Rutland St, High Wycombe, Phone:01494 440404, HP11 2LJ
Welcome to Barchester Healthcare, where we specialise in delivering top quality care to the people living in our well staffed, comfortable, secure and happy homes.
We believe every one of the individuals we support deserves dignity, choice and independence. For us, recognising individuality means listening to what people tell us and ensuring every day is thoroughly enjoyable. Our approach includes jointly written care plans designed to help us learn about personal likes and dislikes as well as helping to set care and rehabilitative goals encouraging independence. We help the people we support keep up community links and welcome those visits from family and friends that can be so important.
Our friendly, experienced team provides nursing and respite care for older people, including individuals with Alzheimer's, other types of dementia and physical disabilities.
At Catherine Court, we take a very person-centred approach to care – we get to know each resident individually so that we can create a care programme that's just right for them. The one-to-one and group activities that we organise are all tailored to residents’ interests too.
The home has a very relaxed atmosphere which helps residents to feel safe and comfortable. The circular design of the home, with beautiful courtyard gardens in the centre, helps residents with dementia to find their way around and feel secure in their surroundings. We always have a very warm welcome for residents’ families and friends, and everyone in the team goes that extra mile to offer any support that relatives need.
Heritage Care is a charitable organisation that provides a range of flexible individualised care and support services for people with learning disabilities, mental health support needs and older people. Our services include supported living, domiciliary care, housing & care (extra care) schemes, care homes, day services and respite/short breaks.
We are registered for 35 residents with all bedrooms being en-suite.
Little Oaks is a family run residential home owned by Monica & Andy Tillotson.
Monica is a registered nurse with a strong vocation for caring and taking charge of the day to day needs of the residents. Andy’s background is in management and makes for an efficient running of the home. He is also a favourite in the kitchen as he is an accomplished cook.
We’d love to show you around our home, so please call for an appointment – 01494 446 878.
Monica, Andy and the Team at Little Oaks
Day Centres, 5 Micklefield Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13 7JE
What does it do?
The service provides a day centre for people with physical and learning disabilities. The staff organise a range of social and leisure activities for clients. Work placement opportunities are also available. There is also a rehabilitation service which offers care and support tailored to the needs of the clients in their own home.
Who it is for?
Day centre for people with learning and physical disabilities.
Where it is available?
Local service covering: Wycombe (Buckinghamshire).
Today B&M Care can be described as a ‘family run business for families’. Bill Hughes is very hands on and not averse to still rolling up his sleeves to landscape the gardens of B&M homes and offering personal support and guidance to his home managers. His daughter, Dr Colleen Wood is a Company Director and Clinical Adviser and son Brendan plays a supportive role with various projects. The ‘for families’ ethos is directed at the residents and families that choose a B&M Care home. Their aim is simple: to make every moment count for a person living with a dementia and their families.
Residents, families and staff at B&M Care homes in 2015 joined a year-long programme of celebrations for the 40th Anniversary. Homes hosted anything from Garden Parties, BBQs, Street Parties and Car Shows to Vintage Fairs, and Bill Hughes and his family have attended every event, cut many cakes and planted numerous commemorative trees. “It’s been exhausting but great fun” said Bill Hughes “the staff and residents have really put on some lovely events and I am enormously proud of them all”.
Bill Hughes has published a book that tells the story of B&M Care, and also touches upon his passion for vintage and classic cars. The Ashlyns Hall Car Show on the first weekend of August every year, started off in the 1990s with just a handful of his car enthusiast friends and this year saw around 300 cars over the course of the day.
This 40 year old Hertfordshire based company is a success story that will continue to offer worthwhile careers and improve the lives of older people and people who live with a dementia for many years to come.
Totteridge Baptist Church, Hillary Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 7RA
A privately run daily respite centre with the flexibility to accompany your loved one.
Clients with mild or severe cases of dementia can be cared for following a full assessment on each person to make sure the environment and care is suitable for their needs.
Spring Valley Dr, Hughenden Valley, High Wycombe, HP14 4LR
Located in the picturesque Hughenden Valley, Spring Valley provides specialist support for adults with autism.
Supporting people from across High Wycombe and its surrounding villages, our team are highly-trained and are driven to fully-understand autism, going above and beyond what might ordinarily be expected.
Our team work together with clients – and their wider circle – to develop positive approaches to their support. As well as supporting clients in the centre, we will also create activities in the community promoting independence too.
Cotswold Court, 80 W Wycombe Rd, High Wycombe, , HP11 2LP
Your care and support is very important to every member of The Fremantle Trust's staff. We don’t just care for people we care about them. Caring about people is a fundamental pre-requisite for positive relationships and for enabling people to live the lives they choose. This is what we mean when we say we are passionate about care.
Your aspirations, needs and choices are our first concern. Our aim is to work with you to provide the help and support which you want and need to live your life the way you choose and which will help you meet your aspirations.
The Fremantle Trust's staff are all personally committed to high quality care and support and we underpin this with first class training from our award-winning, in-house training centre.
Please do contact us to discuss your specific requirements in detail. We will arrange a care consultation with one of our experienced and dedicated staff.
Lancaster Court, Coronation Rd, High Wycombe, , HP12 3TD
We provide care and support to people with learning disabilities and autism and currently support a number of people in and around Buckinghamshire.
Our approach is to work with the individual (and people around them) to absolutely understand their needs and wishes. We are proud of our track record of making a real positive difference to people coming from many situations. Be that moving:
away from home for the first time
from residential schools
to become independent
because things just aren’t working out
As well as working with young people in transition White Leaf Support are experienced in supporting people with complex needs, including autistic spectrum conditions, challenging behaviour, profound and multiple learning disabilities and related health/mental health needs.