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Field Lodge care home in St Ives, Cambridgeshire

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Field Lodge is a purpose-built care home in St Ives, on the outskirts of this pretty and historic market town in Cambridgeshire.

As soon as you enter Field Lodge care home you’ll notice the lively and welcoming atmosphere. You’ll be greeted by a friendly face at reception and as you explore the ground floor you’ll discover a cinema, hair salon and nail bar, as well as a contemporary coffee shop – perfect for a slice of cake and a chat with loved ones on wet days.

Independence is the key

Our dedicated and experienced Field Lodge care team are passionate about helping residents to continue doing the things they love. Activity and independence are central to life at the home and you will always find a variety of activities going on. There's a purpose-built hobby lounge full of games and arts and crafts materials ready for activities. Plus there's plenty of light, and comfortably furnished and beautifully decorated areas to relax, read, chat to visitors or enjoy the views across the gardens.

Our care teams deliver the very highest quality residential, dementia and nursing care. They get to know your loved one as though they’re one of their own family, and create a personalised care plan that enables your loved one to maintain their independence and enjoy activities based on their lifelong hobbies and interests, or even to try something new.

Exercise classes at Field Lodge

We know that regular exercise helps older people maintain their mobility and it can also reduce and prevent falls. That’s why we offer residents at Field Lodge care home weekly exercise classes that are led by an experienced and trained exercise professional.

Fitness expert Marion is also a trained nurse and has worked with older people for many years. She comes to the home weekly to run an exercise session with residents who feel able to participate. Together with our activity co-ordinators she works out a programme for each individual resident, which includes using resistance bands, weights and bean bags.

The residents really enjoy these fun sessions and many are surprised at how much they can do.

Support for you and your loved one

We understand that choosing the right care home can be a particularly challenging and overwhelming task for everyone involved. We work alongside your family to make the process, and the move, as seamless as possible, ensuring that your loved one maintains their independence, dignity and identity every step of the way.

Please do call us to find out how we're able to help your loved one here at our care home in St Ives. We look forward to welcoming you to Field Lodge soon.

Our services 
Dementia care
End of life care
Nursing care
Palliative care
Residential care
Respite care

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Field Lodge care home publishes guide to keeping healthy in older age

Field Lodge care home publishes guide to keeping healthy in older age

April 7 2016

Care UK’s Field Lodge care home on London Road in St. Ives is providing support for older people with the publication of Eating as we age, a free guide packed with advice on keeping healthy and hydrated in older age.

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RSPB Birdwatch flocks back to Field Lodge care home

RSPB Birdwatch flocks back to Field Lodge care home

January 26 2016

Residents and the care team at Field Lodge care home in St Ives are gearing up to take part in this year’s RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch.

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Field Lodge scoops Care Home of the Year award

Field Lodge scoops Care Home of the Year award

December 15 2015

The care team at Field Lodge care home in St. Ives are celebrating after their home was named ‘Care Home of the Year’ at Care UK’s annual awards.

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Health news

Drop in dementia numbers gives hope the disease is preventable

Drop in dementia numbers gives hope the disease is preventable

April 27 2016

News that the number of dementia cases has dropped by one-fifth since the 1990s has been universally welcomed. But what do the latest statistics tell us about a condition that’s estimated to affect 850,000 people nationally?

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