In one of our 29 luxury houses on Broad Oak Lane, you can continue to live independently while benefiting from all the care and support of our staff, as well as being part of the Broad Oak Manor community.
Located just next to the main building, the restaurant, library, exercise classes, and activity centre, are all on your doorstep, allowing you to keep doing the things you love. And, should you need more support in future, staying at Broad Oak Lane provides you with the security that both your care and accommodation can adapt with changes to come.
Moving to Broad Oak Lane is just like moving to any other new home; it’s yours to call your own. You’ll be free to move your own furniture in, decorate it how you like, and have visitors come and go as you please.
The architect-designed properties offer generous living space, flooded with light, along with modern features such as underfloor heating, double glazing, and non-slip bathroom flooring. Every property, whether a bungalow or cottage, has a master bedroom as well as a second bedroom to use as a study, dressing room or guest room; many also have private outdoor space.
Facilities and Services
At Broad Oak Lane, we provide a full range of care tailored to suit your needs, with a flexible care package agreed in advance through close consultation with our trained team of staff. And residents have full access to our Grade II listed barn conversion in which you will find a wide range of facilities and activities to help make life at Broad Oak Lane as straightforward as it is interesting.
We can offer basic assistance with daily living or provide for more complex needs as follows.
A member of staff will check in with you throughout the day, at times to suit you to assist you with things such as:
- Verbal reminders and prompts
- Making appointments or arranging prescriptions
- Getting dressed and prompting in personal care
- Supporting you to attend events and activities on site
- Collecting your mail and newspapers
- Ordering meals and supporting you with nutritional advice
- Reminding you to take your medication
In addition to the support provided in Level One care, this level of care also includes:
- Assistance to walk or go in wheelchair to the barn to attend activities and events
- Step-by-step verbal support to carry out your day-to-day activities
- Support selecting clothing and dressing
- Assistance with all aspects of personal care
This level of care accommodates more complex needs in addition to the support offered by levels one and two. This includes:
- Physical assistance moving around your home
- Support to carry out exercises advised by the physiotherapist
- Prevention and treatment of pressure areas in consultation with healthcare professionals
- Medication administration
- One-to-one assistance with eating and drinking, if required
- Hydration and nutrition monitoring
- Assistance to prepare breakfast
- Support with continence management
- Coordination of specialist advice and treatment from other healthcare professionals