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Meadow Court Care Home in Ilford, Essex

Meadow Court

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We offer a combination of high quality care and a warm welcome from our friendly and professional team.

Meadow Court is a modern, comfortable and purpose-built care home located in the grounds of King George Hospital in Goodmayes, near Ilford in Essex. We provide nursing and respite care for older people, including individuals with Alzheimer's or other types of dementia, as well as sensitive and supportive end of life care. We also have a dedicated suite for younger people with nursing care needs and learning disabilities.

We provide personalised care that is based on the specific needs of residents. We spend lots of time getting to know everyone, finding out about their lifetime experiences, their interests, and their likes and dislikes.

Our approachable, experienced team offers a warm reception – and a cup of tea – to everyone who comes through our door. And because most members of the team have been here for many years, residents can always be sure of a familiar face.

Throughout the building you’ll find lots of thoughtful details that help make Meadow Court a great place to live. For example, we have low windows so that even if residents don’t want to venture outside on a particular day, they can still sit and watch what's going on.

 

Our services 
Dementia care
End of life care
Palliative care
Respite care

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At last dementia is getting the attention it requires

At last dementia is getting the attention it requires

March 5 2015

In her first article, Pauline Houchin, Care UK’s new head of care & clinical services, welcomes the increase in interest and funding that  dementia care and research is receiving.

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News about Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation

News about Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation

February 9 2015

Belinda Moore, the Chair of Care UK’s Wellbeing Foundation Board, talks about why the Foundation is supporting music therapy initiatives and outlines some of the charities which have already benefited from its grassroots grants.

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Championing dignity in health and social care

Championing dignity in health and social care

February 6 2015

Teams at independent sector health and social care provider Care UK marked Dignity Action Day with a series of special events championing dignity and the organisation’s commitment to offering everybody the highest levels of dignity and care.

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Health news

Study reveals just 8p in every £10 spent on dementia goes towards research

Study reveals just 8p in every £10 spent on dementia goes towards research

April 16 2015

Pauline Houchin, Care UK’s head of care and clinical services, looks at the implications of the funding disparity revealed by a recent University of Oxford study looking at the four main causes of death and disability in the UK – cancer, heart disease, dementia and stroke.

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