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Neville Williams House is a service offering care to people living with dementia. It caters for 50 people in individual rooms over three units.
|Mar 13 2016|
My mother resided at this home for 3 years, I have nothing but good comments to add.
I found the staff to be caring, facilities good and the garden with its animals, birds, goats wonderful. The activities they organise are varied and the place is always bright and cheerful.
My family and I couldn't have found anywhere better.
|Dec 28 2015|
Four years ago my wife was looking for a care home her mother could be placed in. She was elderly, in poor health generally and suffering from dementia. Neville Williams was the second residence out of eight we looked at, but from the first few minutes this was the only one my wife wanted. It has a warm, friendly feeling with staff who genuinely care about their guests. As a home that specialises in dementia, there's attention to detail that aims to ease the stress and confusion that dementia can cause; an old sweet shop, a bus stop in the garden, classic memorabilia, beautiful gardens and above else time and patience for those that need it. There's always some sort of event going on so it feels like an active, fun place but if it's quiet thats needed, there are plenty of options available including beautifully appointed, private rooms. For us the most important thing is the staff and Neville Williams has some of the best. They get to know those they care for personally, undertsand their 'ways' and manage them accordingly. My mother-in-law sadly died a year ago, but we keep in touch with all those at Neville Williams and will support them as much as possible. This should be the model against which all care homes are measured. I would strongly urge anyone in a similar stuation to visit it and take a look around. You wont be disappointed.
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