The health, safety and wellbeing for residents and staff members must be our primary concern and following the press conference on Monday 16 March where Chief Medical Officer Professor Chris Whitty and Prime Minister advised against “people unnecessarily visiting care homes”We have now made the difficult decision to stop all non-essential visitors and children to Symphony House Nursing Home. This restriction began on Friday 20 March and may be in place for some time.
A lovely nursing home
A nursing home in Northampton has become the first in the county to receive a top award relating to its standard of care. Symphony Care Home in Queens Park Parade won the national Gold Standard Framework certificate for its end of life care.
My husband has been a resident at Symphony House for nearly 4 years and he has received very good care. Whenever I visit, he is always clean and presentable and I know that he is looked after well. There are some special staff who always spend extra time and treat him with dignity and respect. I think that this is a great time and I couldn't wish for anything better for my husband.
We promote and protect health, safety and well-being of our residents and staff. We encourage residents to lead as fulfilling and independent lives as possible. We aim to achieve the highest standards of care in order to promote, improve and maintain the quality of life for all who live, work and visit our homeMore on our values...
The home has two lounges which also provide separate areas for dining
Symphony Care aims to make the stay of any resident as enjoyable and as comfortable as possible
"Mum and our family were extremely well supported and guided through this most sad and difficult time"