Laurel Dene Care Home in Hampton, Middlesex

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At Laurel Dene care home in Hampton, you can expect the best quality care combined with a warm welcome from our friendly team.

Laurel Dene is a modern and stylish purpose-designed care home set in a quiet residential area of Hampton Hill in Middlesex. We provide personalised residential and nursing care for older people, and we have specialist expertise in caring for individuals who have Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.

Our friendly and experienced care home team supports each resident to live as independent and active a life as possible, with fulfilling experiences every day. You’ll often find us all working together on interesting projects and events, like exploring local history or putting on a show to entertain family and friends. Our beautiful gardens are the perfect location for summer garden parties.

Everyone in our team is very approachable and we’re always open to feedback and suggestions. We have regular meetings where residents and families can share their ideas about new projects and ways to develop the care home. And we’re very fortunate to have fantastic support from the Friends of Laurel Dene fundraising committee.

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Dementia care
Nursing care
Residential care

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January 22nd 2015

Care UK’s Laurel Dene care home was alive with the sound of music as residents enjoyed a sensory music week.

January 22nd 2015

People in Hampton and surrounding areas are invited to find out more about planning care for the future on Thursday 22 January from 2pm - 4pm at Care UK’s Laurel Dene care home. 

January 22nd 2015

Residents at Care UK’s Laurel Dene care home in Hampton Hill have their binoculars at the ready and their bird feeders filled as they prepare to take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch this weekend.

January 30th 2015

We all like to remember the good times – holidays or days out with friends and family, birthdays and Christmases full of fun – but for people living with dementia, reminiscing can be of real benefit to their health and wellbeing.

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