Wolston Grange Dementia Care Home

 "Opening Hearts and Minds" 


 02476 542912

Part of the Pinnacle Care group of residential homes, at Wolston Grange we believe in person-centred care.

Encouraging and empowering residents to be individuals, to be active and involved, and to retain interests and hobbies as far as possible.

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Welcome to Wolston Grange. 

Specialist Dementia Care Home situated near to Rugby, Warwickshire

Just down the road from Wolston village and set amongst twenty acres of beautiful, English countryside is Wolston Grange - a long established, family owned and run residential home. We support individuals living with dementia or with mental health needs by providing short and long term stays, respite and day care. Our home provides more than just care.

Wolston Grange has been extensively remodelled to provide highly individualised support and personal care at all times in our three specialised environments:

  • Built in 2010, the Barns is a five-bedroom modern barn conversion providing support encouragement for young people with early-onset dementia. The staff pride themselves on knowing what a younger person with early-onset dementia needs and provides comfortable rooms to ensure a happy, welcoming and homely environment for all residents.
  • The Lodge is a 6-bedded area attached to the main home that provides support and encouragement with daily living tasks for young people with mental health needs. The Lodge has a devoted, multi-skilled team who have adopted a person-centred approach to care, adapting to a residents' needs in a purpose built environment.
  • The Wolston Grange main house is a specialist care facility for elderly people living with dementia. It has 26 spacious rooms, specifically designed for maximum comfort and relaxation.<

Wolston Grange’s scenic location lends itself nicely to plenty of green-fingered activities. The home has access to a lake for fishing, a crazy-golf course and an on-site vegetable allotment which the residents love tending to! Our residential home is also the home of a abundance of wildlife; our pet chickens also make for egg-cellent entertainment!

Residents have a choice of comfortable, communal lounges where they can enjoy pursuing hobbies and interests or just simply relax. We have a cake shop and a bar when our residents enjoy catching up and socialising. Our team of highly qualified, caring and attentive staff focus on the individual personalities of all our residents. Their dedication and excellence can be observed across all aspects of care including hospitality, cooking and in organising activities and excursions for all of the residents such as aromatherapy, chess and cookery, as well as physical activities including cycling, gardening and painting and decorating.

Wolston Grange provides the highest quality of care in a warm and homely environment. A daughter of one of our residents says:

“My mother was a resident of Wolston Grange for four years. During her time there she was always treated with kindness. The open door visiting policy meant that I could call in at any time. Never once did I find my mother anything other than clean and well dressed. My mother loved having her hair and nails done.” 

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In the recent Care Quality Commission report Wolston Grange obtained positive feedback in all categories. The full report can be found here.

Whether you need somewhere immediately for a friend or relative, or are planning for the future you can always email us at wolston@pinnaclecare.co.uk or call us on 024 7654 2912.

Registered Manager

DSC_0163.jpgMy name is Amber Bond. I am registered manager of Wolston Grange.

I have been manager for the past 5 years, first at Elmhurst Assisted Living and Care facility and then, following promotion, for 2 years at Wolston Grange Care Home.

During my childhood, my parents fostered people living with dementia and I grew up surrounded by older people and people living with dementia in my own home. I started working in care when I was 16 years old at a day care facility at the weekends, and have since gone on to obtain my level 3 and level 5 diploma in Health and Social Care specifically following the Dementia Pathway. 

I am thoroughly enjoying the challenge of a larger home supporting people living with dementia and younger people with mental health needs. I am a very hands on manager and have high standards of care both for myself and my staff. I pride myself on being an approachable manager to staff and relatives alike.