The Grange | Dorset

The Grange, 2 Mount Road, Parkstone, Poole BH14 0QW

The Grange is a residential home providing support for 27 physically disabled adults.

We specialise in supporting people who have varying needs as a result of physical and long term neurological conditions including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, head/brain injury, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, neuropathic, spina bifida & hydrocephalus and stroke.

Our care teams are highly skilled and trained to deliver specialist care and have significant experience with medication administration, peg care, tissue viability management and the provision of end of life care. The full-time support we provide is flexible and designed to help build skills, inspire confidence and encourage people to live more independently.

We work directly with each individual to develop a personalised support programme based on their needs, wishes and aspirations. This includes personal care, health & wellbeing programmes, rehabilitation, community engagement, enablement, volunteering & activities and respite packages.

01202 715914

Facilities

Patio area with sun awnings
IT suite/conservatory
Hairdressing salon
Internet/WiFi
Dining Room
Ensuite Rooms
Nurse Call System
24/7 Care
Onsite Kitchen
Spa Baths
Satellite Kitchens

Accessibility

Disabled Toilet
Disabled Parking
Wheelchair access
On site vehicles
Tracksystem Hoist
Lift
Close to local town
Close to amenities
manager-photo

Sandra White

I have been working in the care sector for 27 years. I started my career with Leonard Cheshire working out in the community delivering care and support to people in their own homes. I progressed into the administrative area of care delivery at The Grange and was promoted to office manager and then deputy manager. I was then offered the position of service manager which I have been for the last 10 years.

In that time I have learnt many things about care and support through specialised training courses and developing my own skills with achieving my NVQ level 4 and management qulaification. These skills and training courses enable me to managed staff conflict, undertake investigations, deal with safeguarding concerns and the health and safety of the service. I have worked with a consistant team of staff and volunteers and together we have ensured that service users achieve their life goals and aspirations. We have also made moves to update the building to inprove and increase the service users accessibility and independence.