RESIDENTIAL CARE WITH A CHRISTIAN ETHOS
RUGBY FREE CHURCH HOMES FOR THE AGED
A Christian Home for Residential and
Dementia Care of the Elderly
Bilton House is a residential home with a Christian ethos, offering care for the elderly. Within a caring environment, residents are supported to be as independent as possible.
The Registered Care Manager leads a dedicated team of over 50 staff to ensure that Bilton House is more than a place to live - it is home.
This is the original building, with the main lounge, reminiscence room and the activities room. A small quiet prayer room is available nearby. There are bedrooms on the ground and first floors which are accessible both by the main staircase and a lift. The second floor contains storgae areas, a soon to be completed training room and a fully furnished twin room with ensuite facilities for any relatives who wish to stay overnight.
Bilton House activities are arranged with a holistic approach to care (physical, social, spiritual) and a knowledge of individual preference. Our Activities Organiser arranges an enjoyable variety of activities eg, armchair exercises, craft sessions and trips out for coffee.
The large, attractive gardens are well maintained. There is a wide, block-paved path around the outer edge where residents frequently enjoy a stroll or just a time to sit and admire the view.
A TRUE “HOME FROM HOME”
Become a Resident
If you would like to make Bilton House your home, now or sometime in the future, you need to contact the home and complete an application form. It is quite normal to be on the waiting list but not yet ready to take up residence.
Our Registered Care Manager/Deputy or Assistant Manager will assess your individual needs and usually encourage people to come to Bilton House for a visit and assessment, with an option to stay for lunch or even spend a trial day with us.
Rated “Good” in ALL areas by the CQC
“People told us staff were kind and caring and had the right skills and experience to provide the care and support they required. Staff treated people in a way that respected their dignity and promoted their independence. People were encouraged to maintain their interests and take part in social activities.”
- Care Quality Commission
“A big thank you for the loving care and assistance”
" The atmosphere at Bilton House was warm and positive. We were impressed by the way staff treated all the residents as individuals. If tenderness was called for it was offered but there were also examples of great fun and jollity if this was appropriate. Staff were always on the lookout for any resident who was in discomfort and their response to those who were unwell was professional and timely."
- Mr and Mrs Taylor (Rugby)