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About Claremont Parkway
Claremont Parkway Care Home in Kettering provides outstanding residential, respite and nursing care to the Northamptonshire area.
Set in the south of Kettering, not far from Wicksteed Park, the home has a long history within the community and has built up strong ties with local groups, schools and societies. We encourage independent living for our residents as well as a sense of ownership over the home, helping them to feel valued in our warm, welcoming community.
- Thriving, friendly elderly community
- Exciting and stimulating activities schedule
- Restaurant quality dining and snacks produced by our in-house chef
- All rooms are en-suite and have a flat screen TV/DVD player
This care home benefits from bright, spacious lounges, beautifully appointed rooms and lush garden areas. Residents can join in the fun of activities in any of our main lounges, or use one of our dedicated quiet lounges for a quiet moment reading or relaxing.
Secure and secluded gardens are partly maintained by our residents' gardening club who use the raised beds to produce beautiful, seasonal blooms for everyone to enjoy. In the warmer months we like to take coffee or tea on the patio with a selection of freshly homemade treats and snacks provided by our in-house chef.
We also love our conservatories, one which overlooks the gardens - perfect for watching the world go by, even if the weather is not as clement as we would like it.
An activities schedule is developed by our dedicated Activity and Leisure Coordinators, who organise games, crafts and reminiscence therapy sessions for residents. They also arrange trips out to local places of interest, such as the nearby cinema.
Other activities include sing-a-longs and music sessions gathered around the baby grand piano. Our musically inclined residents are welcome to have a tinkle on the ivories and to share their favourite songs. We also regularly receive visits from professional musicians and singers to provide good old fashioned entertainment.
Activity Coordinators include the local community as much as possible in care home life, whether it's a visit from school children, who can hear first hand stories about residents’ lives, or a visiting donkey or parrot from local animal charities.
Residents can be involved in all our activities as much or as little as they like, and we tailor our schedule to fit residents’ preferences. Community and companionship are important to us and the residents; we find that new friendships are gained through the friendly atmosphere that develops as a result of our group activities.
The beauty parlour is always full and buzzing with conversation as residents have their hair done or enjoy the treatments offered by our in-house and visiting therapists. We feel that in addition to the high level of care our residents receive, everyone deserves to be pampered!
Fine Dining at Claremont Parkway
We take our food very seriously at our Kettering care home, providing fresh, locally sourced and seasonal breakfasts, lunches and dinners to a restaurant standard. Our chef takes pride in the variety and quality of the dining experience and always makes time to hear feedback from the residents (and it's usually a clean plate!)
All our meals are nutritionally-balanced (even with a few tasty treats whipped up by the kitchen every now and again) and we can cater for any special dietary requirements.
Residents are offered an aperitif before the evening meal, which is always a vibrant social event in itself. Visiting family are welcome to join us for the good natured, communal dining experience we enjoy at Claremont Parkway.
As with many of our other care homes, we offer free Wi-Fi and computer access to help residents keep in touch with family and friends. We also ensure support for those without experience using a computer.
The home's ARIES programme provides a formal way for residents’ families to give feedback to the carers and management at Claremont Park Care Home, helping us to make improvements and take forward new ideas at Claremont Parkway.
Get in Touch
We are easily accessed from the A14, just down the road from the Kettering Park Hotel. Why not give our care home manager Tracey Berry a call on 01536 484494 01536 629054 01536 484494 01536 484494 Or, contact us online here.
News from Claremont Parkway
Kind Words about Claremont Parkway
"He particularly enjoyed the activities and the food – even though his appetite was poor..."C and Family - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
"We would like to express our sincere thanks for all your nursing care and devotion..."D. B., D. and Families - Monday, November 26, 2012
A short note to say thank you for your kindness, sincere thoughts, but most of all thank you for being there when I needed you.M. B. - Sunday, December 2, 2012
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone involved in the care of my mum for the last ten years.J. - Saturday, January 19, 2013
The warm, caring, friendly atmosphere never fails to impress me.H. W. - Friday, March 15, 2013
Thank you also for the warmth and welcoming you showed us whenever we visited and telephoned.T. M. and V. - Tuesday, April 23, 2013
We know that you all helped her in lots of ways to make her feel comfortable, entertained, and looked after.J. T. - Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Thank you very much for looking after my sister. You are all very kind and helpful to us all.L. and Family - Tuesday, April 23, 2013
"Please accept my thanks for the professionalism, kindness and consideration with which my mother was treated..."D. J. - Tuesday, November 6, 2012
"Sincerity, kindness, compassion, helpfulness...."David and Sheila T. - Thursday, August 16, 2012
She had special affection for her care staff...David J. - Tuesday, November 6, 2012
She was treated with the utmost kindness and attention..Philip Q - Wednesday, October 10, 2012
"Sincerity, kindness, compassion, helpfulness and informative are but a few words that spring to mind."D and S. T. - Tuesday, May 8, 2012
"Going the extra mile is common at Claremont both in nursing and expression of genuine warmth..."A. and E. S. - Thursday, August 16, 2012
"The compassion shown to us both when it was clear that Mum was failing was remarkable..."A.W. and H.B. (and families) - Tuesday, November 15, 2011