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Abbey Place

90 Abbey Road, Huddersfield, HD2 1BB


Summary

  • Requires improvement

    Regulator's rating

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  • 78 beds

    Maximum occupancy

  • 2002

    Date opened

Owner's description

Abbey Place Care Home is set in the heart of a residential estate in Fartown, a district of Huddersfield which is approximately 1 km north of the town centre.

All of the home’s bedrooms have en-suite facilities and residents are welcome to bring p…

Abbey Place Care Home is set in the heart of a residential estate in Fartown, a district of Huddersfield which is approximately 1 km north of the town centre.

All of the home’s bedrooms have en-suite facilities and residents are welcome to bring personal items to help to make the home their own.

Abbey Place offers a choice of TV/DVD lounges and quiet lounges as well as a large outdoor area with gardens for the residents and visitors to enjoy.

The activities co-ordinator organises a regular entertainment and activity programme, catering for the wide range of resident’s interests and hobbies. All staff have been dementia trained by the Alzheimer’s Society to ensure the home is a warm and welcoming place for residents to live.

The home also has an appetising and nutritional home cooked menu, designed by a nutritionist to cater for any dietary needs.

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Types of 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.

Services and specialisms

  • Caring for adults over 65 yrs
  • Dementia
  • Mental health conditions

Care home features

  • 78 beds
  • 38 en-suite rooms
  • Purpose built, opened in 2002

Manager's quote

Welcome to Abbey Place

We offer first class care for the elderly on a permanent or respite basis, delivered by highly trained professionals in lovely comfortable surroundings.

Our philosophy is simple; we want everyone to enjoy life to the full. We never forget that all our residents are individuals and we treat them with dignity, privacy and respect while offering freedom of choice and as much independence as possible.

Friends and family are welcome at any time. Hot drinks and snacks are always available and guests are invited to share a meal with residents. Our cook prepares three nutritious meals a day and the menu changes regularly to reflect seasonal produce. Special diets are catered for.

Residents have freedom to choose what to do and when. There is plenty going and our activities coordinator puts together a full programme which is adapted to suit the needs and wishes of our residents. Activities include quizzes, sing-alongs, reminiscence therapy, indoor games, art and craft, baking and wherever possible, trips out and about.

I’d love to show you around the home. So if you should like a tour, or wish to discuss any aspect of elderly care with me, please telephone the home to make an appointment.

Yours sincerely

Fiona Lindsay

Fiona Adele Lindsay

Care home manager

Prices

Sorry, we don't have prices for this care home - please contact the care home 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 Requires improvement

Last inspection

31 May 2019

Safe
Requires improvement
Effective
Good
Caring
Good
Responsive
Good
Well led
Requires improvement
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