Muriel Street Care Home in Islington, London

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Set next to Regent's Canal, we offer high quality care and a great location.

Muriel Street Resource Centre is a modern, purpose-built care home set in a leafy residential area next to the Regent's Canal in Islington, north London. We provide residential, nursing and respite care for older people, including individuals who have Alzheimer's, other forms of dementia or mental health issues. We also offer supportive and compassionate end of life care.

Our highly skilled and experienced team spends time getting to know residents individually, so that we can create personalised care plans that take into account each person’s unique needs, lifetime experiences, choices and interests. We involve residents and family members at every step of the care planning journey.

Muriel Street care home has an attractive, contemporary look and every aspect of the home and gardens has been designed specifically to meet residents’ needs. All of our team members share the goal of providing the highest possible standards of care – but we’re also very welcoming and approachable, and always available for a friendly chat.

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

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July 30th 2014

A national study has revealed just 28 per cent of adults would have their parents live with them if they needed full-time care, 32 per cent wouldn’t let their parents move in, and 36 per cent would have to seriously think about it.

June 12th 2014

A national charity based in York, which helps seriously ill and disabled children through the use of therapeutic music, has received a special commendation and donation from Care UK, the UK’s leading health and social care provider.

June 12th 2014

As the 2014 World Cup gets underway, a bumper summer of top sporting events may be the key to unlocking memories and improving communication with people living with dementia, according to experts at leading social care provider Care UK.

September 17th 2014

With record number of people starting university this year, lots of young people will be looking after themselves for the first time. Read on for advice from Dr Tara Dukkipati.

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