Trusted to care in Chester, Cheshire
Deewater Grange is a purpose-built care home in Chester, Cheshire. Our dedicated team provides an extensive range of quality services, including residential care, specialist dementia care and nursing care, plus short term respite care, in hotel-style surroundings. We also offer compassionate end of life care, allowing you to focus on what’s important.
We enable residents to continue enjoying a great lifestyle, the only difference is that expert care is on hand 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Each of the 58 bedrooms at Deewater Grange is beautifully decorated and furnished and has its own en-suite wet room, flat-screen television, electronically adjustable bed and 24-hour nurse call system. Outside there are beautiful gardens and patio areas, all accessible for wheelchair users. If your loved one has green fingers, they’ll be welcome to help keep everything looking great.
We are pleased to have been listed as one of the best care homes in the North West in the Top 20 carehome.co.uk Awards 2021.
We believe in supporting residents to live fulfilling lives and supporting residents to continue doing the things they enjoy, that's why the daily activities at Deewater Grange are as individual as the people we care for. We forge strong links with the local community, so you can expect regular visits from entertainers, schoolchildren, therapy animals and much more.
All the care we provide at Deewater Grange is person-centred. That means that your loved one is at the centre of all aspects of their care, they make decisions and plan how they want their care, and their everyday life.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 Deewater Grange will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
One of the best aspects of this job is meeting new residents and getting to know them and seeing them settle and enjoy life. We’re dedicated to finding out about the little details of people’s lives, and their preferences, so that we can include things they’ll enjoy and that will make them smile. That’s the secret to creating a true ‘home from home’.Sally CooperHome Manager
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Carehome.co.uk Top 20 Care Home award
National Care Awards Winner 2021 - Care Home of the Year
Care Home Awards Winner 2021 - Best Larger Care Home Group
National Association of Care Catering Awards Winner 2021 - Catering Team of the Year
National Apprenticeship Awards Finalist 2021
Social Care Top Leaders Awards Finalist 2021
UK Employee Experience Awards 2021 Bronze Winner - Employee Training and Development, Empowering ProgrammeRead More
Health Investor Awards Finalist 2021 - Residential Care Provider of the Year AND Property Developer of the YearRead More
LaingBuisson Awards Finalist 2020
Best Employer Support for Your Registered Manager 2020 AND Most Effective Approach to Leadership and Management 2020Read More
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