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caring for complex needs 
 

WELCOME TO ALVERSTOKE HOUSE 

An ideally situated Care Home with Nursing offering a high standard of care by our specialist team. 

 
Review from Daughter of Resident 23 October 2020 
 
"Mum is 94, and after much consideration, she decided she needed to go into care. Alverstoke House is a small family-run home, and it has been wonderful. She was depressed, not eating properly and quite weak physically when she made the decision. What a difference. The staff have become family, she is eating and thoroughly enjoying her food (and Mum has been a very picky eater in the past), taking part in activities put on by the staff and making friends. She is looked after day and night by wonderful staff under the personal supervision of a caring owner. We couldn't have chosen anywhere better for Mum to stay. Thank you all.
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Alverstoke 
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About Alverstoke House 
 

Caring for the elderly and Palliative Care 

Alverstoke House is a family run nursing home specialising in Caring for the Elderly who have complex nursing care needs. 
We also specialise in palliative care and provide care for those needing nursing after leaving hospital before returning home. 
We only take clients with Alzheimers or Dementia if they have mainly nursing requirements and we can look after their assessed needs. 

Beautiful Surroundings 

We have 29 beds which are mostly en-suite, two sitting rooms, a dining room and two conservatories.  
The gardens overlook a Koi Carp Pond and have a landscaped area to the rear where residents and their visitors often have tea. 

Care home with nursing 

Alverstoke House is registered as a care home with nursing providing care for old age. The care provided for clients ranges from those who are physically frail to those who are physically highly dependent.  
We also specialise in providing respite care, please call for availability. 

Our Virtual Tour 

As access to the home is strictly risk assessed please take a tour of our home below and feel free to contact us with any questions. 
 
Click here to visit virtually with or without a VR headset, you can also go full screen for the best experience by clicking on the bottom right hand icon.  

Friend and family visits are welcome 

We operate an open door policy for visits of family and friends. We welcome visits from any clients or their family who are thinking of coming to Alverstoke House. We have a non smoking policy within the home. We also do not accommodate pets. 
Covid-19 UPDATE: 
We are currently Covid free and are testing our staff weekly and residents monthly. 
As the country is in lockdown we are only allowing window visits, or an allocated family member can book 24 hours in advance to visit our POD in the conservatory. Those families with a sick relative can have a nominated family member visit with full PPE, Lateral Flow testing and keeping social distancing and strict imfection control procedures. 
We have Lateral Flow Tests in the home with staff trained to use them. When Covid risks reduce in the community we will be testing family members to allow them to visit residents in the home. 
For any further questions please call us at the home. 
 
 
CQC - Care Quality Commission 
"Alverstoke House Nursing Home is a small family run business that has delivered care with nursing since 1985. We are committed to providing a safe and happy home for residents and are extremely passionate about what we do. We are working with a range of local agencies including Hampshire Social Services, the Clinical Commissioning Group and the Care Quality Commision (CQC) to improve areas that have fallen short of 'good' in the CQC inspection report. We are doing our utmost to improve our CQC rating and be the best we can be".  
Andrew Hudson, Service Provider. 
 
Letter from Family February 2020 
"The family would like to thank you all for the care and kindness shown to her during her time with you. She was happy and comfortable and lacked for nothing. We would especially thank you for the treatment, care and dignity shown to her in her last days. You were brilliant." 
Review on Carehome.co.uk from Wife of Resident published on 4 February 2019 
"My husband spent the last eighteen months of his life at Alverstoke House, transferring there from hospital having been diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour. The care of both of us during this difficult time has been amazing and even through his most difficult times, my husband was treated with courtesy and dignity and a great deal of affection. He was happy there and I was able to spend several hours there with him every day, including having a meal there. I and other visitors had use of a kitchen and we could make drinks whenever we needed. 
I could not have looked after him so well at home and am so glad Alverstoke House was our 'home from home' for the last eighteen months. 
I would like to thank and commend every one of the staff there from the owner, management, nurses, carers and housekeeping. You have made the last eighteen months livable, through one of the hardest times of our life." 
Review on Carehome.co.uk from son of resident published on 4 February 2019 
"It was a place Dad called home. It is spotlessly clean and has a welcoming, friendly and relaxed atmosphere created by cheerful, kind and compassionate staff. He always enjoyed his light and airy room with its views of The Spinnaker. He was always impressed with his daily personal care, often carried out by excellent young staff, a very tough job at that age. In the last days, Dad received continuous 24-hour monitoring when a senior nurse held his hand at his passing, unfortunately, I could not be there at the end. 
My family and I will always be indebted for the excellent care Dad received from the wonderful staff, many working there in excess of 10 years and some in excess of 30 years, exceptional for the caring sector, pointing to very good management to retain them with smiling faces for so long. The home is also just a 10min walk pushing a wheelchair to a beach cafe, a place where Dad enjoyed a piece of cake, a cup of tea and the bustle of the seaside and its views." 
 
 
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