Newstone House is in the ancient market town of Sturminster Newton, distinctively modern so it can offer cheering light in airy rooms and superb facilities, but remaining very much part of the traditional local community. It’s a large home, split into six distinct house groups, with a dedicated facility on the first floor for people living with dementia, incorporating special features to prompt memory and a sense of being at home. There’s even a potting shed with a secure roof terrace. Many bedrooms overlook the gardens and surrounding countryside, and visitors are always made welcome.
This summer we produced a short film about Colten Care's approach to Dementia Care, including experiences kindly shared by relatives. We hope this might help you to understand how our staff and home facilities might be of help to you and your loved ones. To view the 7 minute film click here
Last year Colten Care raised a fantastic £32,448 for various charities and Newstone House contributed £1507.60. This year our home will be supporting Dementia UK.
Newstone House has achieved Beacon Status
within the Gold Standards Framework
for Palliative Care. To find out more about this accreditation CLICK HERE
Colten Care’s dedicated Admiral Nurse. Admiral Nurses are specialist dementia care nurses who give expert practical, clinical and emotional support to families facing the challenges of dementia.
The Resident Welcome Pack has been prepared to help you, or your loved one settle in quickly and comfortably. It provides information about our Company, the Home and other useful information. A copy will be available in your room upon arrival.