Fremantle Court: Dementia Care,& Nursing Home in Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury
- Older people
- Nursing care
- Residential care
- Specialist dementia care
- Respite care
A specialist nursing, residential and dementia care home for older people in Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury.
Fremantle Court care home in Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury, provides specialist care for older people, including those living with dementia, and respite care in a beautiful state-of-the-art yet homely environment.
Award-winning Care Home in Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury
We are extremely proud to announce we won the Care Home Group Award for the Top 20 Mid-Size Care Home Groups in the UK in 2023, based on reviews from residents/service users and their family/friends. Our residents are elated
We love it here, so proud to win this again!
Why choose our care home in Aylesbury?
Part of The Fremantle Trust, Fremantle Court is an exceptional care home in Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury. Our highly trained and experienced team provides expert nursing and residential care for people with a variety of care needs, including specialist dementia care. We are dedicated to creating personal support plans tailored to each person with an opportunity to discuss and review regularly to ensure individual needs are met with choice, dignity and respect.
What to expect at Fremantle Court Care Home?
Fremantle Court in Stoke Mandeville, is a multi-award-winning and innovative care home, providing a light, modern and spacious living environment with 90 individual en-suite rooms and a QVC rating of ‘Good’. The beautiful outdoor space invites the local wildlife including deer, squirrels and birds which are much enjoyed by residents. Residents can also enjoy the scenic views of the Chiltern Hills. Our care home has many attractive communal areas, including a coffee shop, cinema and pitch and putt on-site along with many other facilities. There are superb community and local transport links with a bus stop outside the entrance, making it easy to travel to and from our Aylesbury care home.
A person-centred care home in Aylesbury
Ensuring our residents feel completely at home in a safe, warm and highly stimulating environment makes life at Fremantle Court care home very special. Our experienced team provides specialist care and support whilst encouraging individuals to be as active and independent as possible. What makes our dementia nursing home stand out is the colourful and vibrant décor and the spacious communal areas, including a garden lounge, sociable dining rooms and even a cinema. These areas provide the perfect meeting place for friends and family. The extensive gardens are both a tranquil and appealing spot to take in some fresh air, get creative in the garden or enjoy a game of crazy golf - particularly in the summertime. Food is freshly cooked on-site and mealtimes are a wonderful opportunity to get together.
Activities and fundraising for dementia care in Aylesbury
We are more than just a dementia home with respite care. We plan a wide range of activities for our residents to provide cognitive stimulation and fun. Throughout the year we work with local partners to organise events, performances and activities for both our residents and visitors to enjoy. In 2022, we organised a surprise visit from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, which was a popular hit with our community.
One of our most memorable activities was the opening of the Paralympics in 2021 where we organised games and a BBQ and celebrated together with the local community. The Paralympic games started in Stoke Mandeville Hospital in 1948, so this was a fitting celebration, close to the heart of our care home in Stoke Mandeville.
Testimonials: how residents feel about our care
The carers were extremely professional and used every skill and effort in looking after my wife. She was carefully supervised and supported, both mentally and physically and was made to feel as much at home as it was possible to do. They also showed great care and support for me and I was welcomed as
a friend and family member every time I visited. It was my home as well. They were not just carers, they were friends and family to my wife and myself.
- Review from W. H. (Husband of Resident) published on 13 June 2023 with a five star rating
Mum’s first Christmas in Fremantle Court and first time ever not shared with the family because of Covid. However, the celebrations leading up to Christmas and the day itself was a triumph and nicely enjoyed. And staffing problems because of Covid were managed superbly and not noticed by mum. We’re
so pleased and impressed by all aspects of Fremantle Court - the staff are second to none.
- Review from J. O. (Daughter of Resident) published on 22 March 2022 with a five star rating