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Spinneyfields Specialist Care Centre

Bates Way, Rushden, Northamptonshire, NN10 9YP | Phone: 01933 352840
Manager: Robert Hollins

Spinneyfields Specialist Centre, Rushden, offers a range of short stay, intermediate and respite care services for older people to enable them to return to their own home; await a move to live at a more appropriate community setting or to provide a break for carers.

Physiotherapy and occupational therapy support are provided for older people requiring rehabilitation and there is a spa pool, fitness suite and occupational therapy kitchen within the Centre accessed from a spectacular central top lit arcade. Spinneyfields has 51 single bedrooms in total, consisting of 37 single rooms with en-suite facilities including walk-in shower, and 14 apartments with en-suite facilities, separate lounge/ diner and well equipped kitchenette facilities.

The Centre is operated in partnership with Northamptonshire County Council

There is a small shop and hairdressing salon two communal dining areas, and a number of lounges. There are landscaped enclosed gardens surrounding the Centre.

Care / Service Types

Care Types


  • Residential
  • Rehabilitation
  • Respite (short stay)
  • Physical disability
  • Day care
  • Nursing
  • Dementia

Service Types


  • Older People

Activities

Our activity schedules aim to both mentally and physically stimulate participants, they place emphasis on therapeutic enjoyment and provide opportunities to be social. Activities such as crosswords and puzzles improve concentration, short / long term memory and reasoning skills whilst crafts and other gentle activities can improve mobility, release tension and help relaxation. We offer emotional support through activity choices and also acknowledge successes and achievements.

We like to celebrate birthdays, special anniversaries, regional / national events, religious observances, cultural activities and encourage trips away from the care homes such as meals out, shows or theatre and shopping trips.

Menu

Our chef prepares all meals on site using fresh, locally sourced produce and can cater for health dietary requirements such as diabetes and also for other cuisine needs. The menu rotates on a monthly basis and features a variety of cuisine options. The table below reflects a typical week of evening meal options at a Shaw care home.

There are communal dining areas which are light and airy where you can socialise or have the option of eating in your room.


Week 1