Westbury House Nursing Home
This care home has 10 reported vacancies.
Westbury House Nursing Home
General care home information
Type of care: Care Home with Nursing
- Short stay
- Long stay
Number of beds:
- 70 beds with nursing
- 0 beds without nursing
Access to floors
- Shaft lift
Care categories accepted
- People with physical disabilities
- People who need care because of old age
Special requirements accepted
- Incontinent of urine
- Wheelchair users
Accommodates people who have physical disabilities and neurological related diseases and disorders.
We are a stately home set in its own 94 acres and parkland.
|Number of Vacancies||For||Type||Room||Floor||Fee Code||Availability|
|10||Sharing Male or Female||Residential||En Suite||19/03/2015|
|A||Private - the client is self funding and pays their own fees|
|B||Local Authority Homes (Part 3) - this applies to homes which are run by Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth City Council or Southampton City Council, and is for these homes only.|
|C||Local Authority (Contract) - this refers to clients whose care is funded by a local authority, this could include authorities other than Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton. This fee code usually applies to independent care and nursing homes.|
|D||Local Authority (Contract plus third party contribution) - where the home's fees in relation to a particular vacancy are more than the Local Authority is willing to pay (Fee Code C) and a third party will be required to pay the difference.|
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- Care homes without nursing (or residential homes) offer the level of personal care, such as bathing and dressing that a competent, caring relative might provide and, when necessary, may ask a community nurse to visit
- Care homes with nursing (or nursing homes) must employ qualified nursing staff and ensure that there is adequate cover 24 hours a day. A homes registration certificate shows details of specialist care they offer.
- Some care homes offer both residential and nursing care and these take residents whether or not they need nursing care. These homes may be more suitable for couples where only one partner requires nursing
- There are also a number of residential homes and hostels for people with learning disabilities.
If you like the idea of living in a family home with very few other residents, you may be interested in the Shared lives scheme which is provided by carers (individuals and families) across Hampshire, who want to offer a vulnerable person a short break, day care or long term care, in the carer’s own home.
The registration certificate for a care home specifies which categories of people they intend to care for. Within care categories, some homes have age limits for the people they take of.
- DE - people with dementia
- LD - people with learning disabilities
- MD - people with mental illness
- OP - people who need care because of old age
- PD - people with physical disabilities
- SI - people with sensory impairment
- A - people with past or present alcohol dependence
- D - people with past or present drug dependence