Get in Contact with Admiral Court Care Home
Admiral Court is a modern care home in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, providing dementia and nursing care, which is leading the way in care for those living with a form of dementia. Our General Manager, Rebekah, is the current ‘Dementia Care Manager of the Year’ (National Care Awards) and the home has been recognised nationally for its design innovations.
We provide the highest quality of dementia care as well as nursing and palliative care in quiet and comfortable surroundings. We operate a high team member to resident ratio which affords every resident the opportunity to have care provided at their pace, while our Lifestyle and Activities team ensure that the needs of each individual resident are met. Activities range from the energetic and popular Zumba sessions, to the more relaxed walking and gardening clubs.
Facilities such as the ‘Hair Salon’ and the ‘Little Ship Pub’ encourage residents to continue their everyday routines in familiar settings, while the state-of-the-art cinema and the relaxing therapy room are luxurious retreats. There is also a large café just inside our reception where residents and their family and friends can enjoy fresh coffee and homemade cakes.
Visit us today and see for yourself why Admiral Court is one of the leading care homes in Leigh-on-sea, how we enable residents living with dementia to continue to live life to the full, and perhaps even do things they could no longer do in their own home.
Did you know? We host a weekly day centre for Essex Dementia Care which enables local people living with dementia to experience a day in a care home setting.
Find our latest CQC report here
We are proud to be part of the National Your Care Rating Survey, see our results here
At a glance
- Dementia Care
- Nursing Care
- Hair Salon
- Therapy Room
- Landscaped Gardens
- Rummage Room
- Activity Club House
Meet the team
Rebekah Smith - General Manager
I joined Admiral Court in 2012, working to maintain the highest standards, and have since won Dementia Care Manager of the Year at the National Care Awards. I qualified as a nurse in 1990, working on general medical wards and in occupational health, moving onto nurse recruitment and care management. I live in Southend with my partner and two dogs.
“I have been blown away by the level of care received by the team” -
“Without a shadow of a doubt I know the best decision we ever made was to move our beloved Mum into Admiral Court” -
“I have been delighted with the care my father in law has” -