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Mrs Jemina Donkor
Telephone 0800 0854214
Welcome to Oakleigh, Godstone
Anchor's Oakleigh in Godstone is a trusted provider of residential care for elderly people, and we offer specialised services for elderly people who have dementia.
Our care home’s well trained and helpful staff provide 24-hour care and support to help you maintain your chosen lifestyle, adapting as your needs change.
At Oakleigh activities play an important role and we aim to enhance our residents’ quality of life by providing a varied range of social activities.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our catering with our chef preparing meals daily from fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Set in a quiet village location in its own beautiful grounds, Oakleigh care home is close to local services and amenities, such as nearby shops and picturesque Godstone green and pond.
Come and visit us at any time. We’re here to help and look forward to giving you a warm welcome.
Oakleigh is a unique, purpose-built residence which was designed to provide social care. Set in a quiet location and in its own grounds, Oakleigh has 50 single en-suite rooms with lovely views of the gardens.
Our home is fully furnished and decorated to a high standard with a call system which ensures that help is at hand 24 hours a day.
We also have:
- Telephone points in each room for you to have a direct line
- A television point and connections for satellite and digital TV
- Tea-making facilities are available in the kitchenettes to make drinks for you and your visitors
- Call bells in each room providing 24-hour assistance
Other accommodation facilities include:
- Cosy lounges with TVs and quiet areas for reading and relaxing
- Bathrooms specially equipped so you can relax in comfort
- Safe, enclosed gardens
- Lift to upper floors
We encourage you to bring small personal items to enhance your room.
At Oakleigh care home, we provide quality 24-hour residential care and specialist care for residents with dementia.
We support and develop our staff on an ongoing basis to enable them to provide the highest quality care for our residents.
At our home we have:
- A ‘pets are welcome’ policy by arrangement with the Manager
- A shop for small items
- A hairdressing salon
- A lift to upper floors
- A personal laundry facility and laundry service
- A pay telephone
- Regular religious services and meetings should you wish to take part
- Newspapers which can be ordered and delivered daily to your room
- Wheelchair access and car parking
- Redhill town centre, where there is a theatre, is 7 miles away and can be reached by public transport
- The nearest hospital is Caterham Dene
- Caterham Railway Station is 4 miles away
- Oxted town centre is 4 miles away, and has a leisure centre with a swimming pool
- There are 3 golf courses locally and several supermarkets
We know how important mealtimes are to our residents, so we always try to make this a sociable and enjoyable experience, whilst recognising individual choice.
Oakleigh's Food Promise ensures all our menus offer freshly cooked, appetising and nutritionally balanced meals including:
- Cooked breakfast every day
- Wholesome homemade soup everyday
- Freshly baked biscuits and cakes everyday
- Traditional Sunday Roast
- Fish and Chips weekly
- A variety of snacks available all day
Our Chefs understand the nutritional needs of older people and ensure that our meals are prepared using fresh, seasonal ingredients.
We serve tasty, wholesome dishes and involve residents in selecting our menus at a local level. We offer daily choice of meals and cater for special dietary needs and preferences, helping keep our residents healthy and well nourished.
At Oakleigh our caring and attentive staff work with our residents and their loved ones to create a detailed care plan which ensures our residents individual health and care needs are met.
We know how important it is to care for our residents with the dignity and respect they deserve and this is at the heart of what we do at Oakleigh care home.
Our commitment to advanced dementia training for our staff has helped the Department of Health pass its goal of 3,000 Dignity Champions nationwide.
Our health and social care partners include:
- GPs who are available on request
- 2 hairdressers visit every week
- A chiropodist visits on request
- A dentist and optician who visit the home and local services are also available
- District nurses visit daily and physiotherapists visit by arrangement
- Holistic therapist – visits can be arranged
Anchor endeavour to be completely transparent about all our charges and fees. For further information please contact us.
How much does it cost?
Call us to discuss your specific care needs today
What is included in care home fees?
For many people, moving to a care home is a big decision and it can be difficult to know where to start. Care home fees are based on a range of factors, including specific care needs, which can change over time. Nevertheless, we all want the best we can afford – whether for ourselves or a loved one.
Living in an Anchor care home you can be confident that a single fee covers the cost of your personally tailored 24 hour care and support, all utility bills and meals as well as a fantastic range of daily activities.
At Anchor we pride ourselves on offering a truly tailored approach to care and therefore need to fully understand your needs to provide you with an accurate fee estimate. Please call us to discuss your specific care needs today. Alternatively we welcome you to visit us to discuss your situation face-to-face.
Want more information on care home fees?
Learning about the different funding options available to you can also help you feel confident in your decisions. Anchor know that securing care home funding can sometimes appear a rather daunting task and so to help we have put together a free guide covering requesting assistance, top up fees and third-party payments.Care home fees
Our care home has a dedicated Activities Co-ordinator who organises and arranges a variety of opportunities for our residents to enjoy daily activities in our home and in the local community. We work in partnership with the National Association for Providers of Activities for Older People (NAPA) and encourage activities that enhance our residents’ lifestyle, health and wellbeing. Residents preferred activities, interests and ability are discussed when they move in and an agreed plan ensures that these requests are fulfilled. Our residents’ suggestions for activities also help shape the planning process. We organise supervised day trips to leisure facilities and places of interest as well as social events in the home, including themed restaurant evenings, arts and crafts, quizzes and regular entertainers.
Very happy with every aspect of my three week stay. Review relates to October 2015. How likely would you be to recommend Oak … Read more
Standards at Oakleigh have generally been good in the time mum has been there (about 2 years) but over recent months I have been aware of the push for … Read more
Four years ago I made a positive choice in selecting a ‘not for profit’ setting for my mother. Her time at Oakleigh has been characterised by … Read more
All the staff here at Oakleigh are very friendly, you wont find a home that will beat it!! Review relates to August 2015. Ho … Read more
I highly recommend Oakleigh, I like it here that much, I can't find anything to complain about! And I can't think of anything to improve Oak … Read more
I love it here at Oakleigh. I feel very supported in all I do. The food is good here which is always a bonus! Review relates to August 2 … Read more
I recommend Oakleigh, it's food is great and staff are friendly. My needs are met on a daily basis. Review relates to August 2015. … Read more
Mum aged 92 arrived in January 2015. After a fall she can longer walk and was very frightened, she is also very deaf. We choose this care home after v … Read more
My father has been a permanent resident at Oakleigh for nearly six weeks now. This transition was very hard for him and all the family and it was not … Read more