AT WHITE ROSE CAREWe offer high standards of professional residential care, end of life and palliative care for people with complex needs, learning difficulties and dementia. Our homes are located in the heart of the community with a good range of local facilities nearby.
WHO WE ARE
White Rose Care is a family run business, established in 1989.
Proprietors, Julie White & Gary White, have over twenty five years of experience in the care field and are responsible for the overall management of the homes.
We currently have 3 residential homes at various locations in South East Kent - Maylands (Whitstable), Newlands (Westbere, nr Canterbury), and Roselands (Beltinge, nr Herne Bay).
Our staffing levels, which are recommended by CSCI (Commission for Social Care Inspection), ensure that service users are cared for safely and have access to staff twenty four hours a day.
At each of our homes, there are 6 staff on duty throughout the day, whilst the night time period is covered by a number of both waking staff and sleeping staff with senior staff on call at all times.
All our operational staff have achieved, or are working towards
NVQ Level 3, and our management staff are currently working towards NVQ Level 4.
Qualifications and experience of course vary. All new staff are trained, as soon as possible, to offer care for any special needs (i.e. epilepsy, diabetes) that our residents have.
To provide care and support in a homely environment.
To offer a 'Home for Life'.
To provide care, comfort and support to our residents and their families.
To treat all our residents with respect and dignity.
To provide an environment that is both safe and stimulating
for adults with learning disabilities, complex needs and dementia.
END OF LIFE &
All three homes provide exceptional end of life and palliative care. We are here to support families through this difficult time. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding care until the very last moments, in comfortable and familiar, homely surroundings...
At White Rose Care, our staff are highly experienced with the many different stages of dementia for people with learning disabilities and complex needs. Our greatest asset is our experience in the care we provide for our residents and support for their families...
It’s important to us that each of our residents feel comfortable, relaxed and independent throughout their stay with us. We encourage the involvement of family and friends to helps us to understand each person and assist in planning the appropriate care for each individual...