Greenwood

Description

This service is registered with the Care Quality Commission who monitor, inspect and regulate health and care services. A link to this service’s most recent report can be found below.

Greenwood is a 14 bedroom hotel-style respite service for people with learning disabilities that has recently undergone a major refurbishment.

Each bedroom has been individually designed so that we can cater for as wide a variety of choice as possible and 13 bedrooms have en-suite facilities

Located in the resort town of Bexhill we are close to local shops and the sea front and we have our own transport for accessing all local amenities.

We have a dedicated, experienced, and qualified staff team who are here to make your stay both safe and pleasurable; including a chef who provides an ever changing menu of five choices for each main meal.

 You can have a break, a holiday or somewhere nice to stay in a time of need.

Activities on offer include, gardens, terraces and courtyards for eating out relaxing and outdoor games, arts and crafts, beauty / manicure sessions, TVs with DVD players in every room, themed nights, and in-house Cookery and Living skills learning opportunities.

There is always a lot happening in our communal rooms but we also have peaceful areas for guests who prefer a quiet environment.

Tailored to you and what you want, we are a place to meet old friends and make new ones, as well as a place that can give you the opportunity to try new things and be part of a local community.

What guests have said about Greenwood

“What a beautiful place ! lovely and calm feeling. Very helpful staff”

“I’m very excited and can’t wait to stay.”

“I’ve really enjoyed my weekend here”

 

Service Details

Locations:
16 Dalmeny Road, Bexhill, East Sussex, TN39 4HP (directions displayed on map)
Organisation:
East Sussex County Council (Adult Social Care LD DPS)
Service Type:
Short Breaks and Respite Services
Primary Client Group:
People with a learning disability
Organisation Sector:
  • Local government
Accreditation Scheme Membership:
  • Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Accreditation Information

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is a non-departmental public body established to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England.

Their role is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists, and care services delivered in your home are meeting national standards to be respected, involved in your care and support, and told what is happening at every stage.

This page was last updated on 03 December 2018

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Contact Details

Contact Name:
Natalie Gaymer
Telephone:
01424 723020
Email:
natalie.gaymer@eastsussex.gov.uk