We are safely able to support new residents. For more information, please speak with the Home Manager or fill out an enquiry form.
Elizabeth House over looks the picturesque Canford Heath Nature Reserve, and has easy access to both Bournemouth and Poole town centres, as well as their beaches and waterfronts for day trips and visiting relatives.
As a social care home, Elizabeth House has a large lounge and south-facing conservatory where there is always a group activity to join or someone to chat to over a cup of tea and slice of cake, whether it’s one of our compassionate care team or other residents.
There are 43 single bedrooms at Elizabeth House, which has been designed to help residents engage with their home, particularly those living with dementia. It has on-site hairdressing facilities and assistance can provided by health and well-being appointments. Alderney Hospital, which focuses on elderly care, is convenient located next to the care home.
We know looking for a care home can be a difficult process, but you are not alone. Please fill out an enquiry form or give us a call and we would be happy to guide you through the process, answer any questions and talk you through life at Elizabeth House.
We have adapted our admissions process to meet the challenges of COVID-19 and help new and existing residents stay safe. You can find out more about these changes in our Assisi Admissions Plan by clicking here.
Our activities team organises daily event and outings designed to bring everyone together in a fun and friendly atmosphere, including social visits and games with AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust, trips down memory lane with tailored reminiscences activities and using animal therapy to bring joy to the lives of residents.
We put our residents at the heart of everything we do, and know that no two are the same. That is why we get to know residents and their life stories, hobbies and interests, helping us to create events around their likes.
The Daily Sparkle
We are also supported by The Daily Sparkle, a newspaper and app featuring news stories from the past and familiar activities. Using these resources has opened up conversations for our less sociable residents. Click here to find out more.
Look below for some of the things we have been up to recently.
“As chefs, we can really impact on our residents’ quality of life in a positive way – there is nothing better than hearing a resident enjoyed their meal or watching their face light up when a birthday cake comes out. Creating and nurturing these moments, and making the residents feel special, is a huge part of what makes this job rewarding.” – Stuart Pike, Elizabeth House Chef
Meals are more than just the food on the plate, they bring people together. At Elizabeth House, residents meet for meal times in our relaxed and comfortable dining rooms, with wholesome, well-balanced meals.
We talk to residents to help create flexible menus around their likes and needs, also working within any special dietary requirements. Snacks and afternoon teas are also available to residents.
Tarina Price – Home Manager
I first joined the care sector in 1993 working for a small care home in Dorset, where I remained for 13 years. I went on to achieve qualification in both NVQ 4 and RMA enabling me to become the registered manager in 2004.
I moved on in 2008 and managed a care home in Hampshire, where I remained for six years, before joining Care South.
Although we can’t welcome you for a look around our care homes just yet, you can still view inside thanks to our remote tours.
To ensure our care homes remain free from COVID-19, our helpful Home Managers can guide you around during a video call, so you get a feel of what life is like with Care South.
Simply fill out the form below and we will be in touch to discuss how we can create a new home for you or a loved one with peace of mind.
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