Deepdene is a modern purpose built Nursing Home, tastefully decorated, providing a warm friendly environment for its residents. It is registered with the Care Quality Commission and is in easy reach of local shops, major road routes A25, A24, and M25. Please feel free to visit or telephone at any time for viewing and advice.
Experienced registered nurses and care assistants, selected for their skills, operate a 24 hour service, delivering a high standard of nursing care to suit the individual. An experienced Manager supervises the day to day running of the home and ensures that the care delivered encompasses social, physical, psychological and environmental needs.
The home is designed to provide a secure and safe environment. Lifts provide access to the residents rooms which are arranged over three floors. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, and are equipped with telephone and television point. Residents are very welcome to bring personal possessions, such as a favourite table, chair and ornaments. There are a variety of lounge areas, some with TV s where residents can entertain family and friends and some for more quiet enjoyment. There is also a secure garden area.
Individual care plans enable staff to continually monitor each resident's progress and general health. This is monitored by our Quality Assured procedures, which have an ongoing review, to ensure the care provisions meet the needs of the individual.
A wide range of activities to suit our residents are catered for including group and individual based interests and hobbies. Our activities organiser ensures there is a varied programme for social and leisure pursuits. Our experienced chef produces appetising, home-style food with seasonal ingredients. At Deepdene we endeavour to meet all cultural and personal preferences, our chef is also happy to incorporate service user's favourite dishes into the menu.
A multi-sensory room which has been carefully designed to aid relaxation for our residents, either individually, or in the company of carers or relatives. A well equipped hairdressing salon. Garden and courtyard area where residents can relax when the weather allows. Meals are freshly prepared by our full time chef and are served in separate dining rooms. A vriety of diets can be catered for and the manager/chef would be happy to discuss your needs. There are 2 activity rooms where residents are welcome to participate alongside the activities organisers. On site laundry services are provided.
Visitors are welcome at any time, to our " home from home". Meals can be taken in one of the dining rooms or in the privacy of their own room. Laundry services are provided by our housekeeping team.
Apr 06th, 2017
Deepdene Care Home mens outing at The Fox. Every time they go out they cant wait for the next one that means that they really enjoy the outing every time...
And again... Men outing at "The Volunteer " pub lunch.They enjoyed every minute, chating with each other...
Apr 06th, 2017
Indian party at Deepdene Care Home. An unforgotten event, staff wore indian wear, indian food was by our chef Sam. A lot of relatives came to join us, there was a lot of dancing with residents. They can't wait for the next one which is going to be an african party next month...
Feb 01st, 2017
Entertainment in Deepdene Care Home never ends. It's wonderful when we see our residents so happy. They really enjoyed an afternoon with Lance the pianist playing old music for them and enjoying Christie's songs by dancing and singing with the carers. It was National Green juice day, we served drinks made of green vegetables from our chef...
Jan 03rd, 2017
Deepdene Care Home have recently had an CQC Inspection (Unannounced) and they are proud to announce that they have received “Good" feed back in all aspects. CQC report to be updated shortly.
We would like to thank all the staff at Deepdene Care Home for all their hard work.
Nov 07th, 2016
Deepdene Care Home celebrated Guy Fawkes with a wonderful display enjoyed by their residents from the comfort of the warm indoors. They were captivated by the great exploding rockets and other colourful cascading fireworks, sorry they couldn't catch the rockets on camera.
Then they went to supper and Chef Sam baked "bonfire cakes with firework candles" for dessert, perfect end to their celebrations!
Thank you care staff for making the residents entertainment so much fun...
Nov 01st, 2016
They wore the right hats.
They arranged the flowers accordingly.
They decorated the mantle pieces.
They ate the sweets and chocolates and popped the party poppers.
Last but not least... Chef Sam spoiled them with yummy Halloween decorated cupcakes.
Aug 29th, 2016
Deepdene Care Home had fun and laughter at their Summer Fair on Sunday 28th August. Relatives joined loved ones for an outdoor picnic of English food and drinks...
Then a lively rock and roll singing and dancing duo entertained us with fabulous songs and energetic dancing. Keith, one of our residents didn't want to sit down but decided to jive to the music with one of our care staff... thankyou Christie and Tom!
Lots of browsing was done and items bought at our stall. Several raffles were drawn and great prizes were won...
It was a good day...
Aug 23rd, 2016
Keith (one of Deepdene Care Home's residents) celebrated his birthday recently with his family and great entertainment...
Xavier the Mariachi singer came back by special request to entertain, especially the ladies. He is always great fun to have in the house...
Aug 23rd, 2016
Steve mesmerized the ladies at Deepdene Care Home with his lovely personality, voice and music repertoire, one resident loves to listen to music with his eyes closed, he believes it's the only way...
Matt took us back in time with his great show of 50' and 60' classics. As can be seen, our residents love their entertainment...
Jul 07th, 2016
The David Van Day duo performed some lovely golden oldies from days gone by at Deepdene Care Home. Lots of singing along and hand clapping from our residents. Some of the residents had tears in their eyes... they were likely recollecting and remembering special times of the past.
Jul 07th, 2016
Deepdene Care Home Gentleman's Club had a lovely day out at Redhill Aerodrome.
They enjoyed a great meal in "The Pilots Hub" and later watched the planes and helicopters from the outside deck. Only the start of rain made us regretfully return home.
