Welcome to Warrior Park Care Home
Warrior Park offers an established team of highly trained registered nurses and senior carers who provide 24-hour assistance to every resident, while maintaining a happy, peaceful atmosphere. People who stay here have various needs, including general nursing care, residential assistance, respite, and sensitive, dignified end-of life care. We also offer care for younger residents with physical disabilities.
We're only a short walk from the seafront in Seaton Carew – a lovely position, just half a mile from Hartlepool’s historic quay and marina. Swans, their signets, and many ducks are frequent visitors and a welcome sight around Warrior Park.
At Warrior Park Care Home residents are considered part of the family. We put their health and happiness at the heart of everything we do, and actively encourage residents to take part in all decisions – contributing to everything from the way their rooms look to the therapies they receive.
Life at Warrior Park Care Home
There's a very sociable atmosphere at Warrior Park. From our film afternoons and knitting club, to baking, darts, quizzes, bingo, karaoke and trips to the theatre, there's plenty for everyone to enjoy.
We hold a coffee morning every Wednesday, and lots of residents like to head out to the local pub on a Tuesday afternoon.
For those less able to go on day trips, we hold armchair aerobics, pampering sessions, popular hand massages, and sensory light therapy. We've even created a mini ‘bar' in our dementia unit, which residents love to spend time in.
Our wonderful, big garden is full of colourful flowers, a patio area and water feature. Residents like to spend time planting and tending to the flowerbeds whenever they can, or relaxing in our gazebo.
Warrior Park's chef proudly serves excellent food, making use of fresh fruit and seasonal vegetables. He regularly meets with residents and relatives for their feedback, too. Special diets are catered for and chef makes sure that soft and pureed foods are presented attractively to get mouths watering.
My great aunt has been resident at Warrior Park for approx a year. She died a few weeks ago as she had diabetes and myeloma. The care at Warrior Park was very good. My great aunt had complex nursing needs and was demanding but despite this she was well cared for and happy.
My dad is a 92 year very frail gentleman. His previous home was under closure by the CQC and we were told on the 21st December he was to move by 15th January. As you can imagine this was distressing not only for my dad but also us as a family. The manager went out of her way, by giving up her day off on a Saturday to ensure dads admission went smoothly. I cannot fault any member of staff we have come into contact with, all of whom have shown to be caring, compassionate and competent. Within three days of dad being there the staff had developed good relationships with dad and ourselves, the family. He has been shown lots of warmth and kindness, something that was greatly lacking in his previous care home. I cannot fault our experience in this home to date and I am sure the dedicated team will continue to excel. I am in the profession personally holding the role of Home Manager in a local competitor home and therefore am aware of what good quality care is. Dad had nothing but excellent quality care. I would highly recommend this home.
My great aunt has Alzheimer's and has been in Warrior Park now over a year. She was previously sectioned under the mental health act and the whole situation had been very distressing. Since arriving at Warrior Park she has been well cared for and is now settled and safe in her own little world. The new manager is excellent and the home is well run. Staff are very caring and always keep in touch to provide updates if there is anything of concern. Visits are now much easier and it is such a relief to know my great aunt is in safe hands.
Types of care
This is for those who may need some help with daily activities such as eating, washing,...
People living with dementia have different needs, so either a residential or nursing care home...
Someone may need nursing care if they have a certain physical condition or difficulties. This...
Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Warrior Park Care Home whether...
Warrior Park Care Home also offers specialist help for adults and young people with different...
Facilities & services
Making care special is at the heart of Warrior Park Care Home in Hartlepool. 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
- Sensory gardens
- Flat screen TV in lounge
11 Jan 2017
As Big Ben’s chimes welcomed in New Year, many of us were thinking about resolutions we’d start and attempt to maintain throughout 2017.
Whilst many of us were just starting 2017, Gail Starling, Home Manager at Warrior Park Care Home in Hartlepool, and her family were up and about, beginning their resolutions of starting the year on the healthy foot.
Gail Starling, explained: “The Starling family went out on a staggering 15.8 mile walk to welcome in the new year. Although it was all good fun for us, we also wanted to make a difference to the lives of the residents in Warrior Park. So we asked for sponsorship to help us complete the challenge.
“Thanks to everyone’s kind donations we raised £200 which we can use at the home to provide special experiences for the residents on a day to day basis. When I went back into the home and broke the good news, the residents were so excited that they eagerly started talking about how to spend the money.”
Everyone at Four Seasons Health Care strives to provide special experiences for the residents in their care on a daily basis. These experiences can vary depending on the wants and wishes of each individual resident. No matter what it is, as long as we make a difference to residents' lives.
6 Jan 2017
Residents from 8 Four Seasons care homes in Northumberland revived the traditional tea dance when they got together for a social afternoon on Wednesday 21st December 2016 at the New Delaval & Newsham Working Men’s Club. They were joined by friends, relatives and staff, and members of the local community.
As well as taking to the dance floor, guests were invited to take part in a sing-along session and bingo. There was a range of refreshments served and a chance to take part in a raffle.
Rob Heane, Regional Manager for Four Seasons in Northumberland, said, “The social afternoon is a great way for residents to get out enjoying themselves, to meet people from other Four Seasons care homes and engage with members of the wider local community. This event is a regular occurrence, and it’s great to see it go from strength to strength each time we run it. Here’s to the next one.”
The afternoon and early evening dances, with a civilised break for tea and refreshments, are coming back into vogue. Before the 1950s, tea dances were a popular way to socialise; however, they declined in the 60s as the club and disco scene emerged. They are now beginning to make a return to popularity, possibly linked to the success of ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
22 Dec 2016
Residents, relatives and the care team at Warrior Park Care Home in Hartlepool welcomed children from Dyke House Primary School as they performed some Christmas carols.
Gail Starling, Home Manager, said: “I want to thank the pupils for coming in and giving our residents a lovely afternoon. It was nice to see and hear our residents who sometimes have difficulty communicating, singing their hearts out. Thank you so much.”