02 Apr Gladstone House opened by Lord Mayor Lillian Dodd
Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent, Lillian Dodd, cut the ribbon at our open day at Gladstone House declaring the service open.
On 26th March, we invited local commissioners and referrers to an afternoon tea for a chance to view the new, fully refurbished service designed for specialist dementia care.
Gladstone House provides complex care packages for residents over the age of 65 with progressive neurological conditions and Dementias across 3 units providing assessment, respite or longer term care. All 3 units have undergone extensive refurbishment and all ensuite rooms have their own personalised front door complete with a memory box with the resident’s curios and photographs on the outside. The corridors incorporate replicas of local community facilities including the village hall, Webberley’s book shop and Tiko bakery and café, designed to stimulate memories and enhance the quality of life for our elderly residents. Residents will also be able to visit the onsite public house, cinema, music room, craft room, sensory room, hairdresser and general store!
If you would like to visit Gladstone House, please contact Caroline Carnell.