Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Lindsey McGibbon - 13th October 2018 9:00pm
Abbeyfield Residential Care Home for the elderly — do you know we exist?
Are you tired of doing your own cooking. Fed up with your own company or are you a friend or relative that has noticed that an elderly person isn't quite themselves or needs a bit of help with their everyday routine. If so, then read on.
We are a small 11-bed residential care home on Churchway providing care, security, home cooked food, laundry service and companionship for the over 65's. All rooms are ensuite and can be furnished with personal effects to make it feel homely. We encourage residents to be as independent as possible but we are there to support and to assist with personal care and medication.
We welcome family and friends at any time and support our residents to continue with their existing social life, be that shopping, hairdressers, church or a social club. We have beautiful gardens that are a haven for birds and wildlife.
The majority of our fully trained staff have been with us a long time which provides continuity in the care provided. Whether you are looking for permanent residential care or some short-term respite, we can help.
We are proud of our care home, so please rphone us and come and find out more.
We also have a website — www.abbeyfieldhaddenham.com
Telephone: 01844 290028
We look forward to seeing you.
Lindsey McGibbon and the team
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