Pentree Lodge is a residential care home for fifteen individuals with a diagnosed mental health condition
We cater for all ages and genders, religions and cultures. The home supports each individual in care which is customised to them.
Our purpose is to provide accommodation, with dignity and privacy. To provide a safe, secure environment whilst encouraging positive development with regard to confidence, self-esteem and social inclusion. The home is staffed 24 hours a day,
The registered provider is Lesley Richardson, who has over 30 years of direct experience of working in a supervisory role with individuals with mental health difficulties. Lesley is a qualified Registered Mental Health Nurse, and has worked with both adults and adolescents within the sphere of mental illness all of her working life and has been the proprietor of mental health residential care homes since 1988.
how we are tackling Coronavirus
Regular testing and temperature checks for staff, visitors, and residents.
Full PPE provided.
Enhanced cleaning routine.
Vaccinations now taking place/
Safety measures for new residents in place.
We can support with virtual visits by telephone or video communication, and also have the facilities to use these means for professional contact.
Where possible, face to face visits take place outside in a quiet area of the garden. With the Cornish weather in mind, this is not always possible! Therefore, we have a dedicated separate area of the home that we can use for indoor visits. Visits must be prebooked to ensure this area is available and can be thoroughly sanitised, and visitors are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to their visit to undertake a test. Entrance into the home will only be granted if this test indicates a negative result. Visitors are asked to wear appropriate PPE and practice good hand hygiene throughout the duration of their visit.