FAQ's of Dauntsey House
1. What happens if I become ill?
Dauntsey House are a residential home and cannot offer full nursing care. However if any of the Residents become ill they can be cared for at Dauntsey House unless their doctor decides differently
4. When can any family and friends visit?
As Dauntsey House is your home, there are no restrictions and visitors are welcome at anytime although we do ask where possible to avoid mealtimes. Visitors who have traveled far are welcome to join you for a meal. Please let us know in advance.
2. Can I bring my own furniture with me to Dauntsey House?
The only limit placed on residents wishing to bring their own furniture is the size of the room and safety regulations. Dauntsey House actively encourages Residents to bring their own small items of furniture and ornaments as it helps them to settle in. Dauntsey House is happy to discuss the feasibility of bringing you own specialist items into the room you have chosen.
5. Can I come and go as I please?
Residents are free to come and go as they please. All we ask is that you let us know that you are going out and if possible where to, who with and what time we can expect your return. Any medication that you need to take whilst you are out will be prepared for you.
3. What activities does Dauntsey House offer?
Dauntsey House offers a range of activities from outings, entertainment in the Home, music and movement, bingo, quizzes, hairdresser and chiropodist. Activities vary depending on each residents requests and wishes. We do everything possible to meet your individual choice of activities.
6. Can I smoke?
Smoking can be a danger as an accident with a match, lighter or cigarette could lead to fire in the Home. This is one of the reasons we operate a no smoking policy.