Trusted to care in Sevenoaks, Kent
At Weald Heights care home in Sevenoaks, Kent everything we do is personalised to your loved one. Our dedicated team deliver top quality nursing care and expert dementia care. We also offer sympathetic, understanding end of life care, tailored to give you, your family and your loved one exactly what you need.
Our Sevenoaks care home has its own café, hair and beauty salon, cinema and lovely gardens, which enables residents to enjoy a fantastic lifestyle. The home is divided into separate residential, nursing and dementia care suites. This creates a calm and close-knit atmosphere where people can get to know each other, and where people with similar needs can be cared for together. Importantly, residents on each suite enjoy their meals in a bistro-style dining room, where everything is tailored to their needs.
If you’d like to have a natter with some like-minded people and make some new friends then we’d love to welcome you along.
If you care for an older loved one at home and need some time away this winter – we are here to help. Right now, we are offering a three-week respite stay for the price of two.
We are pleased to welcome dementia specialist Dr Nori Graham, who will be covering a number of topics to help you understand what it might be like to live with dementia, as well as offering some practical advice.
Activities and entertainment are hugely important at Weald Heights. Our Lifestyle team have gone above and beyond to make sure that residents’ lives remain not only as normal as they can, but have spent time both adapting some favourite activities, as well as developing new ones, to ensure everyone can enjoy fun and engaging things to do every day.
At Weald Heights all our care is person-centred, meaning your loved one is at the heart of their personal care plan.Read more
Every day our colleagues live our values of passionate, caring and teamwork to empower residents to enjoy fulfilling lives.
The dedicated and experienced team at Weald Heights will provide your loved one with care that is completely tailored to their individual needs and wishes.
I believe strongly in treating people as I would want to be treated, and I carry that through the way I manage my team and how we care for residents and support their families.Maria CovingtonHome Manager
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A care home in Sevenoaks is celebrating after attaining a national accreditation for its excellence in care and being shortlisted for a prestigious national...
Caring UK Awards 2021 finalist - Quality In Housekeeping
National Care Awards Winner 2021 - Care Home of the Year
Care Home Awards Winner 2021 - Best Larger Care Home Group
National Association of Care Catering Awards Winner 2021 - Catering Team of the Year
National Apprenticeship Awards Finalist 2021
Social Care Top Leaders Awards Finalist 2021
UK Employee Experience Awards 2021 Bronze Winner - Employee Training and Development, Empowering ProgrammeRead More
Health Investor Awards Finalist 2021 - Residential Care Provider of the Year AND Property Developer of the YearRead More
LaingBuisson Awards Finalist 2020
Best Employer Support for Your Registered Manager 2020 AND Most Effective Approach to Leadership and Management 2020Read More
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