Stratfield Lodge is a specialist residential care home in Bournemouth which provides residential care for adults who have a Learning Disability and/or Physical Disabilities.
Residents may also have a higher degree of dependency due to various complex care requirements including early onset dementia, sensory loss, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, Sjogren-Larsson syndrome and so on.
To be able to meet these needs we work closely with a wide team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, dieticians, psychologists, psychiatrists, GPs, district and community nurses and local hospitals. Our staff are trained and equipped to support the additional care requirements of our residents and aim to provide lifelong support for them.
We aim to provide holistic care for all our residents, so provide activities, opportunities, and time to help support each individual who lives at Stratfield, in order to help them live their lives as fully as they possibly can.
Each resident is allocated a key worker. It is the responsibility of the key worker to ensure that each resident gets the most out of life, from meeting their daily living requirements to fulfilling any ambitions and maintaining contact with family and friends. Health needs are coordinated by the Care Manager, Miriama, who is supported by each key worker and together they work closely with all relevant care professionals to ensure that all health needs are being met. Key workers also spend time with their clients to ensure social and spiritual needs are discussed and addressed. Detailed care plans for each resident are in place and reviewed once a month by the key workers and the care manager.
For more information on the services we provide, please download and read our Service User Guide. Please take a look around the site, and if you have any questions or queries please feel free to contact us.