Welcome to Beech Tree House Care Home
Beech Tree House, a carefully modernised and extended former Edwardian family home, is close to the town centre of Goole in Yorkshire's lovely East Ridings. It is close to the railway station and the M62 so getting out and about in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside is easy.
At Beech Tree House Care Home residents are considered part of the family. We put their health and happiness at the heart of everything we do, and our dedicated team of nurses and carers 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 Beech Tree House Care Home
We have a varied programme of activities organised by an activities coordinator. This is based on what the people living here tell us they like doing. Forthcoming events are displayed on the notice board.
Day trips to garden centres, the seaside and shopping centres are regularly organised and residents go on holiday twice a year to places such as Llandudno, Blackpool and Skegness.
A friendly environment. The staff are very helpful. It is situated near a road where many people pass so the residents have plenty to see. The staff take the residents on many outings. Beech Tree also has beautiful garden which the residents and visitors are able to sit out in during the summer.
The care my mum has received in the time she has been a resident, nearly 4 years now, is excellent.
She is 96 now and I am sure that being cared for as she is now by the home and myself has prolonged her life.
My mother has previously been a temporary resident in other care homes in the Howden/Goole area and in comparison we've found that Beech tree House provides the best overall care.
The care provider in Beech Tree House is very good. Staff are always very friendly and polite. The home is always kept clean and tidy. Food is of a very high standard and mum is given a choice at meal times. Mum's memory is very poor but the staff seem happy to involve her in activities to make her stay more enjoyable.
I would recommend this care home to others. I find it has a homely feel to it.
My mum is well cared for and is fairly happy. She misses conversation with other residents and staff (the latter are fairly busy and unfortunately cannot always spare the time) as she is blind and suffers with macular degeneration. Clearly she cannot engage/initiate conversation much as she can't see.
Have recommended Beech Tree to other people and I'm pleased with the care that is given, also the quality of the food.
My mother has been a resident in Beech Tree House for three years, I'm happy with all aspects of care she receives. I'm always kept well informed of any changes/problems in her well being.
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...
Respite care, or short-stay care, means someone can stay at Beech Tree House Care Home whether...
Facilities & services
Making care special is at the heart of Beech Tree House Care Home in Goole. 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
- Landscaped gardens
- Flat screen TV in lounge
24 Apr 2017
As delayed transfers of care remain at record highs, how can we reduce unnecessary hospital stays for older people? That was the key question at an HSJ event held in association with Four Seasons Health Care.
The roundtable heard that the healthcare system often finds reasons not to deal with care home residents and looked at the success of an innovative collaboration between the NHS and care homes in Belfast.
With a collaborative approach between care homes and the NHS, older people are able to leave hospital and receive expert care, whilst assessing whether their long term future would be in their current home or a local care home. “The idea is that it would provide short term rehabilitation in conjunction with the two trusts in that area. The joint partnerships with the trusts I’ve worked with have just been amazing, and that’s what makes it work”, explained Janice Brown, Four Seasons’ regional manager for the Belfast and Newtownabbey area.
In addition to the improvements from a collaborative solution, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust reported that the joint partnership approach of providing a bed in a care home reduced their yearly cost by more than half.
You can read further thoughts and insights from the HSJ Roundtable, in association with Four Seasons Health Care, at HSJ Roundtable Guides
2 Mar 2017
A gentleman who used the respite service at Beech Tree House Care Home in Goole has thanked the team for all of their help in getting him back on his feet.
The team at Beech Tree House received a heartfelt thank you letter from the gentleman, encouraging the home to keep doing what it was doing to provide respite care for everyone in the community.
Margaret Allsop, Home Manager, explains: “The gentleman took advantage of the respite service we offer here at Beech Tree. He has been managing at home with his wife since he was diagnosed with Polio at the age of 22.
“He began to lose his upper body strength, so needed some help and a care package putting into place to help him continue with his day to day life. He was assessed and shown how his daily life could be improved with the help of some care tools, and the gentleman looked forward to returning home to his wife.
“Respite care like this is worthwhile, as it can help to identify and address care needs as appropriate. It’s a great way we can make a difference to people’s lives.”
With regards to the service he received, the gentleman praised the team at Beech Tree House. He said: “I have enjoyed my stay and would recommend this place to anyone without a second thought. The way you are treated and helped, makes me lost for words. The tea, do such a marvellous job and I cannot thank you them enough for the support I have had during my stay at Beech Tree’.
28 Feb 2017
Residents at Beech Tree House Care Home in Goole, danced the afternoon away, all in the name of love as they celebrated Valentine’s Day.
Margaret Allsop, Home Manager, explained: “We threw a huge party to celebrate the day of love. We welcomed in a singer who performed a number of love songs, as well as some other favourite hits much to the delight of the residents, relatives and care team. Some of whom enjoyed the singing so much they got up and danced. It was a lovely way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.”
Contact our care home
If you'd like to arrange a visit to Beech Tree House Care Home in Goole, or talk to us about our care options, please call, email, or fill in the contact form.
Care home manager: Margaret Allsop
240 Boothferry Road, Goole, DN14 6AJ