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In The Media

Ruth French named Business Leader of the Year.  Read more.
Roger Catchpole and Ruth French named in top 50 Leaders in Care as 'Leaders of Tomorrow'.  Read more. 
Halstead Hall unveils plans for expansion.  Read more.
Stow Healthcare turns around Halstead Hall.  Read more.
Halstead Hall opens its newly refurbished coffee lounge.  Read more.
Melford Court Care Home received "GOOD" CQC rating.  Read more.
Stow in Bloom at Stowlangtoft Hall.  Read more.
Stow in Bloom at Melford Court.  Read more.
Jean, Kathleen and Marguerite turn 102!  Read more.
Essex nursing home is sold to Stow Healthcare.  Read more.
New owners promise to invest in struggling care home.  Read more.
Care Quality Commission rates Ford Place Nursing Home as 'Outstanding'.  Read more.
Suffolk nursing homes owner 'hugely proud' after second CQC 'Outstanding" accolade.  Read more.
Suffolk care group crowned Care Employer of the Year at National Awards. Read more.
Care Quality Commission rates Brandon Park Residential and Nursing Homes as 'Outstanding'.  Read more.
Celebrations at Brandon Park Nursing Home after 'Outstanding' CQC rating.  Read more.
Stowlangtoft Healthcare acquires Melford Court Nursing Home.  Read more
Stowlangtoft nursing home opens on-site shop.  Read more
Stowlangtoft Hall chuffed with its own rail network. Read More
Stowlangtoft Healthcare wins Suffolk Agricultural Association's 2015 BALE award.  Read more
Brandon nursing home gets good report from inspectors.  Read more
Brandon Park care home rated "good' by CQC.  Read More
Many of our residents are living with some degree of dementia – according to the Alzheimers Society, 1 in 6 people over the age of 80 are living with dementia, and these figures are set to rise.  Many people with dementia can live extremely happy and settled lives in our homes, supported by staff who know and understand them and can help them to enjoy life at our homes to the full.  We offer our staff specialist dementia training and have many activities to promote the skills that people still retain, even when some memories start to fade.  We also have access to specialist dementia support in the community through the NHS where the need arises.  If you have worries about dementia there are various sources of support you can access including the Alzheimers Society or the Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance.
Every resident in our care has access to their own GP.  Often GPs will carry out regular ward rounds of their patients, or will do home visits when the need arises, just as they would at home.  Our nurses will also phone the GP or other healthcare professionals to seek advice and support.
Many of our residents find that they are able to access some means of financial support to help them fund their nursing care.  Funding can seem like a complicated issue and we are always happy to share our knowledge of this area to see if you may be eligible for NHS Continuing Health Care, or other NHS support that is not means tested.  Additionally, depending on your financial circumstances, you may be eligible for support from Social Services.  Please talk to us and we can help signpost you appropriately.
Every so often we may not live up to the high standards that we set for ourselves.  Your feedback is very important to ensure that we are able to address any issues and prevent them happening again.  In the first instance you should speak to the nurse in charge, but if that is not possible, we would encourage you to pop in to see the home manager, or give them a call so that they can help you.
The Bury Free Press highlights a mocktail making event for residents at Stowlangtoft Hall in association with The Ivory Bar. Read More
Stowlangtoft Healthcare wins the 'Best Newcomer' at the 2014 BALE awards sponsored by Ashton KCJ Solicitors. Read More
Care home firm Stowlangtoft Healthcare ‘delighted’ with Brandon Park purchase. Read More
The Suffolk Magazine shines a light on the fantastic care being provided at the beautiful Grade II Listed Stowlangtoft Hall. Read More
Stowlangtoft Hall receives an extremely positive report from the nursing home regulator The Care Quality Commission (CQC). Read More

Awards

Stow Healthcare has been recognized in the following ways:

  • Winner

    Caring UK Awards - Stow Healthcare was named as national winner in the 'Care Employer of the year' category - December 2017

  • Finalist

    Caring UK Awards - Stow Healthcare was named as a national finalist in the 'Care Home Group of the year' category - December 2017

  • Winner

    Caring UK Awards - Brandon Park's management team was named national winner in the 'Management Team of the Year' category - December 2017

  • Finalist

    Stow Healthcare Group was named as a finalist in the 'Residential Care Provider –Smaller Organisation' category at the prestigious Laing Buisson Awards - November 2017

  • Finalist

    National Care Awards - Melford Court Carer Mandy Shortt was a finalist in the top 'Carer of the Year' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    National Care Awards - Ford Place Deputy Manager Silvia Nunes was a finalist in the top 'Registered Nurse' category - November 2017

  • Winner

    Marion Thorpe was named winner for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Care Home Chef' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Stow Healthcare was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Care Employer' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Lesley Anderson of Stowlangtoft Hall Nursing Home was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Care Home Worker' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Claire Clifton of Stowlangtoft Hall Nursing Home was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Activities Coordinator' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Emma Perry of Brandon Park Nursing Home was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Ancillary Worker' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Rose Miranda of Ford Place Nursing Home was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Good Nurse' category - November 2017

  • Finalist

    Mandy Shortt of Melford Court Care Home was named as a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Palliative Care' category - November 2017

  • Winner

    National Care Awards - Stow Healthcare Director Ruth French was named the UK's top care Operations Director - November 2016

  • Finalist

    National Care Awards - Stowlangtoft Hall's Richard Baker was named one of the top five care home chefs - November 2016

  • Winner

    National Care Awards - Brandon Park's Deputy Manager, Sam Cutts, was named national winner in the 'Care Registered Nurse' category - November 2016

  • Finalist

    National Care Awards - Stowlangtoft Hall's Linda Elmer was named as one of the top five carers in the UK - November 2016

  • Winner

    Roxanne Kenton, was named national winner at the Great British Care Awards in the 'Care Newcomer Award' category. - June 2016

  • Shortlisted

    Shirley Talbot, Head Housekeeper at Stowlangtoft Hall was shortlisted in the Suffolk County Council 'Going the Extra Mile' awards in the category of 'Individual Staff Member'.

  • Shortlisted

    Stowlangtoft Hall and Brandon Park were shortlisted in the Suffolk County Council 'Going the Extra Mile' Award held at Trinity Park in February 2016 for their Activities provision

  • Winner

    Shirley Talbot was named winner for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Ancillary Worker of the Year' category - November 2015

  • Finalist

    Tina Webster was a finalist for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Carer of the Year' category - November 2015

  • Winner

    Roxanne Kenton was named winner for the East Anglian regional Great British Care Awards in the 'Best Newcomer' category - November 2015

  • Finalist

    National Care Awards - Carer Tina Webster was named as one of the top five carers in the whole of the UK - November 2015

  • Winner

    Suffolk Agricultural Association's BALE (best alternative land enterprise) Award for overall winner for Stowlangtoft Healthcare LLP - October 2015

  • Shortlisted

    Great British Care Awards in the 'Activities' category where Stowlangtoft Hall’s activities coordinator was named as one of six finalists in the East of England Great British Care Awards - November 2014

  • Winner

    Suffolk Agricultural Association's BALE (best alternative land enterprise) Award for Best Newcomer for Stowlangtoft Healthcare LLP - October 2014

  • Runner-up

    Suffolk County Council's inaugural "Going the Extra Mile" Awards for our activities provision in the "Inside and Out" category - June 2013

  • Shortlisted

    East Anglian Daily Times's 2013 Business Awards in the 'Family Business of the Year' category for the Catchpole family - June 2013

  • Shortlisted

    East Anglian Daily Times's 2013 Business Awards in the 'Young Business Person of the Year' category for Roger Catchpole - June 2013