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St Anns Care Home

Kettering, Northamptonshire
  • St Anns Care Home Front Exterior
  • St Anns Care Home Bar
  • St Anns Care Home: Person-Centred Care
  • St Anns Care Home Bedroom
  • St Anns Care Home: Person-Centred Care
  • St Anns Care Home Garden

About St Anns

St Anns Care Home is a purpose-built home designed over two floors and situated close to the town centre of Kettering in Northamptonshire. With a much acclaimed and well-established care staff team, St Anns has been providing quality residential and specialist dementia care since 1993.

St Anns offers the following types of care for an older person: 24-hour long-term residential & specialist dementia care, as well as respite & convalescence care.
St Anns Care Home also offers the following facilities:
En-Suite Shower
Hair Salon
Landscaped Garden

Vaccinations & Infection Control

As B&M Care continues to navigate through the complexities laid out by the Covid-19 pandemic, the group would like to reassure you that the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and residents remains paramount.

Our Infection Control Assurance is a commitment to minimising the risk of Covid-19 to our existing residents and staff, whilst safely welcoming new admissions into our homes.

In addition to PPE, regular testing and safe admissions, B&M Care has now successfully completed the first phase of the group's vaccination rollout.

These procedures are in place to meet and exceed the requirements of those considering a B&M Care Home for a loved one.

Vaccinations & Infection Control

  • "I need to say a very big thank you to all the staff taking care of my very special Mum - you are a wonderful team. It's a very difficult time, but I feel confident that my Mum and all the residents are receiving the best care ever. Thank you for your dedication."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "I would like to celebrate the wonderful care and attention that my Mum received during her time at St Anns. Mum was always treated as an individual with much dignity, care & respect: life was made to be fun and happy. All the staff - from the Manager through to the home's Domestic Assistants and Handyman - were brilliant! I am very grateful to you all for making Mum's last few years happy for us both. I never had any regrets about not being able to care for her as she was in the next best place."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "Dad was treated with dignity, respect and privacy - and always in a very caring way. This means so much."

    Son of Resident

  • "The care Dad received was amazing and it was reassuring to us to know he was in such good hands."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "Words alone cannot express how grateful we are to everyone at St Anns."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "Thank you for the wonderful care you gave to my Mum. We never worried about her when she was in your care and always felt welcome when we came to visit."

    Family of Resident

Our Staff

St Anns has a select team of experienced care staff who have each undertaken bespoke training to meet the individual needs of the home's residents. The home provides appropriate ratios of staff both day and night, alongside a day-to-day care ethos that delivers highly-personalised care where dignity, freedom and privacy are consistently upheld. With an industry-envied training programme and ongoing support & development, B&M Care's guiding principles are what define our staff within the dementia care sector.
“I joined St Anns in 2005 as an Assistant Manager, before being promoted to Home Manager in 2017. In addition to developing my skillset within the home, I have achieved several qualifications, including the Registered Managers Award (RMA) and Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Tomorrow is Another Day’: a specialist training resource that continues to compliment my day-to-day practice - and genuine passion for delivering the highest standard of care within Kettering.”
Michelle Bhangal - Home Manager

CQC Engagement & Support Report

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is not routinely inspecting services during the COVID-19 pandemic. CQC is maintaining contact with providers through exisiting monitoring arrangements and engagement and support calls covering four assessment areas:

  • Safe Care and Treatment
  • Staffing arrangements
  • Protection from Abuse
  • Assurance Process, Monitoring and Risk Management

St Anns Emergency Support Summary