The thought of moving home late in life normally brings about mixed feelings and this is totally understandable. Dystlegh Grange is a home that offers support, companionship and purpose, providing opportunities to help you manage the changes later life comes with. Dystlegh Grange is a beacon of excellence in retirement care. However, you can also choose to stay with them for a short period of time, either during an illness, on vacation or for post operation convalescence. The Grange has a long established team of staff with a broad range of complex skills and personal attributes. They have an outstanding reputation for care and support, due to the warmth, training and nice character of the staff.
In Hazel Grove, assisted living for your loved ones is a settled task once left in the hands of Dystlegh Grange. They work uncompromisingly to create a safe, comfortable and peaceful environment for those who choose to make a home there. They help you to live as independently as you wish, consistent with your individual needs and helping you obtain the best value out of their support options. If your health declines or mobility becomes impaired during your stay at Dystlegh Grange, they have exceptional hospital treatment by qualified health providers that assure End of Life Care. This is a vital part of their Lifetime Care provision. The skills and resources necessary to care for you are there 24 hours a day. Dystlegh Grange also works closely with the local G.P‘s and Community Nursing Services and assist in obtain all other NHS services.
Assisted living in Hazel Grove at Dystlegh Grange assures you of high standard accommodation with good and nutritious food. The fees are affordable and are directly related to the suite you choose and the support option you have chosen. It is recommended that you come for a short stay before making any arrangements about moving home to confirm the suites are suitable for you. All suites have a telephone line installed and you can be connected to BT even with your old telephone number so you do not lose contact with loved ones. For more information about assisted living, contact Dystlegh Grange.