Beechville

Care home with nursing
653 Chorley New Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire BL6 4AG
653 Chorley New Road, Lostock, Bolton, Lancashire BL6 4AG

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Operator's Description

"A purpose-built property with state-of-the-art facilities, Beechville is situated on the Chorley New Road, in the Horwich area of Bolton. Formerly a Quaker Home, Beechville has been rebuilt by MHA in ..." Show more "A purpose-built property with state-of-the-art facilities, Beechville is situated on the Chorley New Road, in the Horwich area of Bolton. Formerly a Quaker Home, Beechville has been rebuilt by MHA in a way that supports individuals with general residential, nursing and residential dementia care needs.
The accommodation, which has places for 63 residents, is divided over two floors, each with its own lounge and restaurant. All of the bedrooms have an en suite shower room, with further assisted shower and bathrooms on each floor. Communal areas include a music room, a holistic therapy room, a games and an activities room, a library and a hairdressing salon. There are a number of quiet spaces for residents, including an enclosed therapeutic garden area.
“We have been thrilled with the level of local community support whilst the home was being built,” says Home Manager Melanie Broadbent. “We are in the process of establishing a Beechville Volunteer Support group who will enhance the service to the residents in our care.”" Show less

Main Facts

Care home with nursing
Conditions cared for: Older people generally / People with dementia
Care period: Trial stay / Long stay / Respite care stay.
This home accommodates 63 residents in 63 single rooms (63 en suite). It was purpose built in 2008 and has a garden. Overnight visitors can usually be accommodated.
The home is in an urban location. Bus stop 10 yards; shop 1.2 mile(s); post office 1 mile(s); town centre 3 mile(s); GP 0.5 mile(s); social centre 1 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. Local Authority rates accepted. NHS Continuing Care Funding rate accepted.

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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