Penny Pot Care Home was opened in 1950 by a committee of various clubs within the county of Essex, and its founder was Lady Courtauld who opened the home to give elderly people the companionship, security and worry-free life they desired.
The home was bought by the current owner, Ms. Debbie Carson, in 2007, and has gone from strength to strength, with an amazing and diverse workforce making the home a success.
Penny Pot Care Home is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and Essex County Council. Our latest CQC report can be viewed by clicking on this link.
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Penny Pot at a Glance
Penny Pot offers 38 bedrooms, 2 of which are double, for the elderly, and those living with dementia, providing the care, companionship, and security that the residents need and want. The home consists of two floors, which include three spacious, homely, lounges, a dining room, sunroom, kitchen, and offices. We also have some blossoming gardens, which can be enjoyed by the residents, staff, and visitors.
We treat everyone as a unique individual and provide them with the support they need in order to have a fulfilling life, with as much independence as possible.
Penny Pot is open to the community, friends, and families. We encourage others to come and spend time with us, to see what we do, and what a difference we make.
As a company, we are praised for our standard of care provided and have a strong management team who push the company to do better and better each year. The Care Home Manager (Mrs Tania Warner), and Care Home Provider (Ms. Debbie Carson) both have extensive knowledge and experience to ensure that the home is always evolving to make sure that we can continue to provide the quality of care that is expected from the company.
Our door is always open and our staff are always available to have a chat and to answer any questions.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on the 25th May 2018. Please read our GDPR Policy to see what this means for you. Our policy can be viewed by clicking here