Abbey House is a 73-bed purpose built care home that has been developed with every stage of elder and dementia care in mind. From the soft furnishings to the position of the beds, every aspect of the care provision at Abbey House has been thought through. Our ambition is for […]
Set within 11 acres of well-maintained grounds in the heart of the Surrey countryside, Broome Park is a family run nursing home that provides nursing care for clients with all types of Dementia, Mental Health problems and Learning Disabilities. Permanent, respite or day care placements are available.
Bagshot Park is a state of the art, purpose built centre that specialises in the rehabilitation of people with an acquired brain injury. Part of CHD Living, the team is committed to providing individualised care whilst promoting independence and fulfilled lives with the support of our highly skilled multidisciplinary team. […]
Fewcott House Nursing Home in Bicester is a converted manor house in 3 acres of grounds with its own lake. The home provides 24-hour nursing care for elderly residents and boasts a a dedicated, friendly, and experienced staff who promote privacy, dignity and personal preferences.
Lime Tree House is a 10 bed, nurse led, care home providing person centred care for people with Learning Disabilities, Mental Illness and Brain Injury. Opening in July 2015 we are already building a history of success stories whilst still benefiting from a fresh, new environment and a dynamic and […]
The Cottage Nursing Home, is situated in picturesque village in Irchester. The Cottage is committed to supporting an independent and dignified lifestyle for its residents, delivering high standard of care in homely and comfortable surrounding. An experienced team can welcome both short and long-term care needs, ensuring that each individual […]
The Potteries is an attractive and contemporary, purpose-built care home located in the suburb of Broadstone, just a few miles from the centre of the beautiful seaside town of Poole. The home offers 79 bedrooms over three floors, and has been designed first and foremost with your loved one’s comfort, […]
Life at Valley Lodge At Valley Lodge, we aim to provide a friendly and caring atmosphere. Our staff will support residents in making decision on how they want to live their life. We recognise the importance of maintaining relationship with family and friends and we support recipients in pursuing hobbies […]
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