Aigburth

Care home
21 Manor Road, Oadby, Leicester LE2 2LL
21 Manor Road, Oadby, Leicester LE2 2LL

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Operator's Description

"Situated in a leafy suburban area two miles west of Leicester, Aigburth was donated to MHA by a local builder who had named the house after the area of Aigburth in Liverpool where he was married. The ..." Show more "Situated in a leafy suburban area two miles west of Leicester, Aigburth was donated to MHA by a local builder who had named the house after the area of Aigburth in Liverpool where he was married. The Home is situated in a couple of acres of gardens, which are enjoyed by the residents on a daily basis.
Like other Homes, Aigburth, which was originally built in 1908, has been extended and upgraded over time. In 1962, an extension was added to create the Home’s 32 bedrooms (eight of them nowadays designated for dementia care). These were all created as single, en suite rooms and remain larger, even now, than statutory regulations require – an indication of the organisation’s high standards at a time when many private care providers were still housing three people per bedroom." Show less

Main Facts

Care home
Conditions cared for: Older people generally / People with a mental disability / People with dementia
Care period: Trial stay / Day visit / Long stay / Respite care stay.
This home accommodates 32 residents in 32 single and 3 shared rooms (32 en suite). It is a converted building with a garden. Facilities are available for family or friends to stay overnight.
The home is in a rural location. Bus stop 250 yards; shop 0.5 mile(s); post office 0.5 mile(s);
Residents may bring their own furniture and choose their room decoration. There is a lot of flexibility about meals. Residents can usually bring their pet. Activities are arranged daily. There are opportunities to pursue hobbies and to help with gardening.
Cost: Not available.

Info updated: 24/07/2020   Update info...
Memberships
National Care Forum: The organisation that runs this care home is a member of the National Care Forum, whose mission is to promote the benefits of the not-for-profit model of care services provision.
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