Our Home

Newstone House is located in the beautiful market town of Sturminster Newton. Contemporary and luxurious, it manages to combine the brightness and efficiency of a modern building and state-of-the-art facilities, with the friendliness and openness of the traditional local community within which it resides. It’s a large home, split into six distinct house groups, with a dedicated facility on the first floor for people living with dementia.

The home is part of Colten Care, an independent and family-run company determined to set the highest standards in all aspects of care for the elderly. With our simple, all-inclusive pricing structure, there are no hidden extras or non-refundable deposits.

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Independent Reviews

Our residents and their families have reviewed us independently on carehome.co.uk:

9.9

Read our reviews on carehome.co.uk

Review score from 61 reviews.

You can also read our resident letters and testimonials

Latest News

  • Farewell to Sandra
    17 August 2018

    On Friday the 10th of August we said a very sad goodbye to Sandra Percival our upstairs dining room supervisor

  • National Trust Park 'Stourhead'
    10 August 2018

    Our latest wish trip adventure took Philip and Zoe to a National Trust Park- Stourhead

Latest Events

Our Gallery

We do our very best to make life as easy and comfortable as possible for our residents. Newstone House benefits from elegant interior design, thought through to offer a stimulating, practical and relaxing environment.

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Our Garden

We pride ourselves on our beautiful and stimulating gardens. We recognise that many of our residents had such gardens themselves, and that gardening may have been a special pastime for them. We like to think that we can offer residents the opportunity to continue that pastime in whatever way they feel appropriate.

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Useful Links & Downloads

Admiral Nurse

Kay Gibson is 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.

Click here to visit Colten Care's Admiral Nurse webpage

Publications

Elaine Farrer, our Operations Director, has written an article for Nursing Times exploring how to live well with dementia:

Dementia shouldn't be a barrier to living well
Can living well with dementia actually be achieved? I know it can, but only if you allow the person to actually live with dementia.

To read the full article, click here for the PDF version, or if you are a member of Nursing Times, click here to access the Nursing Times website. 

Music and Arts

Fiona Pritchard is our new Music and Arts Partner, a role we introduced in February 2018 to help support our homes with their music and arts activities.

Click here to visit Fiona's page and find out more.

Colten Champions

Every year, we celebrate the hard work and dedication of the team members across the Colten group who consistently deliver above and beyond expectations. Colleagues, residents, and their relatives can all put forward their nominations, before the finalists are invited to a glittering gala ceremony at Bournemouth's Highcliff Marriott Hotel, hosted by none other than TV's Dr Hilary Jones.

We are very happy to say this year we won the 'Dining Experience' award here at Newstone House, with the judges praising the team for creating a calm, relaxing and enjoyable dining experience for residents.

Read more about the awards here

Caring Without Plastic

Colten Care has become the first major provider in the UK's private care home sector to begin a group-wide reduction of single-use plastic. This is a significant move given the care sector's traditionally high use of plastic in clinical services, person-centred care and infection control.

Read more about the initiative here

Our Charity 2018

Last year, Colten Care raised a fantastic £32,815.19 for various charities, with Newstone House contributing £1,036.98. This year, our home will be supporting Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.