Wheatlands Care Home in Shropshire
Wheatlands is a lovely country house, built in 1979 as a Barnardos home, and is set in tranquil landscaped gardens overlooking the Shropshire countryside.
Close to the local amenities of Much Wenlock where the ancient Olympics originated, Wheatlands is a 46-bedded care home, offering support for individuals living dementia. who are supported in a perfect environment to live the best life possible.
It is a home from home with lovely gardens and a dedicated team of staff who pride themselves on helping residents to retain their independence with dignity and choice. Our personal approach to care is based on plans agreed with residents and their family and friends to ensure likes, dislikes and interests are always recognised. Our activities team provide a focus for the day and every day includes a choice of things to be involved with if you wish, from baking and crafts to school visits and day trips. The home is a hub of the local community and our friends and neighbours are very welcome in the home to share their expertise and interests.
Our Memory Lane community is a stimulating, yet safe place offering the best quality dementia care in a personalised way and has been accredited with a Barchester dementia care, industry recognised standard with staff trained by experts to deliver the best care available.
Read our brochure ‘Life in our home. Providing care through coronavirus’ for more information on how we’re here to help you and your loved one.
Types of care
Wheatlands provides person-centred residential care for the elderly frail and those living with dementia in our Memory Lane community. We provide 24 hour residential care and personal care & support to those who require assistance to meet their care, health and social needs. We aim to continually refresh our services to meet residents' needs and focus on improving and developing the quality of care, hospitality and choice we offer. Staff respect the people we support and aim to make their life meaningful and enjoyable.Read more
Respite / Short stay
Click here to read our latest brochure 'Enriching the lives of people living with dementia' for more information on our support for your loved one.
Click here to read our latest brochure 'A-Z Directory of Demential Care' for a useful toolkit for providing good dementia care.
- Wi-fi available
- En-suite rooms
- Step-free access
- Access to kitchen facilities
- Activity classes
- Activity room
- Disabled bathroom
- Disabled WC/facilities
- Disabled parking
- Disability awareness/equality training
- Double rooms
- Electric profiling bed
- En-suite toilet
- En-suite toilet plus bath/shower
The dedicated and experienced team are passionate about providing quality care to each individual living at the home.
Hi, my name is Claire and I am the General Manager here at Wheatlands. I hope that you find what you are looking for on our website.
I have been working in the care sector for over ten years and have progressed through various roles before taking up the position of General Manager here at Wheatlands.
I am passionate about delivering high quality care and love my job entirely. I promote the Wheatlands philosophy: that we all work in the residents' home – and this is respected at all times. Person-centred care is my priority and identifying each resident as an individual and knowing their likes and dislikes is paramount to delivering the best possible care.
I have recently been studying for my NVQ Level 5 in Leadership and Management, and live locally in Bridgnorth. Outside of work, I spend time with my husband and two children. Life is busy and our motto is: 'live each day to the full'.Get in touch Meet my team
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Life at Wheatlands Care Home
Ensuring that we deliver high quality care to those we support isn’t our only priority here – we also want to offer excitement and, most importantly, to ensure that everyone feels at home. That is why we employ trained staff who are committed to delivering a stimulating activities programme and nutritious cuisine, which are supplemented by services and facilities that are designed to make life here as pleasant as possible.