“The care and attention my wife, as a palliative care resident, received was absolutely outstanding. All the staff were courteous, caring and knowledgeable and my wife couldn’t have been in better hands for the period up to her sad demise”
“My aunt has been in the home since August 2018. We can visit any time of the day. Her room is bright and she can look out at trees. She is bedridden. She was very poorly when she went in, but now she looks brighter. On her 100th Birthday, she was presented with flowers and a beautiful cake with cream and strawberries from the staff.
She is being excellently looked after”.
“The Wray Common Care Home completely changed our family’s view of nursing homes. They were, luckily, able to welcome our 98-year-old mother straight from the local hospital for end of life care. That was a real relief to us. All the staff constantly smiled and made us feel pleased that our mother was in such good hands for the specialist skilled nursing that she needed. Her bedroom was elegant, beautifully appointed with lovely views. It was similar to her room at home. We were able to visit whenever we wanted and to take personal items to make it feel more familiar. For the five weeks that our mother stayed at the Wray Common, we couldn’t have asked for kinder more constant care: we will never forget their friendship and reassurances. Thank you to the manager and all the wonderful team for all you did during that special time. Top marks to you all.”
“Wray Common was very clean, fully equipped and well run. The staff were very professional and appropriately qualified. My mother had a comfortable room and was very well cared for. The home paid attention to her needs, both practical and emotional. The staff were friendly, helpful and respected her wishes and needs. Most days she was able to enjoy the company of other residents for lunch and afternoon activities. If she did not feel up to this, she could have her meals in her own room. She was very happy there for her last year and died there with peace and dignity”.
“My Aunt’s stay at this home made a great difference to her peace of mind and general wellbeing. The staff were friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. My Aunt was glad to have the feeling of having her own private room and bathroom, she was glad to have friends visit and I was glad to be able to have tea and cake with my aunt.
The staff have been good to me also.”
“From the first day my mum entered Wray Common she was treated with respect, kindness and love, they were her family when we weren’t able to be with her. She was offered the chance to sit in the lounge but Mum likes her own room and television and they respected her wishes. She did enjoy the parties and everyone who ever passed her door always spoke to her. Sadly she passed away in July, comfortable with dignity. As a family, we can’t thank Wray Common enough.”