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Ogilvy Court Care Home in Wembley, Middlesex

Ogilvy Court

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At Ogilvy Court, we encourage residents to enjoy an active, healthy lifestyle.

Ogilvy Court is a purpose-designed care home set in a quiet and leafy residential area of Wembley in Middlesex. We provide personalised nursing, residential and respite care for older people living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, mental health support needs, learning disabilities or physical disabilities. And we also offer specialist care for younger adults who have learning disabilities, as well as sensitive and compassionate end of life care.

We help each person to maintain an active, independent lifestyle by celebrating their abilities, promoting their individuality and giving them the right to choose. Our dedicated, experienced team works closely with every person to preserve skills such as gardening, cooking or enjoying favourite pastimes.

Everyone at Ogilvy Court is very positive, friendly and welcoming. We greet visitors with a smile and an offer of a cup of tea, and we always do everything we can to support residents' families and friends. Many members of our team have been here for years, so they're well known by residents and their loved ones.

Our services 
Continuing healthcare
End of life care
Nursing dementia care
Palliative care
Respite care

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Care UK’s care homes have big plans for this year’s Care Home Open Day

Care UK’s care homes have big plans for this year’s Care Home Open Day

June 11 2015

Many of Care UK’s care homes have been busy planning their celebrations to mark this year’s national Care Home Open Day (CHOD) on 19th June.

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Communities young and old benefit from Care UK wellbeing foundation awards

Communities young and old benefit from Care UK wellbeing foundation awards

May 21 2015

Communities across the country are continuing to benefit from grants awarded by the Care UK wellbeing foundation. The theme for grants this year is to support local groups and charities that increase the wellbeing of people through arts-based projects.

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Dementia Guide Helps Carers Get Good to Go

Dementia Guide Helps Carers Get Good to Go

April 28 2015

With more than two million people in the UK predicted to be living with dementia by 2051, one of the UK’s largest providers of residential care, Care UK, has published Good to Go – a guide to overcoming the challenges of getting out and about, aimed at transforming the experiences of those caring for loved ones living with dementia.

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How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

July 27 2015

Shortly after the general election, Prime Minister David Cameron set out plans for a seven-day NHS, with people able to see their GP and have tests in hospitals at weekends.

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