CARE & COMPASSION
At Superior Care Homes we distinguish ourselves by providing our clients and their families with the very best care in compassionate and empathetic care, with an emphasis on security, quality and dignity
We sincerely believe that elderly people should live the best possible lives whether living on their own or as a couple and this is a philosophy that underpins every home in our group.
The nature of care at Superior Care Homes is highly bespoke and tailored to each residents individual needs, health conditions, interests and temperaments. By involving the patient and their family in our detailed personal assessment, we are confident that we gain an in depth understanding of our clients’ needs and can tailor our provision of care accordingly.
We believe that our difference as care providers is evident in everything we do and underpinned by a “quality of life” ethos that shows through in all our homes at every service level, from the expertise of our carers to our focus on food, nutrition and leisure activities for our patients.
PHILOSOPHY OF CARE
At Superior Care Homes, we place the rights and welfare of our residents at the forefront of our philosophy of care. We seek to uphold these rights in all aspects of the services and of the care we provide. We also actively encourage our residents to exercise their rights and our Residents’ Charter of Rights forms the cornerstone of our care policy.
We are dedicated to developing nurturing environments and high standards of care, which enable residents to enjoy life to the full, as individuals, in happy, comfortable, and safe surroundings.
OUR APPROACH TO
Our number one priority remains the safety and wellbeing of everyone living and working in our care homes.
Since the early stages of the pandemic, our teams have been working to a pandemic plan which is updated regularly to reflect any changes to government guidance. This plan includes a range of measures aimed at both reducing the likelihood of new Covid-19 infections and reducing the spread of infections where they occur.
We strongly believe that all health and social care colleagues have a professional responsibility to reduce the risk of infection to others and we will encourage our teams to have all their vaccinations.
We also strongly recommend that all residents and their visitors are fully vaccinated, including future boosters, unless medically exempt.