Miranda House care home
Retirement Home in Royal Wootton Bassett
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0808 166 9033
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01793 854 458
0808 168 1300
Miranda House is a modern purpose-built home providing specialist nursing and dementia care support for up to 65 elderly residents in the heart of the historic Wiltshire town of Royal Wootton Bassett.
The Miranda House care home in Wiltshire delivers specialist care of the highest standard both inside and outside. The secure gardens provide a tranquil haven and there is a dedicated activities centre where residents are able to participate in a wide range of pursuits.
Miranda House has been designed to meet the University of Stirling’s standards for dementia care, which are widely acknowledged as providing the best living environment for people living with dementia. Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre is renowned as the world leader in this field. The Stirling approach ensures that residents are able to move freely around the home, with bedrooms and communal areas appropriately laid out and clearly signposted to minimise confusion or disorientation. Each bedroom features a memory box by its front door, where mementos from a resident’s life help to personalise their room and also remind staff and visitors of the individual’s life story.
Miranda House is ideally equipped to provide residential support for elderly people living with different types of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia and Korsacoff’s syndrome. However, staff never lose sight of the fact that, first and foremost, Miranda House is home to our residents. The home has a light, airy and welcoming ambience and residents benefit from a broad and stimulating range of activities.
The home offers a full range of residential, nursing and dementia care support, including trial stays, respite breaks and convalescent care as well as long term care. Residents are encouraged to bring important personal possessions to personalise their rooms. Miranda House operates an open visiting policy, where residents and loved ones may visit at convenient times. In common with all of our homes, Miranda House’s manager has a qualified nursing background. The home is fully registered with the Care Quality Commission and has ISO9001/2000 and Hospitality Assured accreditation.
- Specialist dementia care
- Located in the heart of historic Wootton Bassett
- Designed to meet Stirling Dementia Care standards
- Spacious, light and airy accommodation
- Friendly and dedicated staff team
- Excellent activities programme
Miranda House is a modern purpose-built care and retirement home providing specialist nursing and dementia care in the historic Wiltshire town of Royal Wootton Bassett.
The home offers a full range of residential, nursing and dementia care support, including trial stays, respite breaks and convalescent care as well as long term care.
All of our Care Homes in Wiltshire have a dedicated activity co-ordinator who works alongside the clinical team to develop an activity programme to suit the resident's individual needs and requirements.
For further information about activities please visit our “living with us” section.
- Residential Dementia
- Nursing Dementia
- Bipolar/Manic Depression
- Challenging Behaviour/Psychosis
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"15 years ago my father needed care. A vacancy was found at Miranda House. For over three years he was cared for in a loving and professional way. After his death I have visited once a week to help feed at lunch time. I really believe that all the staff have special care for those in need." - John Oliver
"My husband has been at the home for nearly two years and he is doing well. He is cared for by a good team of people. It gives me peace of mind knowing he is safe and cared for. I visit at different times and the care is always there no matter what else is going on. The food is good quality and there is always plenty of it. Also outside of meal times if the residents want something to eat." - Carole Staines
"I visit my husband 3-4 times a week no set time of day. I've always been happy with his care and treatment by staff. I've seen very upset residents showing love and kindness on many occasions and feel I'd be unable to cope with all that they have to. On my husband?s recent birthday the room was decorated with banners and balloons, cards from the staff and birthday cake! I cannot comment on activities as my husband cannot participate but his needs are catered for eg classical music on the radio... carehomes.co.uk" - M J
"Lot of bad press at the moment, but very happy with this home. Feel it's important to make sure that good care is celebrated." - Jenny J