the earliest opportunity.
Kim’s remaining free time is spent going to the gym, swimming, spending time with her daughter and watching horror films or listening to music.
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From the beginning, Alan and his team made Yvonne most welcome and helped us with regards to her settling in period. The home has a lovely atmosphere and the staff are all very caring and clearly know their residents very well. Yvonne always looks well cared for and her needs are catered for to a high standard. On visits, we are always given updates regarding Yvonne's health, activities and such like. Regular newsletters and pictures complement this and help put Bills mind at rest.
Alan and his staff are clearly passionate about their home and its residents and this comes across to us and is greatly reassuring.
We cannot thank them all enough for taking such good care of Yvonne.
My husband went there from the hospital and showed signs of improvement from the first day. He had more energy, was more alert and less confused. He is very vulnerable emotionally and I was worried that he would feel lost and insecure away from home. To my great relief, he always looks very integrated and secure with every member of staff and the other residents.
The staff's cheerfulness and good humour is noteworthy in this difficult and often frustrating area of care.
Being a small home Beech Tree House has a family home feel to it - not at all like an institution. The lovely, mature garden is easily accessible from the house and is enclosed by an old stone wall so there is no risk of residents wandering off.
We would like to express our heartfelt thanks for the care you are giving my mother-in-law. We have heard nothing but the highest praise for all the carers and workers at Frairn House and this sets our hearts at ease.