Luxury residential care home in Hadfield, Derbyshire
Pendlebury Care Homes is dedicated to improving the life experiences of people with dementia and other neurological or physical conditions.
Our track record has grown over 20 years, with expertise in specialist residential services.
Our Homes offer a warm welcome from our caring and professional team on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 52 weeks of the year.
Our services are provided at Regency Hall, Hadfield Derbyshire, Pendlebury Court, Glossop, Derbyshire and Lyme Green Hall, Macclesfield Cheshire.
I’ve found it very difficult being parted from my husband and I’d like to say how helpful and understanding the staff have been particularly at night when I’ve had to leave him.
Regency Hall came highly recommended and when I visited I was very impressed.
Regency Hall was recommended to us. Having seen three other homes in the area this was the nicest in appearance.
The standard of cleanliness and the quality of the furnishings are excellent.
The staff’s attitude is excellent. They’re responsive and approachable.
I chose Regency Hall because it’s spacious and allows the easy movement for the patients. There is a good atmosphere and the standard of cleanliness is high.
The choice of meals is very good. I’m happy as my wife is content.
I would definitely recommend Regency Hall. It provides the right equipment for all the different needs of the various residents. It’s a happy place with understanding staff who take the time to recognise individual needs and go out of their way to create a family atmosphere.
I always wanted my sister to come to Regency Hall and waited for the refurbishment to be completed. We were very happy when she was accepted.
Not only are likes and dislikes respected for meal choices but our Chef is experienced and trained to provide the correct dietary needs for each person. Some people may require soft options or fortified meals, all of which is catered for. Other people may have to watch their salt or sugar intake.
All food and drink items purchased by the Home are screened for allergens. More information about the 14 allergens is available from the chef or Home Manager.
Families are welcome any time and we aim to make each visit an enjoyable one with complimentary tea / coffee.
The Home Manager is resident between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday and has an open door policy. Alternatively you may book an appointment with the manager by phone or in person should that be easier for you.
You are welcome to telephone the home at any time day or night as we have 24 hour staffing. Please note the busiest times are between 8am and 10am, 1230pm – 130pm, 430pm – 530pm and 8pm to 9pm, but we will always aim to deal with any questions during those times. We try to keep meal times relaxed and unhurried so people can eat their meals without distractions
You can use our contact page on the website to request a brochure or leave your details. One of our friendly team will aim to contact you within 48 hours of receiving the referral request.
Alternatively you can contact the Home Manager on01457 891710 to arrange a visit or if you are short of time, just drop in when you are passing and we will always try and accommodate your visit.
It is usual that most families after a diagnosis of dementia, will continue to look after the person at home, or wish for them to remain in their own home for as long as possible. Sadly this can place a huge strain on family life as the needs of the person are likely to become more involved and complicated over time.
Residential care offers 24 hour support, 52 weeks a year in a safe and homely environment. Residents have their own space to call their own and are encouraged to socialise and take part in activities which promote health and well-being. Families are welcome to visit at any time and are encouraged to read and participate in the person’s care plan (particularly where the person lacks capacity to make key decisions about their life).
Relatives often go through a range of emotions prior to their family member coming to stay with us, but soon realise the benefits of residential care, which allows them to carry on with their life, whilst still enjoying quality time with their loved ones.