We provide Nursing and Residential Care for people with dementia.
Creedy House is an impressive Edwardian building situated on the coast at Littlestone-on-Sea, New Romney. Our fantastic and spacious home offers a wonderful environment with 24-hour nursing care and support.
Our residents live in a lively and vibrant home with excellent food and comfortable surroundings. We have a beautiful garden and a range of lounges, quiet rooms, a library and a cinema room. Creedy House has been extensively refurbished to an excellent standard.
Many of our rooms have views over the attractive grounds which boasts a pergola and beautiful lawns. All are fully furnished, but we encourage residents and their families to bring their own furniture and belongings. This promotes a greater sense of 'home' and is proven to have positive effects for people with memory problems.
Creedy House is split into two units, The House and The Lodge, which means we can care for people with a wide range of needs. The majority of our residents live with dementia requiring nursing and residential care. However, we also support people with general nursing and residential needs. We have a very thorough assessment process that involves the person, their family, friends and professionals. This ensures that we can meet the whole-person needs of every person that chooses to live with us.
Our team of qualified nurses and trained care staff support our residents to live an active and interesting lifestyle. Our philosophy is to make sure that everyone of our residents choose what they want to do and when they want to do it, with individualised care at the heart of everything we do. We have a full-time dedicated activities co-ordinator who organises a wide range of activities and entertainment on a daily basis.
You are welcome to pop in at any time of the day, but if you want to make an appointment to visit and see how we may help, please contact Karen Warner, the Home Manager on 01797 362248 or email email@example.com
Kent. TN28 8NB
Dual registered for the Older Person with or without dementia whom require nursing care