The Olde Coach House

01482 645094 2 Eastgate , Hessle, Yorkshire(East Riding), HU13 9LW
http://www.demabismorcare.co.uk

News:

  • VE Day
  • Easter Celebrations
  • Christmas Time

Overview

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The Old Coach House is located in Hessle and provides residents with personalised, professional and compassionate care in a warm and welcoming living environment.

Staff at the home strive to make sure each resident feels at home and encourage them to retain their independence and have the freedom to live their lives.

Care workers at the home work to treat all residents as they would like to be treated themselves, including those with dementia, ensuring that they are treated with respect and dignity at all times.

The owners of The Old Coach House have years of experience providing care to older people in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere, where all services are designed to ensure that care home residents are happy and that they individual care needs are met. While staff work to encourage and support family visits to the home.

The Coach House accept private clients as well as local authority-funded client, and welcomes day care visitors and those who have short-term respite needs.

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Contact details

The Olde Coach House

Tel: 01482 645094   Fax: 01482 643363

Address: 2 Eastgate, Hessle, Yorkshire(East Riding), HU13 9LW

Website: http://www.demabismorcare.co.uk

Email: info@demabismorcare.co.uk

Latest news

VE Day

VE Day

We recently celebrated VE Day with our very own street party (in the home of course) We had bunting streaming all over the home and Union Jack decorations all over. The residents had a sing song to famous World War One tracks and recalled where they were when they discoveredd the war was over and how they celebrated. 

Last updated on 11 May 2015.

Easter Celebrations

Before They Hatched

We like to celebrate at the Old Coach House and Easter gave us the chance to. This year we hatched some eggs for the residents enjoyment. We started with an incubator and 10 eggs and eagerly anticipated what would hop out of them. A few days later we had 8 cheery yellow chicks cheeping and being passed around the home. We also had an easter day of fun to encourange families to bring their children to see their relative and the cute little chicks that were rapidly growing into small chickens. The residents enjoyed an Easter Bonnet competition, Easter Card making and watching the children hunt around the courtyard for chocolatie and eggs. After two weeks the company came to take the incubator away and a member of staff took the chicks to their new home in the form of her fathers allotment. Everyone is looking forward to next year so we can see some more eggs hatching

Last updated on 11 May 2015.

Christmas Time

We have enjoyed a very festive christmas this year. The home is always dressed up to the nines to make the home look as festive as possible for those who cannot make it  home or to a relatives for christmas. We had our anuual christmas party where the residents enjoy a christmas dinner and then a party afterwards where their family and friends are invited. We have an entertainer that has the ladies and gents up on their feet dancing the afternoon away. This year we were lucky enough to recieve a cake from Skeltons the bakery as part of the Hessle christmas celebrations. The Cake was presented to the Deputy Manager Sharon Revell by Mr Skelton hemself, The Mayor and Great British Bake off Winner Nancy Birtwhistle. A few days later we had Mr Skelton and the Mayor to Tea which the residents enjoyed greatly. 

Last updated on 11 May 2015.

Bonfire Night Party

After the sucess of theFamily fun day it was decided to put on  small fireworks show for the residents and invite their familys. The Ladies and Gentlemen enyoyed a bonfire themed tea and were then led outside wrapped up to the max for the show. There were sparklers , soup and  mulled wine for  those who wanted it and they very much enjopyed the colourful fireworks. They also enjoyed seeing the childrens reactions who had come along to see their family member.

Bonfire night over, Roll on the Christmas Party. 

Last updated on 13 November 2014.

Family Fun Day

We have recently had a Family Fun Day for the residents which they thoroughly enjoyed. Whether their own family were available to attend or not, the residents enjoyed a BBQ, Cream Tea and a performer singing all their old favourites. The sun shone and they were also able to watch their families enjoy the day with such stalls as cake and sweets, tombolla and games for the children. They particually enjoyed seeing the children on the bouncy castle, playing hook a duck and being made balloon animals. One resident was very pleased with her balloon penguin. Roll on to planning next years event. 

Last updated on 19 August 2014.

Key facts about this care service

Care Quality Commission inspection ratings

Size of care home

Medium33 beds

Registered manager in post

Yes registered manager in post

Social Care Commitment

We are signed up to this commitment

Food hygiene rating

5Very good

Type of care provided by this organisation

Care home without nursing

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Cost of care

The average cost of care at this provider is between £550 - £795 per week

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Overall capacity

This care provider has a total capacity of 33 service users

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Last updated on 17 June 2019.

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