Amy Woodgate House, Chessington
Amy Woodgate House Care Home is set over two floors, providing accomodation for 40 permanent and 4 short stay residents and is divided into four living units. Each unit contains a sitting and dining room with kitchen area creating a home from home environment. All rooms have large en-suite facilities.
Amy Woodgate House has a general store, tea room, welcome cafe and hair salon amongst a variety of individual quiet area’s for residents to enjoy. The large communal garden is landscaped with several seating area’s.
Each resident at Amy Woodgate House receives personalised care, ensuring they live an enjoyable and fulfilling life at their new home.WebsiteEmail Call
The facilities at Amy Woodgate House help to ensure each resident lives a happy and rewarding life at their new home. An array of daily social activities are provided to keep residents active such as arts & crafts, dancing and music, exercise and fitness classes, film nights and many more.
Each room at Amy Woodgate House has an en-suite bathroom, larger assisted bathrooms are also available for use.
At every stage in life, maintaining your physical and mental health is important. A dedicated Activities Co-ordinator creates a daily activity program, in conjunction with residents requests and personal areas of interest. These can be scheduled throughout the day to encourage participation for all and to create a fun family environment.
Independent activity, hobbies and day-to-day tasks can boost an individuals’ self-confidence and as part of our person-centered care, adapt this each individual. Our homes take pride in arranging special activities including birthdays or special milestones, religious celebrations, national days of celebration and events.
For residents who live with dementia or require support with their mental health, speech therapies are just one way in which we can provide assistance. Other mediums such as touch, sense, colours, music, animal interaction, and activities that encourage reminiscence memory can stimulate mental agility and provide positive outcomes for our residents.
There are several options, including part and fully-funded care. Prospective residents are advised to read our funding guide to understand the asset threshold requirements – this determines how much you are expected to pay. Residents can also access additional paid-for services including hairdressing, chiropody, opticians, daily reading material, and many more.
For residents wishing to upgrade their room experience to include dedicated internet service, movies on demand, private phone line/mobile, large flat screen (and more), speak to our Care Home Manager regarding the Gold Care Plus and Platinum room packages. We have a limited number of beds available for local authority-funded clients, please contact the home directly for availability and a price list.
Charlotte Ford joined Gold Care Homes in 2017 and has worked within the health and care sector for over 10 years. Charlotte’s journey began as a carer in domiciliary care, initially joining as a nursing assistant and progressing her career as a unit manager before becoming a deputy and home manager. Charlotte is dedicated to her job role and is currently completing her Level 5 qualifications in Leadership and Management.