Pelsall Hall Paradise Lane Pelsall Walsall WS3 4JW
Pelsall Hall is a late Victorian building of charm and character. It has recently been extensively redeveloped and extended at a cost of several million pounds, though it retains many of its original features. The home is now able to provide care for older people with dementia.
There are a total of 39 bed sitting rooms, most fitted with en-suite facilities. Each room is fully furnished to a high standard. Residents are encouraged to bring in personal items such as pictures, ornaments and small items of furniture. The rooms are also equipped with a call bell system, TV point, easily accessible light switches and plug sockets. In addition, we have a number of assisted bathrooms/shower rooms. Residents may have a telephone in their room at their expense.
Our catering team is committed to providing interesting and nutritional meals. Residents are offered a varied menu for each meal, with a choice of tasty and well presented food. Residents may eat in the dining room or take meals in their rooms if desired. All medical and special diets are catered for.
A qualified and experienced Manager and team provide 24 hour management cover for the home, and they are ably supported by trained care assistants, catering and domestic staff.
We have a comfortable lounge and a dining room which overlooks the garden. We also have a bistro and a family room which has a PC with internet access for residents’ and visitors’ use. There is a passenger lift to all floors and a call system throughout the Home. There is a pleasant well laid out garden with full access. The home arranges a regular programme of activities, outings and trips for the residents. There are also regular visits by a hairdresser and chiropodist.
Your Care Rating score 2013
Pelsall Hall scored 919 out of 1000
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Pelsall Hall is proud to be an 'Eden Alternative' accredited home.
The Eden Alternative promotes person centred care, please refer to their website for further information.
Did You Know?
Pelsall is the site of an early Anglo-Saxon settlement called Peolshalh meaning ‘meadow land belonging to Peol’