Testimonials & Awards

Clarendon Care Home Chandos Lodge Wins Bronze Award by Adventure with Dementia

After taking part in a six-month ‘See Me’ training programme, which is based on stimulation, engagement, environment and education, Chandos Lodge Residential Home was presented with a bronze award by Adventure with Dementia.

Staff were taught how to make closer links with their community, enhance mealtimes, stimulate through music and support residents in their every day lives.

Ann Norris, manager at Chandos Lodge, said: “This is a big achievement for us as it shows we’re taking the right steps in helping our residents who are living with dementia.

W H (Relative of Resident)

“We are very happy with the care our mother is receiving. Every care is taken to look after her well being and she enjoys the friendly banter, raising a smile or a giggle and even a cheeky response from her at times. We really appreciate your hard work and compassion, thank you very much.”
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“We are very happy with the care our mother is receiving. Every care is taken to look after her well being and she enjoys the friendly banter, raising a smile or a giggle and even a cheeky response from her at times. We really appreciate your hard work and compassion, thank you very much.”

Barbara C (Wife of Resident)

“My husband has been a resident for four months and I can honestly say that we cannot recommend [the home] highly enough.
It is all that I could wish for to keep him safe and sound in these difficult later years of our lives.  He has settled in very well and joins in most of the activities that they provide. They do their very best to cater for his own tastes and needs. The carers and nurses treat him as though he were their own father or grandfather. ”
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“My husband has been a resident for four months and I can honestly say that we cannot recommend [the home] highly enough. It is all that I could wish for to keep him safe and sound in these difficult later years of our lives.  He has settled in very well and joins in most of the activities that they provide. They do their very best to cater for his own tastes and needs. The carers and nurses treat him as though he were their own father or grandfather. ”