Welcome to Mayfair Lodge
Mayfair Lodge is a modern, purpose built care home offering a range of care services for the older community. Ideally situated in the heart of Potters Bar, the home benefits from excellent transport links with both the M25 and A1M nearby.
The highly skilled and friendly team at Mayfair Lodge offer both residential and specialist dementia care, as well as short breaks and day care.
Day care is for those living within the local community who don't need full-time residential care but could do with a little extra support. It gives the chance to meet people and socialise more as well as get out and try different activities.
About Mayfair Lodge
About Mayfair Lodge
At Mayfair Lodge you will find a wide range of communal areas including lounges, cosy corners, dining rooms, themed areas and more.
You can also enjoy the privacy of your own room. All bedrooms are fully furnished and include en-suite facilities, but you are welcome to bring in your own possessions and make it your own.
If you enjoy the outdoors you will find a beautifully landscaped garden with raised flower beds and colourful plants surrounding the home, all designed to stimulate the senses. Within the home you will find our team of Activity Care Workers who are on hand to plan a wide range of activities for you to enjoy.
Our services and facilities
We always aim to offer a full range of services to meet our residents’ needs, whatever they may be. The list below details everything on offer at this home, if you’re looking for something that’s not available here, just give us a call on 01707 393293 to find out if one of our other homes may be better suited to your needs.
Types of care we support
Welcome to Mayfair Lodge Q Club. Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 3.30pm, our Potters Bar club offers day guests the opportunity to make new friends, whilst taking part in a choice of activities.
During their day with us, all of our Q Club members also have access to a range of personal services, from hairdressing to chiropody, all from within a comfortable and homely environment.
The Mayfair Q Club team would be delighted to welcome your family member into our Potters Bar club. Within the club, the team organise a range of activities from crosswords and quizzes to arts and crafts and baking. We always make a point of celebrating special occasions, such as our member’s birthdays and nation-wide events!”
Meet our team
My priority is communication, I make sure I’m understood and understand others and value and respect their input.
The Home Manager runs all aspects of the home, taking care of the business side of things and ensuring their home provides a high standard of care. While each Manager brings their own flair to the role, they do all have some qualities in common, especially their leadership and organisational skills. The role is very varied, involving plenty of resident interaction alongside the more administrative work to keep the home running smoothly. Our Managers typically hold, or are working towards, a relevant qualification and have proven experience in caring for older people.
The Deputy Home Manager shares responsibility with the Home Manager for running the home. Deputy Managers will each bring their own skillset to the home, some offering more assistance with the business side of things while others focus largely on care. However, whether they look at it from a business or care perspective, the focus of the Deputy is always to ensure that their home is offering the very best quality of life for our residents. Experienced and either holding or working towards their qualifications, Deputy Home Managers are capable and driven to providing the best of everything for their residents.
The Chef Manager organises every aspect of the catering operation and provides a safe, nutritious, quality service to our residents using freshly produced food. With a hands-on role, leading a team, they provide a quality catering service and help create a warm and friendly atmosphere for our residents. Working with our residents they help to create menus to meet their needs and suit their tastes. They also create and provide fine dining events, using Quantum Care’s award-winning Dining Club concept.
I enjoy my job because no two days are alike and I like the challenges that my role brings.
Keeping the team of Housekeepers running as it should is the Housekeeping Manager. Supervising and organising their teams is just part of it as these Managers work alongside them to keep the home clean and inviting. The comfort of residents is the most important thing to our Housekeeping Managers which is why they work so hard to create an environment in which residents can’t help but feel at home. Multi-tasking and communication skills are some of the most important of the Housekeeping Manager’s qualities as they and their team create a home where resident’s dignity is never compromised and independence is always encouraged. Our Housekeeping Managers ensure that all areas of our home are safe, clean, well maintained and presented in a way to create a warm and homely environment. They have an important role in maintaining our infection, prevention and control standards to make sure our residents stay well.
The Administrator will focus on the smooth running of the home; in whatever area they may be needed. From greeting visitors to recruiting, the Administrator is present in many aspects of life in the home, even if you don’t always see them! To be successful in the role, our Administrators have to be flexible and calm, able to multi-task and always keen to take on a new challenge. It’s often the Administrator that brings the IT skills to a home, helping them to keep everything organised. Above that though, Administrators are communicators, able to speak confidently and listen closely to everyone from Managers and Care Workers to visitors and residents.
The Receptionist plays a key part in keeping the home operating as it should. The role involves everything from dealing with phone enquiries to showing around prospective residents. Organisational and communication skills are a must for a Receptionist as it’s these qualities that allow them to make life in the home easier for their colleagues and residents. Often the first person you’ll speak to when you come to the home, the Receptionist represents the company with a professional manner, friendly approach, and commitment to high-quality care.
Carollers and Mr Claus
Mayfair Lodge in Potters Bar enjoyed a visit from some carollers outside their units (their very own Mayfair Lodge Fundraising Friends) and some gifts delivered by Santa himself!
Christmas is coming!
Christmas is fast approaching, and all the homes are having fun decorating all their lounges ready for the festive season. Mayfair Lodge in Potters Bar had Zach and Katie decorating with a little bit of help from the residents – looking very sparkly!
If you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like to book a visit or enquire about vacancies at the home, please fill out this form and we will contact you as soon as possible.
We aim to respond to each enquiry promptly and will address yours as soon as possible. Please note your preferred mode of contact and any times you may be unavailable to help us respond when is most convenient.
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