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Our greatest joy is nursing residents and making them feel at home

 

Our mission is to provide the best service, care, and facilities for your loved ones

The Langston Nursing Home team is particularly concerned that each person is recognised as an individual with whom care arrangements are discussed, planned and regularly reviewed.

Our approach makes The Langston Nursing Home something very special. Not too large, we can recreate an intimate, family home feel while still providing the kind of 24 hour care expected.

“Our greatest joy is nursing residents and making them feel at home”

The Langston Nursing Home located near the village of Kingham, Chipping Norton, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the Water, and Churchill village within Oxfordshire offering a wide range of services including, day care, respite care, long term nursing/residential care, holiday relief for carers, rehabilitation, and short term nursing/residential care.

The Langston Nursing Home team is dedicated to:

 

  • Working with patients and their family, friends and medical advisors, to formulate plans of care that support their independence, dignity and privacy, and that consider their individual needs and capabilities

  • Ensuring that the care, treatment and comfort provided is the best possible

  • Extending help, understanding and support unconditionally wherever and whenever required

  • Creating a happy, caring and safe environment, and the maintain and enhance each individual’s quality of life

  • Providing high quality nursing care with sensitivity and understanding within a happy, warm and comfortable environment

  • Offering a reassuring and homely environment that is always open and welcoming to relatives and friends

  • Treating residents as individuals and not making the home as institutionalised

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Our Philosophy

 

  • Working with patients and their family, friends and medical advisors, to formulate plans of care that support their independence, dignity and privacy, and that consider their individual needs and capabilities

  • Ensuring that the care, treatment and comfort provided is the best possible

  • Extending help, understanding and support unconditionally wherever and whenever required

  • Creating a happy, caring and safe environment, and the maintain and enhance each individual’s quality of life

  • Providing high quality nursing care with sensitivity and understanding within a happy, warm and comfortable environment

  • Offering a reassuring and homely environment that is always open and welcoming to relatives and friends

  • Treating residents as individuals and not making the home as institutionalised