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Templemore Care Home

121 Harlestone Road, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN5 6AA
  • Templemore Care Home Front Exterior
  • Templemore Care Home Lounge
  • Templemore Care Home Bedroom
  • Templemore Care Home: Person-Centred Care
  • Templemore Care Home Corridor
  • Templemore Care Home Garden

About Templemore

Templemore Care Home is a converted 19th Century manor house set in one and a half acres of manicured gardens close to the Northamptonshire villages of Duston and Dallington. The home has retained many of its original features and has been sympathetically extended to incorporate a purpose-built dementia environment.

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

Virtual Tour

  • "We wanted to say a big thank you to [Home Manager] Teresa and all of her team working in Cedars 1 that cared for [our loved one]. He was treated with complete dignity and care, and the staff there, under really, really, hot and difficult circumstances, treated us as a family wonderfully and with sensitivity. We just wanted to let you know what a cracking team you have at Templemore. You could not doubt the dedication that all the team have towards their residents. They work so, so hard in what can be very trying circumstances, and they are a credit to your company."

    Family of Resident

  • "You have made a brave and courageous decision to help people see their loved ones and are managing this safely, which is really boosting the service user and staff's wellbeing, and we commend you for this. We thank you and all your team once again for all your efforts at this time."

    Care Quality Commission (COVID-19: Engagement & Support Call)

  • "In these worrying and unexpected times, we as a family are so very grateful for the care and dedication shown to our loved ones. Since Dad moved into Templemore, I have always appreciated that we had found the right place for him, but this appreciation has grown over the past two to three weeks."

    Family of Resident

  • "Thank you for looking after my wonderful Mum for all these years. You are doing such a wonderful job in such difficult times. Stay strong and keep smiling."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "Thank you for all your hard work during this difficult time. Every Thursday, we were clapping for you!"

    Family of Resident

  • "I would like to thank each and every one of you for the love and kindness shown to my Mum whilst she was living at Templemore. Her final days, although painful for us all, were made easier to bear by the love and care shown by all of your staff. She was genuinely cared for."

    Son of Resident

  • "Just wanted to let you know that I had such a happy visit with Dad today. He was sitting in the garden quite contentedly when I arrived, and we had a lovely chat. Honestly, I am over the moon that Dad has settled in so well; he looks so much healthier and is a lot calmer since he has been living with you. But above all, he has told me that he really likes living at Templemore."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "We would like to thank everyone at Templemore for making our Diamond Wedding Day so memorable. Providing a private room decorated with flowers made it even more special. All this confirmed our belief that this must be one of the best care homes in the country."

    Wife of Resident

  • "On behalf of all of the family and I'm sure, Mum herself, we would like to give you our sincere thanks for the care and devotion whilst she was with you."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "I am writing to thank you for looking after my Aunt so well. Before sadly passing away, it was obvious when I visited, that she was well cared for by all staff at Templemore. Thank you for making her last years as happy as possible."

    Family of Resident

Our Staff

Templemore 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.
“Having worked within a residential care village and with individuals with learning disabilities, I joined B&M Care in to focus on delivering a highly-personalised service within both a residential and dementia-specific capacity. With a genuine passion for changing a person’s day-to-day quality of life, I have exceled within both a care home and classroom setting; one that has seen me gain a number of qualifications , including an NVQ Level 5 in Leadership & Management, as well as the Surry University-accredited ‘Leadership Matters in Person-Centred Dementia Care’ programme that was delivered in conjunction with Dementia Care Matters and Alzheimer’s Society.”
Teresa Warren - Home Manager
“With a number of years’ experience under my belt, I felt confident enough to accept the opportunity of Team Leader at Templemore in 2016. With support and guidance from the home’s management team, alongside a roster of newly-acquired qualifications (including an NVQ Level 4 in Health & Social Care), my career saw be promoted to Assistant Manager in 2018 – and then again one year later to Deputy Manager.”
Salina Warren - Deputy 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

Templemore Emergency Support Summary

Review