Wellbeing Care

Wellbeing Care is a family and we’d love for you to be a part of it. Whether you’re in Suffolk or Northamptonshire, there’s a Wellbeing Care that you could soon be calling home.

The team at Wellbeing Care is delighted to be an official partner of Training2Care Group and Dementia Dictionary.

Comprising The Dell, Meadow View and St George’s care homes, Wellbeing Care is a family-run group that offers person-centred care in a number of beautiful locations across Suffolk and Northamptonshire.

Meadow View, set in an idyllic village location in the heart of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, prides itself on offering specialist residential and nursing care to older people in the community.

Nestled in the picturesque town of Beccles, St George’s care home is known widely in the community for its focus on wellbeing, offering high-quality dementia and residential care.

Finally, The Dell, Wellbeing Care’s multi award-winning home, is located in the scenic coastal town of Lowestoft. Amongst other services, the committed care team provides first-rate dementia care, as well as respite services - which are ideal for those who would benefit from a short break away.

The multi-skilled team at Wellbeing Care offers a variety of services - all of which are tailored to individual needs. From nursing and residential care to dementia and respite, the on-site caregivers are trained to provide a range of care - from general assistance to more complex, specialised requirements.

The Wellbeing Care group stands by its mission to enable residents to live independently and dignified in a home-from-home, with a friendly, dedicated team always present at its three locations.

With the support of a fully trained, on-site dementia interpreter, each member of the Wellbeing Care team is currently undergoing professional dementia interpreter training. Once qualified, they’ll be able to offer expert advice and reassurance to those that need it most.

For more information please visit: www.wellbeingcare.co.uk

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