With its unique street interior design, Innage Grange gives you the feeling of being outside while being in a safe environment. Its design enables service users to sit and watch all that is going on and to socialise with each other.
Originally built some 25 years ago, Coverage Care bought the home five years ago and since then added an entirely new unit comprising 31 en-suite nursing rooms.
Innage Grange now caters for residential service users with and without dementia, and has a nursing wing catering for both people living with dementia and needing nursing care, and general nursing clients on two separate units.
With this wide range of services it is hoped you can remain within the home even if your care needs change. We have established excellent relations with local GPs and the wider primary health care team. In addition we can offer appointments with other health professionals, such as opticians, dentists and the local chiropodist.
The gardens at Innage Grange are accessible to all with a courtyard and private space, and these truly provide a haven in the summer months.
As with all Coverage Care homes the meals are freshly cooked on the premises by our own catering team. We can of course cater for all dietary needs and there is always a good choice of food on offer.
There is always something going on at Innage Grange, from Black Country nights to barbeque events, to suit all tastes.
Please come and visit us and have a look at what we can offer.
One of our clients' family testimonial:
'To all the Nurses and Staff at Innage Grange particularly in the Kensington wing
I would like to this opportunity of thanking all of you at Innage for the care and consideration that you gave my Mum in the three and a half years that she was with you.
She was in a care home for more than 10 years after she became unable to look after herself and I can very clearly say that she had the best care when she was with you of all the years and I very much appreciate all the kindness that you showed my Mum with very little in the way of return given her condition.'