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The Radley Care Home

Gregson Close, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 5RG
  • The Radley Care Home Front Exterior
  • The Radley Care Home Lounge
  • The Radley Care Home: Person-Centred Care
  • The Radley Care Home Bedroom
  • The Radley Care Home: Person-Centred Care
  • The Radley Care Home Garden

About The Radley

The Radley is a purpose-built care home located on the old MGM-British Studios site in Borehamwood. The home is within easy reach of local amenities, as well as Elstree’s BBC Television Studios.

The Radley offers the following types of care for an older person: 24-hour long-term residential & specialist dementia care, as well as respite & convalescence care.
The Radley Care Home also offers the following facilities:
Activities
En-Suite Shower
Hair Salon
Landscaped Garden
  • "I would like to say a huge thank you for all of your ongoing hard work at The Radley. I think you are all so brave and so special. You are keeping my Mum safe in the hardest of circumstances - and when I see carers on TV, I always think of you guys and I am full of admiration for all that you do for my Mum and the other residents."

    Son of Resident

  • "Thank you so much for making it possible to see my Mum - I don't think you realise how much it means."

    Son of Resident

  • "We have been thinking of you all during this most difficult time and hoping you are all staying safe.Let's hope the situation improves soon and we can all be together with our families again."

    Family of Resident

  • "Staff have always been attentive to both my Mum and our family; which reassures us that we chose the right home."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "It would be unfair to single out any one carer as they have all shown great kindness and attention to Mum's needs."

    Family of Resident

  • "The Radley is a fantastic facility - a proactive environment with great staff and a good day-to-date care practice ethos."

    Daughter of Resident

  • "Thank you for the superb care. We are always made very welcome and nothing is ever too much trouble."

    Friend 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

Our Staff

The Radley 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.
“With almost three decades of care experience, my career within the sector has seen me fulfil varying roles – each of which have cultivated my storied success and decision to join B&M Care. Starting at St Andrews in 2016 as a Deputy Manager, my most recent appointment was as Home Manager at The Radley in 2018; a role that has simultaneously challenged and developed my skillset. In addition to a genuine passion for dementia and delivering a highly-personalised service, I have a roster of qualifications that include a Level 5 Managers Award.”
Sue Peate - Home Manager
“I started my career within the sector in 2009 across a number of settings including, nursing, live-in and domiciliary care. With this experience, I made the decision to pursue a career that focussed on caring for the older person, which led me to join Montrose in 2017 – before transferring to The Radley the following year as a Team Leader. With support from the home’s management team, as well as a number of newfound qualifications (including a QCF Level 5 in Health & Social Care), I was promoted to Assistant Manager in late 2018.”
Jembalina Lewis - Assistant 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

The Radley Emergency Support Summary

Review