Jun 15th, 2016
Tennessee country duo are a real class act! They were so infectious with their music that they got the residents to clap their hands and tap their feet enthusiastically to the beat of the great music... Everybody wanted to get up and dance to the music...Thank you Kelly and Michael it was fabulous!
Jun 07th, 2016
Deepdene Care Home chef Sam (who by the way is French) likes to spoil our residents with his brilliant baking treats. On this occasion he baked yummy cupcakes and Swiss roll and showed the ladies how to decorate them....the carers also lent a hand.....and the male residents joined us later, but not on camera, to taste the goodies of course!!
May 25th, 2016
The "Cockney Sparrer" and the residents of Deepdene Care Home enjoyed a lovely afternoon of popular singalongs.....The "Lady in Red" showed the Deepdene residents the art of flamenco dancing. Lots of foot tapping and hand clapping too!
Mar 04th, 2016
We are very proud to introduce the "Deepdene care centre eggheads" from Dorking. They are a formidable team and have a great team spirit. We meet every Monday Wednesday and Friday afternoons for an hour of tough questions. Our team consists of 5 men and 2 ladies.
Feb 22nd, 2016
Gladys Deardon recently celebrated her 100th Birthday. She had a lovely party with all her family and friends. Gladys also received a very special Telegram from Her Majesty The Queen congratulating her on her Birthday.
We wish you a very Happy Birthday from everyone at Deepdene Care Centre.
Feb 02nd, 2016
Residents and staff at Deepdene Care Home have been celebrating National Dignity Day, which is a national day celebrating dignity for elder persons in care home.
Residents took part in writing ‘What dignity means to me’ leafs for the dignity tree, which is displayed and this will be used when nurses are completing care plans in order to help us understand what dignity mean to each individual resident.
A lovely spread of homemade cake and sandwiches delighted residents and staff and visitors.
A big thank you to all staff and residents who took part in celebrating National Dignity Day.
Jan 21st, 2016
Deepdene Care Home held its Employee of the Month awards for December. The awards are given to staff that have gone above and beyond in their care of residents. It goes without saying that all staff shows dedication and commitment to their residents, so a big thank you and well done to all our staff.
A Very Big Well Done to all three winners...
Horatiu Camon – Unit Manager Balmoral Unit
Sindhu Kunjuraman – Care Assistant
Almpina Ramai – Care Assistant
Staff are receiving their award from Home Manager Usha Prasanna.
Jan 13th, 2016
Robbie the magician entertained our residents with his excellent magical show. He interacted very well the residents and they thoroughly enjoyed his sense of humour and taking part in his show. The residents would love to see Robbie again in the near future. A great time was had by all.
Jan 01st, 2016
Residents enjoyed a fabulous Christmas Day lunch, with Roast Turkey, Cranberry Sauce and all the trimmings...including Brussel Sprouts!
All residents received lovely presents, and lots of visits from friends and family. A lovely day was had by all.
Wishing everyone a Very Happy New Year from all at Deepdene Care Centre.
Dec 18th, 2015
Residents were treated to a lovely Christmas Carol service by the Dorking Choral Singers.
Residents joined in with lots of songs…’Silent Night’ ‘O Holy Night’ to name but a few. Mince pies and Sherry was served afterwards, which made the whole evening very festive.
Merry Christmas from us all at Deepdene Care Centre
Dec 17th, 2015
Pet Therapy at Deepdene.
Residents were visited by Jasper the Therapy Dog on Friday. Jasper visits the home frequently and gives lots of love and affection to residents. Residents respond really well to animals in the home, Jasper loves receiving lots of attention and lovely treats from residents.
Dec 10th, 2015
Residents at Deepdene Care Centre were treated to a Christmas production of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ recently. The production was by Memory Lane productions.
Residents enjoyed the singing and dancing, as did some of the staff! A good time was had by all.
Dec 10th, 2015
Outing to Woodcote Garden Centre
Residents at Deepdene Care Centre took great delight in visiting the Christmas displays at Woodcote this week.
Residents enjoyed the lovely Christmas trees and displays, which gave them ideas to decorate the home for the Christmas Festivities. Merry Christmas everyone.
Dec 07th, 2015
The team at Deepdene Celebrated ‘Wear it Pink’ day recently, which saw residents and staff dress up in all things pink!
Fairy wings, tutus and pink wigs were just some of the costumes worn, along with pink cakes which were accompanied by ‘Lily The Pink’
The idea behind this was to inject fun into the home and encourage staff to engage positively with each other and residents. Everyone really enjoyed the day…and looking forward to the next colour day!
Nov 27th, 2015
Residents at Deepdene Care Centre have been enjoying the newly designed Dementia Unit.
Both residents and staff have enjoyed using the new equipment and surroundings each day to live a meaningful and positive life.
New concepts for the unit include, an indoor garden area, complete with water feature and bird song, an art and craft station and a 1950’s style living room, complete with 1950’s TV and radio; and a new look dining room.
Residents also benefit from the use of dolls and ‘fiddle’ items which help keep busy minds and fingers active.
The aim is to introduce meaningful and positive interaction between residents and staff, giving residents a purpose, with each activity being adapted to individual likes and needs.
There has been a significant decrease in the number of distressed behaviour in residents since the new activity areas have been introduced. Although these concepts do not altogether stop these behaviours, they do help staff to offer distraction techniques to help assist with residents who may becoming distressed.
Dementia training has also started to be rolled out to all staff so they have an understanding to what a meaning and purposeful activity is and increase their understanding of what Dementia is.
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