At Rayner House Care home in Solihull we believe there’s so much more to being looked after than just practical assistance and physical health.
Our aim is to provide a wide range of opportunities to enable our residents to be in good health, to be mentally stimulated, to feel good, and to look good too.
All our residents are registered with our local GP practice who send a doctor to visit us every week, to address any concerns that any of our residents may have.
We also arrange for vision and hearing tests to be conducted on site at our residential care home in Solihull. Additional medical appointments can be arranged, such as chiropodists, for an additional charge.
The biggest difference we see in people’s mental health is when they’re not alone. Rayner House care home in Solihull offers a community full of caring staff and like-minded residents.
Whether our residents are happy to sit quietly, alongside others, or want to join in some of our varied and lively activities and events, they never need feel alone or lonely.
We value people from all sections of society and cultures.
Everyone is treated with dignity and respect as an individual. Those of faith are able to follow their beliefs and visits to external places of worship can be arranged, subject to staff availability.
Families and friends can visit our residential care home in Solihull at any time and are welcome to attend our special events, such as our annual BBQ. We also have a guest room that can accommodate 2 adults at only £25 - £35 per night for those that want to visit their loved one but live a long way away.
We have partnered up with our local primary school, and the children visit our adult day centre in Solihull each week. It’s heart-warming to watch five-year-olds interact with 80-year-olds and to hear the laughter and see special bonds developing. At Christmas time, the children come over to sing carols to our residents, and we are invited over to watch their nativity show.