Chasedale Care Home in Northumberland
A Warm Welcome to Chasedale Care Home, Blyth
You’ll find Chasedale Care Home situated in a quiet residential area near to the North-East coast of England. We are next to the main bus route to Blyth and close to the A189, making us easily accessible for visitors to pop-in for a chat.
Our Care team offers residential care for people who need help with daily tasks, as well as residential dementia care where we support residents to maintain their independence and individuality, encouraging social activity and building relationships within the home. We also provide nursing care at Chasedale Care Home in Blyth for those who have complex medical needs, and nursing dementia care provided by specialist teams trained in the complexities of looking after those living with dementia, who may also have other long-term medical conditions.
At Chasedale Care Home, we love to actively encourage residents to take part in all decisions - contributing to everything from the way their room looks, to the therapies they receive.
We run a busy activities programme to make sure our residents get the most out of every day, including days out, and local entertainment. We have good community links, with regular visits from the local church.
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Care Available and Weekly Fees
Prices from £710 pw
Prices from £710 pw
Prices from £710 pw
Prices from £710 pw
See all types of care available at this home
We provide care for those who are publicly funded as well as those paying for their own care. For those who are paying for their own care, our weekly fees are broken down by the main care types we offer.
*Nursing Care - Any contribution by the NHS for nursing care is paid directly to the care home and not included in these indicative prices.
Life at Chasedale Care Home
"I would not hesitate in her going in again."
"They will do anything they possibly can to help the residents and family."
"We would not hesitate to recommend Chasedale."
Learn more about the care available
For people with an on-going medical condition. This is similar to residential care but with the addition of 24-hour support from a team of qualified nurses. Learn More
Nursing Dementia Care
This is 24-hour nursing care provided by specialist teams trained in the complexities of looking after those living with dementia, who may also have other long-term medical conditions. Learn More
Residential support is for people who need a little help with day to day living such as washing, dressing, eating and taking their regular medication. Learn More
Residential Dementia Care
Our residential dementia care services support people to maintain their independence and individuality, encouraging social activity and building relationships within the home. Learn More
Even the most devoted carer needs a break sometimes. Whether it is for a few days or a few weeks, we are here to step in when you or your carer need us. Learn More
Palliative and End of Life Care
This is specialist support for people with a life-limiting illness to relieve their symptoms and make them as comfortable as possible. We understand that this can be a sensitive time and teams offer compassionate support, providing advice or an opportunity to talk. Learn More
For those who only need top-up care, from a bit of extra company during the day to help with everyday things like eating or washing. Some of our homes have a day care service where visitors can enjoy all our activities and spend time with friends in a safe and comfortable setting. Learn More
We empower our residents take better control of their lives by being physically active, building relationships in their community through hobbies and interests and in some cases, gaining voluntary work or employment and learning new skills. Learn More
After a stay in hospital, people who are over the worst can still need a certain amount of care to help with rehabilitation so they can return home with confidence. Our intermediate care beds play a vital role in supporting local health and social care services by offering older people an alternative to an extended stay on a ward. Learn More
If you are looking for care, we meet hundreds of individuals, family members and friends in a similar position and would be happy to show you the home and discuss care options. Please call, email or fill in the form below.
- Tynedale Drive, Blyth, Northumberland, NE24 4LH
Care Home ManagerView bio
Care Home Manager
Sammy is extremely passionate about the health care sector and is dedicated to constantly broadening her knowledge by undertaking numerous qualification. She has worked at Chasedale for almost 16 years, starting as a newly qualified nurse and progressed to being the Home Manager.
Why did you decide to join Four Seasons Health Care?
I was extremely impressed that the company offered a lot of support and development opportunities. Also, the people working here ensured that I would also be able to learn from them too.
What do you enjoy most about your job?
Since starting at Four Seasons Health Care, I have thoroughly enjoyed every role I’ve had whilst progressing within the company. In my current role, it’s fantastic having oversight of how care is delivered to our residents, but also still having quality time with them.
Their individual characters is what drives my compassion and motivation to do what is best for them and the staff that genuinely care for them.
Having worked in other roles, I have always had more sense of job satisfaction within the care sector. After all these years, I still look forward to coming into work each day.
What are your favourite hobbies and pastimes?
I am a mum to two sons who play American football, so I love going to their matches and when they’re not on the pitch, they entertain me with their humour. We also have lots of animals, including chickens that I am constantly chasing away from my aubergines and courgettes!
I have loads of hobbies and interest, including painting, woodcarving and other crafts. Some may say I’m a bit of a nerd as I love to study!
Are there any highlights in your career you are particularly proud of?
I won a national award several years ago in recognition of my work in challenging behaviour and dementia. However, my proudest achievement is my current role. I wanted this position ever since I first started as a care assistant and I worked hard to achieve this.
What are your Qualifications?
I am a qualified psychiatric nurse and I developed one of the country’s first all-male units for challenging behaviours. I continue to develop my knowledge both academically and personally. Having completed my level 5 in Leadership and Management, I have recently signed up for a chartered manager degree with FSHC and level 7 in Operational Management through my own funding.
Also, I have recently qualified as a Reiki master and trainer, qualified herbalist and qualified aromatherapist. Moreover, I am qualified in stroke management, educational psychology, histology and genetics. To add to the list, I am currently studying hypnotism, massage, and crystal therapy.
What top tips would you give someone when looking for the right care home?
Give as much information as you can aboout your relative so that their care can be specifically tailored to them. All the important little things can help you find the right home.
- Contact Number: 01670 759220