Kitnocks House Specialist nursing home in Curdridge, near Southampton, Hampshire

Situated in the quiet village of Curdridge near Botley in Hampshire, Kitnocks House is home to 63 residents across 4 specialised units; each designed to support varying complex care and neurological needs as well as provide a comfortable, safe home.

Wickham Road, Curdridge Southampton SO32 2HG
01489 798 244

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Facilities and activities

Kitnocks House is divided into four mixed and gender-specific units, each with its own care team.

En-suite bedrooms and spacious living and dining areas have been designed in alignment with neurological research. The home is built around an easily accessible and safe central garden that allows for strolling and sitting out and gardening.

Our dedicated activities team are specially trained to provide activities that stimulate and enhance quality of life. From arts and crafts, cake decorating and gardening, to shopping and restaurant trips, we support every resident with a tailored hobbies based on their abilities.

Management Team

Our nursing staff are on duty 24 hours a day, ensuring continuity of care. We maintain a high staffing ratio to ensure complex needs can be readily met and our staff are fully always supported. Relationship building between staff and residents as well as their family and friends is a key element in ensuring everyone feels at home.

Annie Lewis

General Manager

Annie qualified as a RGN and Orthopaedic Nurse in the 1980s before spending four years as an officer in the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps where she spent time in the Falkland Islands and on operational standby. Annie has held various senior management roles including regional roles in the field of dementia care and commissioned several services.

Clare Relf

Clinical Manager

Clare qualified as a RMN 19 years ago and started her nursing career in NHS Mental Health facilities. Clare joined Kitnocks House as a Nurse and has been promoted through the ranks to Clinical Manager and is now Cornerstone’s resident, Mental Health Lead.

“With Mum living for just over 10 years with dementia the time came reluctantly to place her in a home. It felt like a lifetime, but 4 homes later she entered Kitnocks House and was finally in the right place. Not only did the staff look after her with true care, but they were able to put a smile on her face despite the dementia and both my sisters and I could finally feel at ease knowing she was safe.”

Son of Kitnocks House Resident

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Safe, high quality care

Kitnocks House is rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC are the independent regulator of health and social care in England.

A ‘good’ rating means we are meeting all expectations set by the CQC and our service is performing well. We are constantly striving to improve our service to residents and welcome feedback to help us provide the best possible care.

The quality of our service is also backed up by independent reviews on, the leading UK Care Home review.

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