Watch our video

Click here to watch our video

Coronavirus - COVID19 Update - Click here for information

The health, safety and well-being of residents, visitors and team members remains our number one priority and as such, we have updated our Contingency Plan, in line with the Government Adult Social Care Winter Plan, as explained below.  Our aim is to protect our residents, visitors, and team members, from infections including coronavirus and ensure that people remain connected.

What we have implemented
During this pandemic we have implemented robust cleaning processes and adapted our environments to minimise the risk of spreading the virus. We have:

  • Ensured that the home has sufficient cleaners for carpets, hard floors, and surfaces
  • Provided the home with air purifying ozone machines
  • Created easy access to a designated room to accommodate indoor visits with glass partitions.
  • Temperature checking has been put in place for people visiting the home.
  • Set up a contactless signing in system, that uses an iPad and QR codes

Social visits will continue, in line with Government advice and that from the local Director of Public Health. Different protocols might be in place, at different times, and we will keep you informed of any changes. Homes will encourage remote contact between residents and their loved ones through technology. Garden visits remain in place, should the weather allow it, as well as a designated safe indoor visiting room.

Activities and Events
We have also risk-assessed our day to day activities and are adhering to social distancing measures.  We are isolating residents and team members who develop COVID-19 related symptoms and shielding residents where appropriate.  Despite the challenges faced from COVID-19, our team is still running a full and engaging programme of activities and have introduced innovative ways to keep residents connected with each other.  We are also pleased to have welcomed back some of the entertainers our residents enjoy, whilst ensuring the social distancing rule of 2-metres is maintained.

New Residents
We continue to welcome new residents to our homes.  We are following robust screening measures for potential exposure to the virus.  New residents are required to have a negative COVID-19 swab test result prior to moving-in.  They benefit from a personalised 14-day settling-in period, allowing the team to explore their likes and dislikes, including the types of food they enjoy and the activities they like to spend their time doing.  Our team members continue to be vigilant for any known signs of the virus.  We have established regular access to GP services and other clinicians.

As ever, we are very proud of the care and love our teams are providing in extremely challenging times.

Are you looking for quality residential care in the Stourbridge area?

You know that you'd do anything for your family and that's just how we feel at Oriel House. We're a family run home and understand how worrying it can be to ensure your loved one is well taken care of.  As soon as they arrive, your loved one will become part of our family and a member of the friendly group of residents that we care for.  We'll give them constant care and attention, support and companionship whilst catering for their every need and personal tastes.  And it doesn't matter whether you're funded privately or by social services, you'll be welcome here. 

Whether on a long-term basis or respite care, our friendly atmosphere instantly puts everyone at ease.  We often hold themed shows that involve singing to old favourites, something we find to be therapeutic and which further fuels our homes cheerful atmosphere. You can come and visit your loved one at any time, you’re always welcome and your input is encouraged to ensure the care we provide exceeds your expectations.

View our 360° Virtual Tour

Our dedicated staff provide tailor made care designed to meet our individual resident's needs, whilst allowing them to maintain their independence, dignity and freedom of choice.
Here at Oriel we pride ourselves in providing fresh, wholesome, well balanced and nutritious home-cooked food for our residents. Find out more and view sample menus please click the image above.
We have a stimulating activities programme, designed to be fun, beneficial and rewarding. We also recognise fully the importance of catering for our resident’s individual requirements.
Beech House provides residential care for up to four elderly people and is designed for those who prefer to live in a smaller, more homely setting. The home is supervised and serviced by our fully trained and professional staff 24 hours a day
"The staff are the flagship of Oriel Care Home. Warm, caring, welcoming, they put Mum at ease and she feels safe! It feels like a family. The home itself is always clean and inviting feeling more like a lovely guest house than a care home. I cannot thank you enough!"

Mrs A, Daughter of resident.