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50 places for residential and dementia care 

Ryelands care home
15 Beddington Gardens
Wallington
Surrey, SM6 0JF

Tel: 020 8647 6837

About Ryelands

At Ryelands, we provide residential and residential dementia care for our 50 residents, in purpose-built, en suite accommodation.

It’s a wonderfully welcoming space, designed to help us provide tailored care in a warm, supportive and safe environment. We also offer short-term respite care.


100% of residents are happy with the care and support they receive (Your Care Rating, 2019)

Rated 'Good' by the CQC


What makes Ryelands special?

  • Personalised care plans, developed with residents and their family
  • Caring, professional colleagues
  • Music therapy for our residents living with dementia
  • Dedicated chaplain for pastoral care
  • Beautiful gardens and summer house 
  • In-house hair salon
  • Lots of activities 
  • Regular trips in our minibus 
  • Weekly visits from a local nursery

“The care my mother has received is exceptional. There is always a cheerful friendly welcome whenever I visit.” Independent review, carehome.co.uk

Where are we?

We’re situated within beautifully landscaped grounds in the centre of Wallington.  We are next door to MHA’s Moorlands retirement living apartments.

Activities, trips and events

We support everybody’s individual choices, interests and hobbies and our passionate Activity Coordinators love keeping residents active and entertained. They provide a fun-packed and stimulating schedule for people to participate in as they choose.

There’s gardening, flower arranging, external entertainers, trips out, art and crafts, bingo, quizzes and church services, just to mention a few of the things we get up to.

We have our own minibus and regularly go to the park, local garden centre or out for lunch.

“There is an activities coordinator who works out an interesting and stimulating array of events residents can take part in if they want.” Independent review, carehome.co.uk

Award winning music therapy

Ryelands care home is committed to providing alternative therapies such as music therapy to help alleviate isolation and the symptoms for those living with dementia. Our trained therapist is funded by charitable donations and interacts directly with residents through live music therapy sessions. This includes singing, playing simple percussion instruments or responding to musical cues in a one-to-one or group setting. Take a look at our video to find out more about this life changing therapy.

Chaplaincy and pastoral support

We’re supported by a dedicated Chaplain at Ryelands, who offers pastoral support to all, whatever their beliefs. They provide a listening presence, companionship and one-to-one pastoral support for all residents, their friends and relatives, and staff members - irrespective of their beliefs - and organise worship for those who wish to participate.

Seize the day – unique and memorable opportunities

Funded through charitable support, every MHA care home also prides itself in being able to offer unique and memorable opportunities and activities for residents to quite literally help them 'seize the day'.

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CQC overall rating for Ryelands

Good

21st Dec 2017

Privacy and independence, friendship and support - 24 hours a day

Ryelands offers care and comfort, compassion and friendship. At the heart of all we offer is our assurance that you will be treated with the respect and dignity that we all deserve, and if you need anything at all, we’re here to help, 24 hours a day.

Whether in the privacy of your own room or relaxing in the company of your friends and neighbours, we will support you to spend your time doing the things you enjoy. Let us know if it’s music, a favourite newspaper, exercise or a spot of pampering at the salon. Landscaped gardens invite you to appreciate the fresh air, or tend the plants, if you wish. There’s a wide range of social events, so you never need to feel bored or lonely.

Ryelands has the latest safety and security design features so you can live life to the full with peace of mind.

Your room

All our rooms have a full en suite wet room with sink and toilet.

If your loved one enjoys catching up with the latest news, sport, chat shows or soaps, we can provide a TV in their room on request, and there’s WiFi throughout the home.

We encourage our residents to furnish their own rooms as they wish. This could be as simple as hanging a couple of their favourite pictures on the wall, but they’re also welcome to bring their own comfy chair, or anything that makes them feel at home. The most important thing is for everyone to feel comfortable, happy and settled.

'My mother has a marvellous bedroom with a sink unit, worktop and room for a fridge so she can make tea and snacks, as well as being en suite." Independent review, carehome.co.uk

Residential care

Our residential care is all about providing a special kind of home from home.

It’s our way of making sure your loved one continues to live life to its fullest and remains as independent as possible. It means they can get out and about when they want to, catch up with friends or pop to the shops, but with the added security and peace of mind that comes from knowing 24-hour support is available if they need it.

Our team are on hand to offer just the right amount of care, giving those who need it support with activities such as bathing, dressing and mealtimes. Without having to worry about cooking meals, washing clothes or getting the hoover out, you’ll see your loved one truly enjoying life and exploring their full potential.

Residential dementia care

We’re proud to be recognised for our pioneering approach to dementia care, which is carefully built around each individual.

Our dementia facilities here are second to none, and specially designed to provide a reassuringly familiar, engaging and warm environment for those living with us. We have dementia friendly decor and bedroom doors have memory boxes to assist your loved one to find their room.

We have a music themed area and our dementia areas open into a secure and peaceful garden. Residents enjoy music therapy and reminiscence activities, including doll therapy, designed to stimulate social interaction and alleviate the feeling of isolation associated with dementia.

Food and drink

Mealtimes are an important part of the day here, giving our residents the opportunity to get together and enjoy freshly prepared food in a relaxed restaurant-style environment. We always offer two meal options and our chefs will happily prepare something special if nothing on the menu appeals.

  • Freshly prepared meals, cooked by our in-house chef
  • All dietary and religious needs catered for
  • Locally sourced meats, fruit and vegetables where possible
  • Seasonal ingredients – menus change three times a year with input from residents
  • Specialist equipment and assistance as needed
  • Snacks and drinks available 24 hours a day
  • Home baking every day
  • Relatives welcome to join residents for meals

Our commitment to your wellbeing

Our highly-trained, dedicated members of staff will always be on hand to provide your care and support in the way that best suits you, in the comfort of your own room.

We choose the people who work with us very carefully. They need to share our values and respect people, their life experience and personal choices.

We take pride in the cleanliness and maintenance of your home and provide a thorough and friendly cleaning service. Your personal washing will be carefully laundered and returned to you, clean and fresh.

We also provide regular gentle exercise sessions and have close links with GP surgeries, district nurses and dentists. Our in-house hair salon keeps everyone looking their best and uplifting visits from local schools and playgroups keep us all young at heart.

 

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Indicative fees for self-funding residents at Ryelands care home, Wallington

(1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021)

Residential care

Depending on the level of residential care required, gross weekly fees will range from:

£1100.40 (Single en suite , low care needs) to a maximum of £1197.09 (Single en suite -Premium, high care needs)

Residential dementia care

Depending on the level of residential dementia care required, gross weekly fees will range from:

£1308.50 (Single en suite -Premium, low care needs) to a maximum of £1387.32 (Single en suite -Premium, high care needs)

Ryelands Care Home
15 Beddington Gardens
Wallington, Croydon
Surrey, SM6 0JF

Tel: 020 8647 6837

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