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Greene House

Greene House is a care home for up to 14 adults. The staff provide personal and social care in person centered way. Our aim: To make residents feel valued and respected and where dreams are realised in a happy and friendly atmosphere were people know it’s their home.

Greene House


Activities for residents

Residents in Greene have access to all central events, outings and activities:

  • Art and craft 
  • Gardening
  • Sensory room
  • Outings
  • Sports
  • Music activities 

Art and craft

These sessions help to promote residents' motoric skills

  • improving memory 
  • stimulating imagination
  • having a positive impact on stress relief and self-esteem

'Gardening creates the opportunity to connect with others'

Outdoor activities such as gardening can help to reduce feelings of isolation or exclusion, helping mobility and flexibility, reducing stress levels and providing stimulation and interest in nature and the outdoors.

Community

Greene has its own transport to access the wider community in order for to have more fulfilling life, so that the residents have a larger choice of opportunities of interests and hobbies.  At Greene we encourage friends and family to be part of what we do and aspire to achieve. 

Residents' meetings 

Greene provides food choice for resident and resident have monthly meetings to discuss about what is happening in the home and   any changes they would like  and see happen within their home. 

Find out more

For more information, please contact us or call 01494 601 374.

Our care homes are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

 

 

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