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Through the experience of our home manager and our highly skilled and experienced care team, we ensure that individuals live well and achieve a good quality of life by receiving outstanding levels of care, stimulation and social interaction that improves overall wellbeing.
We welcome visitors to experience just what makes us the perfect place to choose for expert, compassionate residential care and care for those with Dementia. The caring and support from staff and a vibrant atmosphere truly make it a great place to call home.
In addition to offering high-quality residential elderly care for those who now need support with daily tasks, Linden Lodge Residential Home is also the perfect environment for people living with dementia and has been designed to enhance their quality of life.
Our Home Manager, Janine Ansell, who took over the role in October 2019 has a wealth of experience in delivering high-quality dementia care and is supported by a skilled and experienced high calibre care team who undertake regular on-going professional training to ensure that the care provided to our residents is of the very highest standard.
What can you expect from Linden Lodge Residential Home?
Purpose built facility
Close to Local shops
Near Public Transport
Garden for residents
Own Mini bus
All rooms with en-suite facilities
It was purpose-built in 2002 within the settings that are fully fit for purpose with all rooms having en-suite facilities, full wheelchair access throughout, assisted bathrooms/shower rooms, nurse call system in each room and a beautifully landscaped garden with many relaxing features, regularly used by our residents, their families and friends.
What is daily life like at Linden Lodge Residential Care Home?
At Linden Care Homes, we believe it is vitally important to stay engaged with life, to stay involved with current interests and develop new ones. All Linden Care Homes facilities are constantly looking for new ways to engage and support our residents.
Residents can stroll or sit in the attractive gardens and are encouraged to maintain their mobility and independence by taking part in various events. Trips are periodically organised utilising the Home’s transport which is free of charge although, there may be a small charge to residents to cover admission fees and so on to specific events.
Social activities are a fundamental part of the Home’s philosophy with maximum participation encouraged, but not dictated. Some of the activities include:
Activities are varied to try to take account of any seasonal or topical issues.
Length of Service 18 years
Linden Lodge Residential Home opened in 2001, providing residential and dementia care. We have 31 rooms all of which are en-suite
My goals and targets are set with only the very best outcomes for every person that wishes to join us, whether that be as a resident or an employee. My standards and values have been set by the very best as I have only ever worked for this company. I have been supported and encouraged to reach my career goal by the management team and now I intend to do the same for others with aspirations to be great leaders.
The care, dignity and self respect of the residents and their families is of the utmost importance to myself and every person in my team and this shows in the confident, happy faces of all who choose our wonderful home to live, work or visit.
I have an open-door policy that allows transparency, honesty opportunity, and love and care to flow through the home. I am fair and always do my best in every situation and for every individual.
You can contact Janine via:
I joined Linden Care Homes in 2013. Over the years I have gained experience and knowledge and have been able to progress up the career structure from Care Assistant to Deputy Manager.
It is important to me that we maintain our great levels of respect, dignity and kindness towards our residents, their loved ones and each other.
These are the values I use in my management role.
I started working at Lincden Care Homes in 2013 as a care assistant With the support and encouragement from Management I have developed. my career and progressed to Deputy Manager.
The ethos of caring at Linden Care Homes is, in my opinion, second to none and ensuring our residents are safe and happy is our priority.
It is a home from home for all of us.
My family means everything to me so I make sure we deliver the best possible care to those family members who mean so much to others.
I came to work at Linden Care Homes from school in 1990 as a seasonal summer receptionist before going to college and never left.
Instead after been offered a permanent position I went to college on day release and received mentoring and training which allowed me to work my way up to my current position of Deputy Manager of Business and Finance responsible for the smooth running of all aspects of the administration and finance across all 3 homes
My role is Head of Housekeeping for all three Linden Care Homes.
I started my career at Linden Lodge Nursing Home in 2003 as a kitchen assistant weekend job whilst still at school.
Linden Lodge encouraged me to go to catering college where I trained to be a cook.
During my time at Linden Lodge I have steadily improved my skills and am now Head of Catering for all Linden Care Homes Ltd and am responsible for the standard of catering in all three homes. I have been here for 18 years and I love my job.
You are always welcome to come to drop by and take a look around our Care Home. Making an appointment is not necessary, but if you would like a guided tour, please Contact Us to arrange a time with Management.