There are two admission ways into the Connaught and Jubilee Care Home for respite and long term residential care which is either as a Private Resident or being assessed as appropriately requiring care and support by Social Services via a social worker assessment.
What does Social
Worker Assessment mean?
Having been a resident in the
Bailiwick for a minimum of 5 years (up until present day) and having
contributed to the social security system during the whole of that period, individuals
with health and social care needs are entitled to an assessment by a social
worker from social services. The HSC Social Worker comes approximately three
times a month from Guernsey to assess the care needs of the older population;
this is called a needs assessment. The individual has to have recognised health
or social care needs and unable to independently care for themselves without
assistance or support. If the care and support criteria are met, dependent on
need, the individual being assessed may be offered social security benefit to
either fully pay for respite care, or pay towards long term care.
The Connaught has 27 en-suite bedrooms available for long-term residents although two of these are usually earmarked for short-term respite care.
We protect the outgoings of our residents by ensuring that care costs are structured to minimise additional personal expenditure. The fees paid by residents cover 24 hours care, accommodation, utilities, meals, laundry, social support, The Alderney Ambulance subscription, transport and escort for medical appointments, security and safety.
Long term/permanent clients enjoy 24 hour care delivered by skilled, trained staff tailored to the needs of each individual. We provide a minimum of three meals per day with all specialist dietary needs catered for. Visiting chiropodist, hairdressers and activities coordinators come to the care home regularly to meet the needs of residents and all medical and dental appointments are arranged by our staff.
A range of activities are offered including chair yoga, singing, puzzles and games, arts and crafts and gardening activities. We have a range of visiting entertainers, volunteers offering one-to-one befriending and visiting faith based support including a weekly multi-faith based service, monthly communion and a weekly know your bible. We also organise regular outings so that the residents can enjoy the island environment including term-time visits to the Islands play group. These activities are organised by our activity coordinator and supported by our volunteers.
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