TWO CEDARS is a small residential home offering holistic care in a homely environment and was registered with The Commission for Social Care Inspection and is now registered with the Care Quality Commission and has not yet been rated, however Two Cedars had a Care Quality Commission report published in December 2013 which stated it was meeting all the required standards.
Two Cedars achieved the Investors in People Award in 2010 and has now been awarded Silver Status in 2015. Two cedars has been given a Food Hygiene Rating of 5 'VERY GOOD' by the National Food Standards Agency and Borough of Poole.
Built in 1908, it is situated in the village of Broadstone, Dorset. Broadstone offers good shopping and recreational facilities, general practitioners, dental surgeries and a Library. Wimborne and Poole are both only three miles away.
Two Cedars has seventeen furnished, comfortable bedrooms, which are all above the National Minimum Standards in size. They are freshly decorated, clean, well heated and ventilated. Each has en-suite washing and toilet facilities. Accommodation and care is provided for male and / or female residents aged 65 years and over.
Two Cedars has a spacious lounge and patio doors with easy access leading to a large secluded patio and half acre of mature gardens with lily pond and flowerbeds and is available for the use of residents and their visitors.
A communal dining room is available and residents have the option of participating with others at meal times or having meals in their rooms. A fully nutritional choice of menu is provided consisting of three meals a day. Snacks and a choice of drinks are available at any time.
All residents have their own personal rooms, with lockable doors, 24-hour call system, TV and telephone access and are able to personalise them with their own belongings. Forthcoming social and recreational events are displayed on the Residents Notice Board in the Hall.