Types of Care
Moundsley Hall Care Village offers a range of care services for prospective clients across five separate homes. Each home has been designed and developed to provide specific care support, based on the different types of care needs of our clientele such as elder care, residential care and many more care services.
- Moundsley House is a 60-bedded nursing home that offers general nursing care, incorporating low to medium dementia care provision.
- Kensington House is a 30-bedded home that offers both residential and nursing care for clients.
The home environment provides an ideal living space for clients with low to medium dementia care home needs.
- Buckingham House is also a 30-bedded home that provides care for a variety of nursing care needs, without any dementia.
- Kenilworth House is a 30-bed nursing home, specifically adapted for clients experiencing an advanced stage of dementia.
Each home within the village benefits from the beautifully landscaped surrounding grounds, which are set back from an urban backdrop. Each home also benefits from a personal garden space to the rear. Our clients enjoy an on-site laundry service, operating throughout the week. Cuisine is prepared in our purpose-built main kitchen, which operates throughout the week to produce a varied menu, made using fresh local produce.
All prospective clients can expect to receive a full and comprehensive pre-admission assessment, alongside the opportunity to visit and experience the care village and home environment. This allows us to answer any queries that an individual may have, as well as allowing us to further explain the care homes services we offer and how we can provide a bespoke person-centred experience.
Our friendly and supportive admissions team is available from Monday to Friday and is happy to provide further details about the care village, our individual homes and the variety of care home services we offer. Alternatively, we encourage prospective clients, families and friends to come and visit us at the care village, to ask any questions and to take the opportunity to look around at our range of care services.