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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 
24 hour care
Continuing healthcare
End of life care
Learning disability
Nursing dementia care
Palliative care
Physical disability
Respite care

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Ex-racehorse Cavallini a big hit with care home residents

Ex-racehorse Cavallini a big hit with care home residents

March 23 2015

Care UK’s Francis Court care home recently welcomed a very special visitor to celebrate Cheltenham Ladies’ Day – a retired ex-racehorse called Cavallini, along with his owner and jockey Emily Tyson.

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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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Health news

Keeping active is a great boost to health

Keeping active is a great boost to health

March 27 2015

Keeping physically active is one of the keys to a healthy life, the government’s Health Select Committee has confirmed, and even small changes to activity levels in homes and workplaces “can have a dramatic positive impact on health”.

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