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Beechmore Court

267 Southlands Road, Bromley, BR1 2EG


Summary

  • Good

    Regulator's rating

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  • £820

    + per week

    Starting weekly rate

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  • Rooms available

    Current availability

  • 36 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • 1986

    Date opened


From the owner

Beechmore Court is a residential care home for elderly men and women who are no longer able to provide adequately for themselves in their own homes or in sheltered accommodation. It is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a residential hom…

Beechmore Court is a residential care home for elderly men and women who are no longer able to provide adequately for themselves in their own homes or in sheltered accommodation. It is registered with the Care Quality Commission as a residential home for 36 elderly people and is inspected regularly.

Beechmore Court is owned by Cedarmore Housing Association Limited, a voluntary Christian organisation based in Bromley, which also owns and administers three sheltered housing schemes. The Association is linked to several churches in the Bromley area and is currently largely managed on a voluntary basis by people associated with those churches. Its Management Committee bears the ultimate responsibility for the project.

Beechmore Court gives person-centred care.
Our values are:
 Choice
 Dignity
 Rights
 Independence
 Privacy
 Fulfilment

From the manager

“Beechmore Court aims to provide the kind of care and assistance which an elderly person would like to receive in his or her own home from a competent friend or relative under the guidance of a nurse or doctor (we enjoy specialised GP services from Bromleag Care Practice). Our staff are dedicated to providing just the kind of service you want, when you want it, and we enjoy a huge range of social, craft, musical and outdoor activities. We look forward to going out for trips to the theatre, shopping, parks and gardens when the Covid restrictions are lifted.”

— Jacqueline Byrne

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Care provided

  • Residential care

    Accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication.

  • Dementia care

    Specialist care designed to meet the challenges faced by people living with dementia.

    Separate dementia accommodation

Care specialisms

This home offers specialised care for any of the following:

  • Adults over 65 years
  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer's disease

Features

  • 36 beds
  • All single bedrooms
  • 25 en-suite rooms
  • Purpose built, opened in 1986
  • Near public transport
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair access
  • Personal furniture allowed
  • TV point in rooms
  • Grounds / gardens
  • Separate dementia accommodation

Prices

From £820 per week

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The final price will depend on your individual requirements - contact the care provider for more details.

Funding for care in England

If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

To qualify, you must first arrange a care needs assessment.

Read more about how to fund care

Regulator's inspection rating

Overall Good

Last inspection

05 Mar 2021

Safe
Good
Effective
Good
Caring
Good
Responsive
Good
Well led
Good
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Frequently asked questions

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  • Does Beechmore Court provide support for people with dementia?
  • How many residents are there at Beechmore Court?