Our bedrooms and facilities provided for our residents
Carlton House has 39 bedrooms, all single rooms, some of which have en-suite facilities.
There are 10 single rooms on the ground floor 2 of which have an en suite. There are 18 on the first floor the majority of which have en-suite with further development planned. 11 single rooms with en suite are available on the second floor.
There is a passenger lift to all floors.
There are three lounges and a separate dining room all of which have gas central heating. Residents are encouraged to use these rooms although for those who choose to stay in their own rooms they may do so.
Age range of residents we provide a service for at Carlton House:
We provide a service for up to 39 individuals. We cater for residence from as young as 65 and we have no upper limit on age.
The range of residents needs that Carlton House provide for:
We can provide care for individuals whose primary needs on admission are dementia, a mental disorder; (excluding learning disability) and old age not falling within any other category.
Carlton House does not provide nursing care. However, in the event of one of our residents requiring nursing care external support will be arranged through the Community Nursing Team.
The fire precautions and emergency procedures in the Home.
The Home has a fully state of the art addressable fire alarm system installed with sprinklers in all areas including bedrooms with fire exit notices and fire emergency instruction notices displayed at strategic points throughout the Home as advised by the local Fire Department. The home is also fitted with an emergency evacuation lift which will continue to operate even in an emergency. Staff are instructed during induction and thereafter at 3-6 monthly intervals as to the fire procedures in the Home.
This includes: Use of fire appliances /Evacuation/Muster points/Raising the alarms. A fire exercise is carried out weekly on the day shift and a full fire drill is conducted yearly which involves evacuation of the Home. Night staff attend regular training. Residents are informed of the fire procedures during admission. Details are also in their Service User Guide.
A risk assessment has been undertaken with each resident as to their needs in the event of a fire in the Home. This is reviewed monthly or as required.
A qualified fire extinguisher maintenance engineer will check all fire fighting equipment annually (or sooner as required).
Carlton House endeavours to ensure all furniture, fixtures and fittings must be made of fire resistant or fire retardant fabrics and materials.