Bradbury House has gone through a major refurbishment, to totally update and modernise the home. It now has a dedicated state-of-the-art dementia unit and a complex nursing unit. This exciting refurbishment is now complete, and the home is taking new residents.
The team are pleased to say that Bradbury House’s refurbishment will see the home become a truly leading home for its residents – particularly those who face daily challenges due to dementia. The home is looking phenomenal and is a now a great reflection of the first-class support RBLI provides.
Bradbury House is situated in pleasant grounds, as part of the Royal British Legion Village, where it has looked to make a positive difference to the lives of those with nursing needs since opening in 1993.
Having been purpose-built, the home is ideal for older people with a physical disability and many other nursing requirements, dementia, as well as offering respite.
There are 50 en-suite rooms and staff support privacy, while residents are able to make the most of the many comfortable social areas and activities, including health and well-being activities specially run by the home.
At Bradbury House the team strive to provide a fulfilling, independent and happy life for the people who live here. They are a very caring and respectful team knowing that the residents are at the heart of everything they do. Team members are of the understanding that they work in the residents' home, they do not live in their workplace.
A good staff-to-resident ratio allows the home to support a fulfilling lifestyle and achieve peace of mind for loved ones.