Our specialist facilities are situated in stunning locations across Midlands and East Sussex
Hawthorne House is a purpose-built mental health rehabilitation facility that provides specialist care for adults with mental health and other needs, including dementia, acquired brain injury (ABI), physical disabilities and learning needs, step-down, respite, nursing and end-of-life care, and those with alcohol-user disorder syndrome.
We also provide specialist care for adults whose complex support needs other healthcare services cannot meet, for example those with challenging behaviour. We offer these residents a period of monitoring and rehabilitation to stabilise or improve their existing condition/s.
Hawthorne House comprises seven units, including a specialist acquired brain injury (ABI) unit.
This purpose-built unit supports the rehabilitation of those facing a variety of cognitive and functional disabilities as a result of head trauma or neurological conditions.
Our home is fully equipped to promote independent daily living, helping individuals to relearn skills or adapt to new ways of completing everyday tasks, such as dressing or cooking. The home features a gym and training kitchen, both of which we use to help residents achieve their independence.
At Hawthorne House we use a person-centred approach, which recognises all residents’ individual health needs, interests, hobbies, faith and emotional wellbeing. The person-centred approach enables all our residents to make their own choices in relation to meals, activities and outings.
Our personalised and compassionate care ensures that each resident receives optimum nursing care to meet their clinical needs, as well as making them feel valued and supporting them to live each day to the full.
Hawthorne House offers a comfortable, welcoming environment, where each resident can enjoy the social benefits of shared living while having their own private living area for rest and relaxation.
Residents and relatives can enjoy our café lounge on the ground floor, with fresh, homemade cakes every day from our professional kitchen, and access to our well-maintained gardens, where they can enjoy each other’s company in calm, peaceful and pleasant surroundings.
We pride ourselves on providing residents with a varied and fresh menu each day; our highly trained kitchen staff ensure we meet their nutritional needs and consider their dietary preferences.
Acting as a bridge between hospital care and supported living, we welcome individuals from Coventry and Warwickshire, and further afield, all of whom will benefit from the exceptional care and rehabilitation support we offer. Hawthorne House is situated in the heart of England and is well served by national road and rail networks.
TYPES OF CARE AND THERAPY OFFERED AT HAWTHORNE HOUSE
Treatment of Acquired Brain Injury; Alcohol-user Disorder Syndrome; Art Therapy; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Dementia Care; End-of-Life Care; Neuro-degenerative Conditions and Challenging Behaviour; Neuro-rehabilitation; Nursing Care; Psychological Therapy; Physical Disabilities; Physiotherapy; Respite; Sensory Impairment; Step-down; and Activities of Daily Living supported by Occupational Therapy.
To find out more about our professional and compassionate care, please contact the Registered Home Manager, Karen Wright on 024 7647 4500.
CQC overall rating
16 March 2019
Our brand new residential care home in Coventry providse a home from home for the elderly, comprising two units: a 45 bed unit for people with dementia and challenging behaviour, and a 30 bed private facility for the frail elderly, including those requiring end of life care.
Our personalised and compassionate care will ensure that each resident receives optimum nursing care to meet their clinical needs, as well as making them feel valued and supporting them to live each day to the full.
Access to the peaceful and well planned garden will encourage contact with nature and our cinema will show a selection of films thus promoting socialising and wellbeing.
A well rounded timetable of meaningful activities will promote people’s interests and sense of identity and where residents are able, trips into the local community will be offered in our private transport.
Residents living with dementia are treated with compassion and their emotional wellbeing supported through the Butterfly approach which accepts their reality, unless it poses any risk to their health and wellbeing.
Our care home residents will enjoy comfortable surroundings with their own private living areas, including en-suite bathrooms and they will be encouraged to personalise their living spaces with their own possessions to ensure they feel at home.
We pride ourselves on providing our residents with a varied and fresh menu and our highly trained kitchen staff will ensure dietary and nutritional needs are met in addition to taking into account residents preferences.
In line with St Matthews Healthcare’s general policy, there will be no restrictions on visiting times, although we discourage families and friends from visiting during meal-times to ensure that both our staff and residents are able to enjoy the food and social opportunity that this brings.
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Why not get in touch to find out more about the professional and compassionate care we provide at Hawthorne House. Our Care Home Manager Rita Kaur will be more than answer any questions you may have about the services offered and can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.