Welcome to Flower Park Care Home

You'll find Flower Park in the village of Denaby Main, outside Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

Here our dedicated team provides quality care to people who are frail and elderly, and people with dementia, in two dedicated suites. We have an open-door policy, and always welcome visits and input from the friends and family of those living here.

Our welcoming, comfortable, purpose-built home has beautiful, well maintained gardens.

Inside, it's equally spruce, and there are views over the landscaped park next door.

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Life at Flower Park Care Home

A carer and a resident

My Mother has lived at Flower Park Care Home since February 2008. I have found that the treatment and care given to her is excellent. All of our family are very happy with the care that my Mother receives.

Mr Raymond Walker, relative of resident at Flower Park Care Home

Types of care

Dementia care

People living with dementia have different needs, so either a residential or nursing care home...

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Nursing care

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Facilities & services

Making care special is at the heart of Flower Park Care Home in Doncaster. Our philosophy starts with getting to know each person as an individual and understanding what they need.

  • All single rooms
  • On site hairdressing
  • Quiet lounge
  • TV lounge
  • Lifts
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Patio
  • Flat screen TV in lounge

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Call, email or fill in the form to find out more information about the home or to arrange a visit.

Care home manager

Rossington Street, Denaby Main, Doncaster, DN12 4TA

01709 863327

flower.park@fshc.co.uk

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30 Apr 2015

After weeks of anticipation from residents and staff, Monet the pony visited Northlea Court care home in Cramlington. Pony therapy has proved a huge success in the past, with residents really enjoying and benefitting from the interaction with the animals.

Firstly Monet visited all the residents in the dining room, before trotting off to the individual rooms of those residents who are less mobile. The gentle pony was a huge hit with everyone involved, and there were big smiles all around. This was a real family event with residents and their families, and even the children of some staff members, all getting the chance to interact with the friendly little pony.

Home Manager Sandra Smith said, “This is the second time pony therapy has visited Northlea Court, and once again it has been a truly memorable experience for all the residents and families. We look forward to having them back in the autumn. Lots of photos were taken on the day and are displayed at the home for those who want to see.”

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28 Apr 2015

Catchpole Court Care Home in Suffolk recently received a signed photograph from Kylie Minogue that she sent to the home herself with a promise of tickets for her upcoming performance at Newmarket Races. Kylie sent the signed photograph to thank the team for looking after her Manager’s mum, Norah, during her recent stay at Catchpole Court.

Norah had a very good sense of humour and always appeared happy; she liked to joke with the team throughout the day and always joined in with singing.She enjoyed telling everyone stories about living in Ireland and often spoke of how proud she was of her son, Sean. Norah always looked forward to her daily visits from Sean until he left for Australia to meet up with Kylie. She would then ask her Husband for updates on how he was doing.

Norah was grateful for the care she received during her stay at Catchpole Court, and it would seem that her son and Kylie were too.

Home Manager, Marie Smale said, “It was a pleasure to have Norah staying with us, the signed photograph from Kylie is just the icing on the cake!”

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24 Apr 2015

A relative whose husband is a resident at Ashcroft Care Home in Chesterfield, recently worked a 10 hour shift in the home. Judith Smith, who is in her 70s, donated the £140 she made during her sponsored shift at Ashcroft and donated it to the Resident’s Social Fund. Judith worked really hard, not just in her shift but also by looking after her husband who lives with dementia.

Home Manager, Yana Whitehouse said, “Judith is great and we had a lot of fun when she was on shift. She displayed so much kindness and caring to all of our residents and I believe she should be recognised for this.”

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