Trusted to care in Seaham
Our care home in the village of Murton, near Seaham, offers personalised residential, and respite care for up to 42 older people, including those with dementia. We also offer supportive and sensitive end of life care.
Residents are at the heart of everything we do, and we treat each person as an individual. When your loved one joins us, we will find out everything we can about their life so that we can personalise every aspect of their time with us to their precise needs, interests and wishes.
Each of the bedrooms at Church View is airy, bright and comfortable and has en-suite facilities, stylish furniture, a 24-hour nurse call system and telephone and TV sockets. We encourage every resident to personalise their room with small pieces of their own furniture and other treasured possessions to make them feel more at home.
We think of different ways to support your loved one to stay engaged and independent. Some residents feel a sense of purpose from helping us with our 'daily to do list' which involves setting tables for lunch or dinner, folding laundry, wiping down tables or tidying the lounge. Your loved one is free to do as much or as little as they wish.
Our County Durham home provides a range of quality care for older people, including for people who are living with dementia. Our friendly team is always on hand to answer any questions you may have.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at Church View will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
We have a lovely home here, and I like nothing more than to get out and about around Church View, seeing residents and spending time with them. We also have a good team, and I’m proud that we continue to have a ‘good’ rating from the CQC. I believe in constantly improving what we do for the benefit of residents and their families, and I’m looking forward to enhancing the home even further, going from good to great.Michelle DaglishHome Manager
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