Registered Care

Bath Mind manages a registered support home at 82 Lower Oldfield Park in Bath, on behalf of Places for People who own the property.

The home provides non-nursing care and support for eight people aged between 18 - 65 with long term mental health problems. Staff at the home ensure individual privacy, maintain individual rights and work towards ensuring individual choice and fulfilment. These aims are made meaningful through the creation of individual care plans.

The house is a eight bedroomed, four storey home in a 'cosmopolitan' and sought after area of Bath. The house is conveniently placed close to a bus route which takes you into the centre of Bath and is close to local amenities on Moorland Road.

82 Lower Oldfield Park has one communal lounge,a kitchen/diner, five bathrooms and toilets and eight private bedrooms. All rooms are situated over four floors accessed by stairs. The home also has large maintained gardens for residents to enjoy. Please note the home and gardens are not wheelchair accessible. 

The residents are supported 24 hours a day, seven days a week by the Housing Services Manager and his team of care workers. The team provides encouragement, support and assistance to residents in order to improve their quality of life, freedom and independence, with a view to move on to minimum supported housing when appropriate. Help is available for the residents to maintain or improve their physical and mental by encouraging self management and taking as much responsibility for their own lives as possible.

All residents have their own key care worker and access to community services.

Residents must be supported by a mental health team from within the Avon & Wiltshire Mental Health NHS Partnership Trust, i.e. a psychiatrist, CPN, Social Worker or the Rehabilitation Team.

In some instances referrals are accepted from other Primary Care Trusts but only in partnership agreement with all the authorities involved.

The home is regularly inspected by the Care Quality Commission  (formally the Commission for Social Care Inspection) and has been quality rated as two star, meaning that residents experience good quality outcomes.

Click here to view the latest Care Quality Commission report 


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