Wild Acres

Wild Acres Care Home provides dementia and residential care to 26 residents over the age of 65 years old who require 24 hrs care in Wokingham, Berkshire. We accommodate long, short and respite stays.

Hello and welcome to Wild Acres Care Home, our warm and friendly home in Wokingham. My name is Janet, I joined this beautiful home in January 2007 as the Registered Manager.

I had previous experience of managing a smaller home for adults with Learning Disabilities and many years’ experience of working in the healthcare sector, also in corporate hospitality and conference management for Pharmaceutical companies in the U.K. and overseas.

Here at Wild Acres, you’ll find a vibrant, supportive and laughter-filled community for both residents and their families. Our home is often complemented on having a very homely feel to it which we pride ourselves on. Our friendly, kind and expert staff are recognised for providing the very best care but don’t take my word for it. Have a look at our inspection report on the Care Quality Commission (CQC) website where in October 2019 we were rated “Excellent” in the Responsive Category, with an overall rating of “Good”. 

I understand that choosing a care home for either yourself or a loved one can be a daunting experience which is why our doors are always open inviting you to come and visit us anytime where myself or any one of my team are here to help answer all your questions.

We look forward to Welcoming you to Wild Acres Care Home.

Janet Elliott, Registered Manager.

Andrina has been our Assistant Manager at Wild Acres since October 1st 2020.

Prior to this Andrina was Dementia Lead/Unit Manager for five years for a large Wokingham Care Home and before this with another care provider in Wokingham, where Andrina worked her way up from Care Assistant to Training Support Manager/Crisis Management Team over a period of 17 years.

Andrina is currently working towards a Level 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care, having already achieved a Level 3 in Health and Social Care. Andrina graduated from Oxford and Worcestershire University In June 2020 as a Dementia Coach.

Our Philosophy

“Our goal is to promote and protect physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being of residents through assuring that quality services are provided by trained and responsible health care professionals whereby our Residents dignity, respect, freedom of choice, privacy, confidentiality and equality are maintained at all times.

We aspire to achieve our goal through encouraging open communication and environment where residents and staff feel safe and comfortable to express their needs, which are acknowledged accordingly. We run a non-discriminatory policy and accept service users from all ethnic groups”.

Wild Acres in lockdown

From our residents and families

“Wild Acres is absolutely amazing! My aunt is so happy and settled here. All of the carers go way beyond their job description and really engage with the residents. Laughter is heard frequently. The activities are extremely well organised. The food is perfect. I could not recommend this home enough.”

T A - Wild Acres Resident's Niece

“Since Mum moved into Wild Acres in May, we have seen such a positive transformation. No longer lonely, smiles all the time, loves the staff and food. Mum enjoys the activities, looks healthier, well cared for and is thriving. It has a home from home atmosphere. Both Mum and I could no be happier.”

T K - Wild Acres Resident's Son

“When I first walked into Wild Acres, I got a feeling of family cosiness and that’s just how it is. All the staff are so friendly, kind and helpful. Nothing is too much trouble. All residents are lovingly cared for and made to feel at home. I could not have chosen a better, nicer nor more friendly place for my husband to be cared for and he seems very content.”

R M - Wild Acres Resident's Wife

“My mother is very well looked after at Wild Acres and I do not worry about her care. If anything is needed the staff email me and any matters are dealt with immediately. The care staff are always pleasant and her care is excellent.”

G P - Wild Acres Resident's Daughter

“You are all true heroes at Wild Acres and I am sure I speak for all the relatives when I say a HUGE THANK YOU to you all for keeping things going so well during these difficult times. You are all stars and I salute you!!”

Eileen, 3rd April 2020

“Thank you so much for the caring. I’m most grateful to you and your wonderful staff”

Marc, 6th July 2020

“As always a big thank you to you and your amazing team for the infinite care and dedication you show towards everybody associated with Wild Acres.”

Caroline, 17th June 2020

“I am extremely happy with everything at Wild Acres and feel lucky that Peter is in such a lovely home.
Thank you to all your staff for the good work they are doing.”

Beth, 8th May 2020

“A big thank you to all at Wild Acres for doing such a sterling job during this virus crisis. Thank you all for keeping my mum safe.”

Elizabeth Ranger, 9th May 2020

“We would like to say a huge thank you to you all for the care you provided for our beloved mum/nanna Roberta. Watching her struggle with dementia has been very hard but made all the easier knowing that she was cared for and loved by you all. We would also like to thank you for allowing us and our father/grandfather to visit her during these challenging times. The work you do is life changing. Please know that our family is so incredibly grateful for all you have done. Our Roberta was at peace in her last days and that is thanks to you.”

The Malik Family, 2020


For further information about Wild Acres Care Home, please download our Statement of Purpose.