Based in Barnet, North London, Kun Mor and George Kiss Home is a modern and spacious home, using the latest technology that will help promote independence.
The vibrant home is split over three floors and central to each floor is an open plan living area and access to a furnished and safe outside terrace.
The home is part of the Betty and Asher Loftus Centre, a unique community hub. Residents share access to the Sam Beckman Dementia Day Centre, a synagogue, a shop, hairdressers and a landscaped garden with the two other homes that are part of the centre.
Parkview care home is a refurbished home providing 24-hour care for people on a dementia journey. We cater for ages ranging from 50 years young upwards. The home is situated on the edge of Bexleyheath town centre where the residents frequently use the facilities on offer. The Home is divided into four suites named after trees; Holly, Willow, Chestnut and Cedar, all of which all have their unique décor and size. All our suites are open-planned with a kitchenette where visitors can make drinks. Our games room houses a juke box, pool table and more, with patio doors leading to our newly designed garden.
Parkview care home’s philosophy is to support our residents to maintain independence for as long as they can. We want our residents to lead fulfilled lives as much as possible with the activity team arranging meaningful activities and regular outings around the community, as well as day trips further afield. Parkview also has a number of resident animals that everyone plays a part in choosing and caring for. Our team of qualified and attentive staff focuses on the individual needs of our residents.
Parkview also includes a day centre called The Haven which provides care for 20 people per day who live in the community.
Speirs House is a 35 bedded Care Home, situated in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames in Surrey (Greater London).
Our team endeavours to provide care to Residents, the majority of whom have nursing needs, in a holistic, person-centred and “Eden” way.
We consider the experience, training, personalities and multicultural make up of our staff team to be our greatest asset and we value our links with local community multidisciplinary teams (local GP, Impact team, Physiotherapists, Specialist Nurses etc.) and with local schools and interest groups. We keep in contact with other care providers in our area and attend Royal Borough of Kingston Stakeholder meetings.
Speirs House is set in lovely gardens and was built as a family home in 1909. It was converted to a purpose-built care home in the 1980’s and was acquired by Greensleeves Homes Trust in 2010.
Torkington House is an elegant Edwardian House that was originally opened in 1947. The residential care home is situated in a peaceful tree-lined road in Acton, West London and is accessible to public transport and shops. It has now been redeveloped with the addition of a new dining room, a second sitting room and a new wing to accommodate 32 residents in total. The gardens are an added attraction to both residents and their visitors.
The majority of the care home rooms are fitted with en-suites. Each room is fully carpeted and furnished to a high standard. They are also equipped with a call bell system, TV point, easily accessible light switches and plug sockets. Residents are encouraged to bring in personal items such as pictures, ornaments and small items of furniture. A pay phone is available but if you wish, you may have a telephone in your own room at your own expense.