Glastonbury care home

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About Glastonbury Care Home

We want people who come and live with us to make the most of life.

Our friendly home offers a lifestyle for older people with specific nursing requirements, together with the option to call upon additional support to suit changing needs. We are also known for our expertise in providing care to those living with dementia.

Located in a sheltered close on the edge of Glastonbury, our care home has a relaxed and homely feel.  The rooms look onto private, secure gardens with plenty of areas to sit. We even have a view of Glastonbury Tor!

Day care and respite care is also available at our home. Watch our virtual tour below for more information.

Please contact our Care Home Manager directly.  We also recommend taking a look at the help and guidance we provide on this page.

Care Home Manager: Joanna Crago

Glastonbury care home

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At Glastonbury care home, we offer:

Care homes

We are passionate about creating vibrant homes in which each individual can thrive whilst receiving the highest quality nursing and dementia care.

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Dementia care

We are recognised for our expertise in caring for people living with dementia and for supporting their families.

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Specialist, short-term respite care for someone with nursing or dementia care needs

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Gold Standards Framework

The Gold Standards Framework is a national quality mark that recognises excellence in end of life care in care homes.

Meet the manager

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Joanna Crago, Care Home Manager

I am a Registered Nurse and completed my Level 5 qualification in 2015. I qualified in South Africa specialising in Midwifery and Cardiology.  I achieved a Diploma qualification working with Dementia Care Matters.  I joined Brunelcare in 2017.  At Glastonbury Care Home (team pictured, me in white top and left of the sign) we are here to support people with maintaining their independence for as long as they can.  We all share the same passion about the care that we provide.  I believe that everyone is important and should be truly valued.

Care quality commission

We're rated Good, with Outstanding for our caring approach

CQC inspection report states:

“At the last inspection we rated this section [caring] as outstanding because of the person-centred and compassionate culture which staff created. Staff encouraged people to make and maintain friendships and promoted a family type environment where everyone was respected and cared for. At this inspection we found the extremely caring culture continued and the staff and management had built on this to make sure people continued to feel valued and had opportunities to express themselves.”

Why Glastonbury care home?

Our 64 bed home is split into four suites, all designed for people living with or without a dementia.

24/7 nursing-care lifestyle for older people with specific nursing needs

We have been awarded the Platinum status by the Gold Standards Framework for Care Homes, for our high quality End of Life Care

We have a ‘person-centred’ approach to care, using knowledge of a person’s history and personality to help us provide the right support whilst maintaining dignity and choice

Each room has ensuite facilities, a TV and 24/7 Nurse Call System,

Our Activity Coordinators organise regular, stimulating group or individual activities, including day trips within the local area

Laundry on site

Nutritious, carefully tailored meals provided

Mobility aids installed such as bathing facilities and hoists, with lift access through the home

Parking available for visitors and ramp / level access to building

Respite care - we provide respite care for a minimum of a week, and day care (availability permitting)

Take a tour of Glastonbury care home

Help & Guidance

We know that finding out about the care home services you need can be daunting.

Our guidance notes are designed to help answer your questions and provide you with relevant information.

Will I have to fund my care home place?

This depends on your care needs and individual circumstances. If you know you will be self-funding your place, please contact one of Brunelcare's Care Home Managers directly. If unsure, please contact your local council for a care assessment in the first instance.

How do I make a suggestion?

In the first instance you can contact us by phone: 0117 914 4200 or email: Our 'Give feedback' page provides further information.