At Greville House, your loved one is supported to enjoy each day to the full, with activities, outings and entertainment.
Our residents are at the heart of everything we do. They tell us the activities they’d like to do, and any changes they’d like to make to the menu. We believe that when your loved one is supported to do the activities they enjoy, they’ll be happy and fulfilled.
A choice of activities
If your loved one likes to do everyday tasks around the home, they’re welcome to do a bit of dusting or to fold the napkins ready for dinner. They can also help in the garden, if that’s one of their passions. We also organise a wide range of social distanced group and one-to-one activities, including film screenings, chair exercise classes, singing and music performances. Residents are encouraged to socialise within small, socially distanced groups so they can do as much or as little as they wish: they can lead an activity, help around the home or simply relax in the comfort of their bedroom.
Home teams have embraced new technology, helping to keep residents in contact with loved ones, organising virtual entertainment, and even helping to make some new friends in the local community too.
Exploring the area
Greville House is in a great location, close to good public transport links and just a few minutes’ walk from Richmond Park and the River Thames. The shops and facilities of Richmond town centre are nearby too.
Some of the people we care for were born overseas. Wherever we can, we pair them with carers and other members of staff, or contact community groups with members who speak their language.
Enjoying good food
Despite social distancing, mealtimes are sociable events at Greville House and residents can enjoy their meals in the bistro-style dining rooms. Alternatively, in-room dinning is available if your loved one would prefer, or need, additional distancing. Our chef creates menus to appeal to residents' tastes. We cater for all dietary and cultural needs, making tempting and nutritious meals for residents who need a soft, fortified or diabetic diet. Food also plays a part in our activities, with residents enjoying baking treats and bread, or getting together for wine and cheese evenings.