Welcome to Sefton Hall
Our Dawlish care home, Sefton Hall is a stunning Georgian building which is accessed via an impressive driveway and stands within our delightful gardens. The home is also conveniently situated near the town centre and the seafront.
The home provides a high standard of general nursing, residential and specialist dementia care.
- Bar/Cafe on premises
- Close to Local shops
- Gardens for residents
- Minibus or other transport
- Near Public Transport
- Own Furniture if required
- Pets by arrangement
- Phone Point in own room/mobile
- Residents Kitchenette
- Television point in own room
- Wheelchair access
Fit for a King or Queen
The home has a gracious atmosphere- with high ceilings and large sash windows. Most of the bedrooms are light and airy and overlook the extensive grounds.
Sefton Hall has three spacious lounges and a large dining room. There is also a suite of dedicated rooms for our Cedar Dementia community.
We are very pleased to have been awarded the Gold Level in our recent revalidation of the Eden Alternative.
This was achieved through interviews with a selection of team members, residents and relatives, surveys, audits and photo-based evidence.
In their summary, the validators said: “It was a pleasure to revalidate Sefton Hall. Eden has clearly been integrated into the fabric of care and is very much embraced by the registered manager and the staff team. The photographs and evidence of work products and care plans all show that the Eden philosophy of wellbeing is evident in both written documents and the actual care provided. The garden ‘Dementia Village’ theme was particularly enchanting, and this had come from an Eden project following training. Overall, relatives rated the extent to which Sefton Hall relieved boredom, loneliness, and helplessness as between seven out of ten and ten out of ten.
However, it was acknowledged that this was harder during the pandemic and was also often related to the level of understanding and extent to which Dementia impacted on a person’s well-being and wasn’t necessarily a direct reflection of the efforts of the staff team. The manager clearly understands and demonstrates the Eden philosophy and is striving to embed this throughout everything that she and the team do. There was a clear rationale given by staff and the registered manager regarding relationship-centred care within the home, and positive relationships had clearly been built with relatives as well as the residents. There was also a clear sense of Sefton Hall having plans for the implementation of new Eden projects. “
Find out more about the Eden Alternative.
Gabriela (Mimi) Ogreanu
SEFTON HALL NURSING HOME
“I am so proud of my team at Sefton Hall. They are completely dedicated to their work and take caring to another level. I like to think that together, we have created a home from home, a happy place where people can enjoy life and any challenge can be easily overcome.”
The highest quality
The latest Care Quality Commission report rates Sefton Hall as Outstanding. The home has won many awards over the years.
The home also holds a certificate of registration from the Eden Alternative UK, which recognizes that the team embrace the pioneering philosophy which aims to combat the challenges of loneliness, helplessness and boredom in later life.