Culrose is situated on the Norfolk/ Suffolk boarder and is easily accessible just ½ mile off A140. Culrose House looks out over Dickleburgh moor which is a nature reserve and has created a wildlife haven.
The home can currently accommodate twenty residents in single rooms some of which are en-suite. All of our rooms come fully furnished to a high standard, however we do encourage our residents to personalise their rooms with their own items and tastes to make them as homely as possible.
All rooms come with their own call points and TV points.
Culrose house offers a very homely feel from the moment you walk through the door. A communal lounge where residents can relax and enjoy time together, a dining room where meals can be enjoyed.
We have grounds to the rear of the property and a court yard garden where the residents can relax.
- Residential care
- Short stay, Day Care and Respite Care.
We offer a high standard of care for our residents. Each resident has a personalised care plan for them, giving them choices, privacy and independence. Each care plan is individual tailored to understand the individual needs of each resident. We like to talk to our residents finding out about them, their likes and dislikes in food, day to day living, personal routines, medication health, favourite activities, sleep patterns, hobbies and clubs all with a high level of individual dignity and respect.
Culrose offers a wide range of activities for residents:
- Singing, music, movement classes
- Bingo and craft classes
- A particular favourite are the cookery classes, where residents use their own recipes in the kitchen.
- Day trips are organised for residents who want to go shopping or just to a favourite place.
- Hair dresser, manicures and nails
- Growing plants and gardening
- Card games and quizzes
- Animal petting zoo visits
- Religious services
- Friendly faces who listen and talk to residents about tales of youth and life, and help residents by putting together a life history book.
We have a very good varied menu, food is cooked and prepared fresh on the premises daily by our cook. We catered for all diets and offer nutritious well balanced meals.
We produce a regular newsletter for our residents and their family on events taking place at Culrose. We hold coffee morning every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month for residents, non residents and their families. We operate an open door policy and actively encourage feedback from residents and their families at any time so we can continually improve the service we offer.
Our care fee is charged one month in advance and covers 24 hour care at the home but not additional expenses such as the hair dresser and chiropodist.
Dickleburgh local information
Dickleburgh is a small village in South Norfolk, it has regular bus service to Diss and Norwich. Dickleburgh boasts an active local community with a Primary School, Village society, The Luncheon Club, Sports Social Club and Bowls Club, Dickleburgh has local amenities including village shop and Fish & Chip shop and the Dickleburgh Crown all within approximately ¼ mile from Culrose.
Dickleburgh was the birthplace of the English painter: George Cattermole lived from 1800 to 1868. George mainly painted in watercolours and was a good friend of Charles Dickens. To obtain further information please visit below link to Wikipedia George Cattermole.