Thinking about care? Open day at Templeman House

12th October 2011

Templeman House is a traditional care home located at the end of a cul-de-sac in a residential area of North Bournemouth. We provide a safe and caring environment where residents can live their lives as if in the comfort of their own home, but cared for by dedicated staff, highly trained to nationally recognised standards.

Templeman Home Manager, Deanna Barnes.

Are you thinking of residential care for yourself or a relative? Leading local care provider, registered charity and not for profit organisation Care South’s residential care home in Bournemouth Templeman House invites you to an Open Day on Friday, 28 October 2011.

The home will be open from 10am until 9pm when visitors can view the home and meet the staff who will be happy to explain the services offered and the caring personal approach to every family. Tea, coffee, and light finger foods will be available.

Home manager Deanna Barnes says: “A care home is a very good option for people who are struggling to cope at home with daily tasks such as eating well and personal care. “Our Open Day will help people who are trying to find a home for a loved one understand the different categories of care and the terminology used. We can also show the comfort and security provided for our residents, and the range of activities we offer to keep them active and stimulated”.

Templeman House is at Leedam Rd, Northbourne, Bournemouth BH10 6HP, telephone 01202 537812.

Care South is a leading provider of high quality residential and home care across the south of England and employs more than 1600 staff. Care South is a care provider and registered charity dedicated to meeting the needs of the community.