Give a new definition to retirement living in Marple when you choose Dystlegh Grange. Today, the concept of a retirement community is a far cry from the images of yesteryear – seniors in drab interiors, living sad and lonely lives. Earlier, the “nursing home” was where people needed to go when their health conditions didn’t allow them to live independently any longer. Now there is a much larger range of choices available and there are many reasons why people prefer to move to such a facility. At Dystlegh Grange, we partner you in making the change of life as smooth and comfortable as possible. You can opt for long or short stays, holidays, for post-operative convalescence, or decide to make it your permanent home.
Couples who find it increasingly difficult to care for themselves and each other opt for our services and discover that they enjoy the experience of being pampered. In Marple, retirement living gives freedom from chores like home and yard care, cleaning, and home maintenance and more time to explore their interests and hobbies. Our community has an active social calendar and residents enjoy a variety of outings to concerts, theatre, shows, sightseeing holidays and more. With the comfort of knowing that there are onsite medical care and skilled nursing to attend to any issues that crop up, our residents and their loved ones who live away from them can lead a stress-free life.
Retirement living in Marple helps people to live in more manageable spaces, giving them better independence and control. You can establish a comfortable routine to last you for the rest of your life here. For more information about our retirement living facilities, contact Dystlegh Grange. We are proud to have received an “Overall Outstanding” rating in 2016 from the Care Quality Commission that regulates social and health care services in England. We rated extremely high on the parameters of Safety, Effectiveness, Care, Responsiveness and being Well-Led. These are the features that everyone looks for when they plan to move to a retirement community. “Aging in Place” is a concept that has demonstrated the value of making decisions to move home early on.