Mount Pleasant Care Home, Staffordshire
Mount Pleasant Care Home at a glance
Welcome to Mount Pleasant Care Home
Mount Pleasant Care Home in Burton-upon-Trent enjoys beautiful views over the local countryside and is close to the town centre. There’s a broad and stimulating range of activities including weekly trips to local attractions and the surrounding areas. We are proud to be the only care home to have our own accredited City and Guilds Dementia training covering the importance of providing meaningful activities, a stimulating environment, good food and nutrition as well as the clinical side of care.
Daily life at Mount Pleasant Care Home
Keeping Things Personal
The wonderful surroundings at Mount Pleasant Care Home are matched by the standard of care our team brings residents. We love learning as much as we can about the people we care for, so your loved one’s time is tailored to their individual needs, interests and preferences. This can be as small as knowing when they like to wake up, to how they like their tea, and everything in between.
We give as much independence as possible, letting individuals choose how to run the home and if they prefer dinner in front of the TV, or even dusting their own room, we’ll make it happen. Just as putting their own stamp on their bedroom, we’ll help them to personalise it with the things they love.
Lovely clean care home. Good food and nothing seems too much trouble for any member of staff who show kindness and listen;, they always have time to give you and your loved one.
Always a warm welcome from the staff and very helpful too. Overall, I am happy with the care my mum receives, mum is treated with kindness and her dignity is respected, the carers do a great job.
The manager and all staff are very kind, caring and understanding to both residents and their families. The staff work hard as a team to keep all the residents well cared for and happy.
Enjoy peace of mind with our all-inclusive care fees so you don’t have to worry about your household bills.
You’ll have as much support as you need, whenever you need it, delicious meals and a wide range of daily activities.
We consistently apply infection control procedures and services that meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers.
News and stories from Mount PleasantOur team and residents are always busy with events and activities, see what they’ve been up to lately.
Mount Pleasant rated the most marvellous place
21st October 2022
National Care Awards select newcomer Cyndi as a finalist
20th October 2022
Map and DirectionsSee what’s nearby, how to get there and estimated driving time.Local Area
- Brewery Museum
- Local cafes and shops
- The nearest railway station is Burton-on-Trent Station.
- The nearest bus stop is Bladon Street, less than a five-minute walk away
- If would like us to arrange transport to view our home, please let us know.
Our car park is for residents and visitors. If you would like us to reserve a space for you please let us know.
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Our TeamOur team includes nurses and carers experienced in all types of care.
- Nikki Kelly Home Manager
I qualified as a nurse in 2000 and after 13 years working in a hospital setting moved to work as Home Manager for Caring Homes. I believe that the people we have the privilege to care for should be looked after as if they were our own relative and they should be offered every opportunity to live happy and fulfilling lives at Mount Pleasant.
Meet the ManagerFind out more about our Home Manager, Nikki Kelly
Nikki is our Home Manager at Mount Pleasant Care Home, here's a little bit more about the home in her own words:
"I lead my professional Care Team in delivering the highest level of care and support for our residents and have a wealth of nursing experience.
My experience and commitment have equipped me well for my role at Mount Pleasant and I work had to ensure that those in my care lead happy and fulfilling lives, whilst maintaining choice over the care and support they receive. I believe in maintaining strong relationships with residents and their relatives, and understand the important contribution that these relationships make to the successful running of a care home. I love nothing more than spending time with our residents and getting to know them better.
I feel that the Caring Homes philosophy matches up well with my own beliefs on care provision, and I am committed to ensuring that all our residents continue to receive the high levels of care and protection they deserve."
Award-winning Dementia TrainingFind out more about why we’re proud to be the only care home group to have our own unique award-winning dementia training.A person living with dementia may need more care and support as their condition progresses. Care can be provided in both residential and nursing settings on a permanent or respite basis.Our dementia care
PricingSee a breakdown of our pricesCost guide
These indicative fees are subject to a pre-admission needs assessment which is required to fully understand the level of care and support required. Nursing fees include Local Authority nursing contributions (Funded Nursing Contribution) if applicable.
Fee rates are also determined by the size and aspect of the room and the duration of the stay (short stay/respite or permanent). Fees are payable monthly in advance.Permanent Care
- ResidentialFrom £895
- Residential DementiaFrom £945
- ResidentialFrom £945
- Residential DementiaFrom £99
What is available at an additional cost?
- All care, nursing (if applicable) and support including a monthly review of care plans
- A dedicated key worker from the care team
- All meals, snacks and drinks
- Activities and lifestyle programme
- All utilities and other accommodation costs
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- Chiropody, beauty treatment or other healthcare not covered by the NHS
- Toiletries, newspapers or magazines
- Staff escorts
- Telephone calls
- Pay TV
Finding the perfect home
Arrange a viewing to see exactly what your life in the home will be like.
A needs assessment will ensure that you have the required care and support 24/7.
Enjoy a relaxing and fulfilling lifestyle, safe in the knowledge that you'll always be cared for.
Contact Mount Pleasant
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9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
You should be able to visit a home at any time – we advise visiting more than once and at different times, so that you can get a clearer understanding of what it is like throughout the day. If you wish to meet the Home Manager during your visit, you might want to consider booking in advance to help ensure they are available when you attend. You can book a viewing using the form above or by calling the home.
Our Head Chef and the team have many years of cooking experience. They craft their nutritionally balanced menus using seasonal produce, and are guided by the feedback provided to them from our residents during their monthly hospitality meetings and individual care plans.
All members of our care teams are given the training and support needed to help them provide the highest standards of care.
Caring Homes has been providing care for over 25 years. Every team member receives our unique ‘Living in my World’ dementia training which is accredited by City and Guilds.
It highlights the importance of meaningful activities and a stimulating environment for people living with dementia, as well as addressing clinical aspects of care.
The ‘Food in my World’ training, also accredited by City and Guilds provides the hospitality team and chefs with the skills and knowledge to stimulate senses and increase creativity in the cooking and presentation of food. This can provide a much-improved dining experience for residents living with dementia and or dysphagia.
The length of time people spend in a care home varies according to their needs and preferences. Our homes offer permanent care to suit your needs or perhaps a respite stay might be required during a period of convalescence after being in hospital. Day Care is also available at many homes to ensure care can continue when a regular carer is unavailable.
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