Mark Noble attends the opening of the Orangery and celebration of CQC ‘outstanding’ rating – achieved for the second time.
Ebury Court is unique
like no other care home...
- CQC outstanding rated twice – February 2015 and December 2018.
- Winner – National Dementia Care Awards: Best Dementia Care Home (November 2020)
- Winner – Greater London Enterprise Awards: Best Residential Care Home (Essex, 2020)
- Winner – Skills for Care 2018 Award: ‘Best Employer’ – Finalist 2020.
- Winner – 21st National Dementia Care Awards 2019: ‘Dementia Care Manager’.
- Winner – Great British Care Awards (London Region): ‘Frontline Leader’.
- Carehome.co.uk: For the last five years, we have consistently held the ‘Top 20 Care Home in London’ Award, as voted for independently by family and friends.
Ebury Court are proud to hold the Gold Standard Framework in Care Homes Quality Hallmark Award for End of Life Care. This national award was first achieved at the highest level, Beacon in 2011. We were reaccredited again at Beacon level in 2014 and in 2017, we attained Platinum achieving 20 out of the 20 standards at the highest level of ‘excellent‘. Visit the Gold Standard Framework website for more details.
The Gold Standard Framework training focusses on all aspects of providing palliative care and involved the entire staff at Ebury Court. It included how to work collaboratively with our GP and nursing services, symptom control, anticipatory prescribing, care in the final days, dignity, dementia, spirituality and how to support both the relatives and the resident.
Our staff are very knowledgeable, experienced and highly committed to providing a ‘gold standard of end of life care’.
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Facilities at Ebury Court
Our high quality facilities have been arranged to increase our ability to care for our residents, enhance their experience of receiving care, and greatly improve their quality of life.
All of our rooms are well appointed, extremely spacious and en-suite. They are all different in terms of layout and have been individually furnished and decorated to a high standard. We like each room to have its own character and feel.
Each room is equipped with a flat screen television and telephone points.
Residents can choose to use any of our four different lounges – two with televisions or the garden lounge that provides a place for quiet relaxation.
There is also a beautifully furnished, spacious, air-conditioned conservatory that is a very tranquil and peaceful place to be. The conservatory is very popular with our residents and their visiting families as a place to catch up over tea or coffee and enjoy our garden views.
Fund raising efforts over the past few years have enabled us to raise the £10,000 required to install a hydrotherapy bath. Consultation with Stirling University took place regarding the interior design and decoration of the bathroom which is now sensitive to the needs of those with dementia. This bathroom is now a welcoming room and taking a bath, is now a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
We have lovely secluded mature gardens with a stylish summerhouse and a large seating area that enables our residents to enjoy meals outdoors during the summer.
Our luxury wet room utilises state of the art materials to promote a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
We have recently installed a new computer system at Ebury Court which includes Skype for our residents’ use.
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“Thank you very much for everything you have all done for my Mum during her time at Ebury Court. I am very confident in conveying on her behalf how much she enjoyed being with you all, joining in all aspects of Ebury Court life – singing, eating, drinking, companionship, the calm environment and of course, the fun she had with you all. I couldn’t have wished for a better time for Mum to have experienced in her final years. With all our love and very best wishes to you all.”
“A big thank you for everything you have done over the years to look after my Nan. We have had lots of laughs together and have enjoyed a sing along to the music together. All the carers have been brilliant and we will miss all the happy faces at Ebury Court. Thanks again for all that you did for my Nan”