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Oaklands House Care Centre Care home in Southampton
Our purpose at Oaklands House Care Centre is to provide our residents with positive care that’s tailored to their every need. We have a dedicated team of carers and residential care nurses who are passionate about ensuring the happiness of our residents on a day-to-day basis. Many of our nurses have been with us for a long time, and our Future Care Group values are instilled in them and their work! We provide care in every capacity, including respite care, nursing care, dementia care, and residential care. We offer specialised care services for many conditions, ensuring our residents are comfortable and transition easily into life at our care centre. Our care home in Southampton is nestled in the Hampshire countryside, and our residents often enjoy the landscaped gardens available. We pride ourselves on having modern facilities and technology in order to offer our residents the best care possible. We can’t wait to meet you and support you with your care requirements, it is easy to book a visit.
Moments of joy at
Oaklands Care Centre
We help all our residents ease into their new life at Oaklands House Care Centre in Southampton. With social clubs, exercise classes, and excellent facilities, both our new and long-standing residents benefit from the moments of joy we provide on a daily basis.
Stimulating social activity programme
Landscaped gardens / raised bed areas
Spiritual and pastoral needs met
Welcomes friendly pets
Bright dining areas and much more…
Levels of care
Residential care in Southampton
Some people find it difficult to adjust to living in residential care. At the Future Care Group, we strive to make this transition as easy as possible, helping our residents adjust to their new care home in Southampton. The environment we strive to create in our care homes is uplifting and joyful, allowing people to enjoy their time whilst receiving necessary care and companionship. We have brilliant facilities available that our residents can take advantage of:
- A vehicle for social trips out
- A lively bistro and coffee area
- Sensory garden
- A cinema lounge
- Hairdressing services
- Landscaped gardens
We encourage you to make friends and forge meaningful relationships with those around you, including our staff. Our social programme can help this happen, providing opportunities to start new hobbies or re-awaken your old ones!
Dementia care in Southampton
A dementia diagnosis can be intimidating, but our team at Oaklands House Care Centre is fully equipped to care for you tactfully and sensitively. The Dementia Champions at our Southampton nursing home hold the responsibility of ensuring our residents with dementia are catered to by our facilities and activities. This approach ensures that your quality of life remains as high as possible whilst you are living with dementia. Our team of residential care nurses have the necessary training to care for dementia patients, no matter how advanced the symptoms may be. We can support you through dementia, caring for your every requirement. Working with you, medical professionals, and your loved ones, we can ensure you experience those all-important moments of joy.
We’re proud of the team we have assembled at our care home in Southampton, Oaklands House Care Centre. Our entire team is dedicated, passionate, and cares completely about the health and happiness of our residents. We take the time to understand you, tailoring our care to your needs.
Nursing care in Southampton
The team of nurses at Oaklands House Care Centre in Southampton is highly trained and capable of caring for you in whatever capacity you need. We can provide minimal nursing care, or more involved nursing care. This can even become round-the-clock care if needed. We frequently collaborate with other professionals to ensure you receive care that is tailored to you and your changing requirements. This includes social workers and multidisciplinary doctors. As well as social clubs, activities, and exercise classes, our residents are provided with nutritious, home-cooked meals to make sure they are living a healthy lifestyle.
Respite care in Southampton
At Oaklands House, the care we provide isn’t limited to a long-term residency. You can also take advantage of our excellent care if you need short-term respite care. This could be for various reasons, and it can be for as little time as you need. You will be able to access our excellent facilities, as well as join in with all our social activities and trips. We have built a welcoming community within our care home in Southampton, meaning you may even make friendships that you can carry with you when you leave. You may need short-term respite care if:
- You need post-op care
- You require rehab after a hospital visit
- You are recovering and need support and care
- Your at-home carers have begun to need respite themselves
- You have any other short-term circumstances
For however long you receive care with us, our team will take the time to learn about your requirements and preferences, providing care that feels personal and is sensitive to your individual needs.
Tell us your requirementsTo speak to our care team at Oaklands House Care Centre in Southampton, call us on 023 8047 2581 or email email@example.com. We are looking forward to finding out your requirements and introducing you to our community.
Arrange your visit
Would you like to arrange a tour of Oaklands House Care Centre in Southampton? Call us on 023 8047 2581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your appointment today. We can’t wait to meet you.
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How to find our care home in Southampton
Our Southampton care home can be found in the peaceful countryside of Hampshire. Located just outside of the city centre and right next to a country park, we are in a beautiful location.
Found just off the M27, Oaklands House Care Centre is easily accessible by car. Coming from the direction of London, take the M3 until you can exit onto the B3335 and begin travelling through Twyford. Follow this road past Horton Heath until you get to our care home.
There is a train that takes you all the way from London to Southampton. This will take you to Southampton Central Station. From here, there is a number 8 bus that takes you on a 35-minute journey to get closer to our care home. From here, it is either a 22-minute walk or there will be taxis that can take you to our door.