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Wimbledon Common Care Home

CQC Rating Good
Library at  Wimbledon Common Care Home in Wimbledon, Greater London
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Care Home Location

6 Victoria Dr,  London, SW19 6AB
Bus Stop0.20 miles
Local Pub0.40 miles
Train Station2.20 miles
Nearby Shops0.30 miles
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Overview

Wimbledon Common is a luxury, purpose-built care home in Wimbledon, close to the world-famous tennis centre itself. The home has luxury private en suite apartments, as well as specialist dementia suites in a private dementia area to offer maximum support for those living with memory loss. Residents can enjoy the bar and café lounges on each floor, in addition to the cinema, spa, hair salon, therapy room and landscaped gardens. To keep residents entertained, there is a daily choice of activities such as arts and crafts and exercise classes, as well as visiting speakers and entertainers. Residents can also take day trips to local areas, including Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common.

BrandAvery Healthcare
Purpose BuiltYes
Opening Date2016
Beds79
Ensuite Facilities100%
All InclusiveNo

Availability & Pricing

Permanent

Residential Care - Available

Permanent

Residential Dementia Care - Available

Permanent

Nursing Care - Available

Permanent

Nursing Dementia Care - Available

Respite

Residential Care - Available

Respite

Residential Dementia Care - Available

Respite

Nursing Care - Available

Respite

Nursing Dementia Care - Available

Types of Elderly Care Available at Wimbledon Common*

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Residential Care

Individuals with low care needs, who are either fully independent or require minimal assistance with personal care and day-to-day tasks. Residential care usually includes support with tasks like: dressing, washing, taking oral medication and hoisting.

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Dementia Care

Individuals that have been diagnosed with dementia and are no longer able to live independently at home due to requiring specialist 24-hour care services.

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Nursing Care

Individuals who require 24-hour assistance and care from qualified nurses due to medical conditions and/or personal living needs. This may include people that require intensive rehabilitative care following a stroke, or simply need support using a peg feeding tube.

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Respite Care

Individuals that require a temporary living arrangement at a care home. Respite is also referred to as a short care home stay and may range from a few days to a couple weeks.

Additional Elderly Care Options

Convalescent Care
Mental Health
Physical Disability

Not Available

Day Care
Palliative Care
Physiotherapy
* Registered with sector regulator 'Care Quality Commission' to provide these categories of care.

CQC Rating

goodOverall Rating
CQC Safe Rating goodCQC Effective Rating goodCQC Caring Rating goodCQC Responsive Rating goodCQC Well-led Rating good
CQC Publication Date: 17/12/2019

Care Home Facilities

Available

Activity Room
Bar
Cafe or Restaurant
Cinema
Dining Area
Family Room
Gardens
Hair & Beauty Salon
Library & Reading Room
Lift
Meditation Area
Pets Allowed
Private Dining Area
Quiet Area
Spa
Terrace Area
Wifi

Not Available

Computer Room
Gym
Own Furniture Allowed

Care Home Activities

Available

Arts & Crafts
Baking & Cooking
Beer, Cocktails & Wine
Birthday & Holiday Celebrations
Book and Poetry
Dance & Music
Exercise & Fitness
Gardening & Flower Arranging
Hair & Beauty Treatments
Meditation & Yoga
Visits from Children
Wellbeing Classes

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about Wimbledon Common.

Where is Wimbledon Common located?

It is situated in London and is close to popular amenities.

What is the CQC rating of Wimbledon Common?

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is England's health and social care services regulator. Wimbledon Common is rated as good, based on the level of care and safety at the home.

What types of elderly care are available at Wimbledon Common?

The following types of elderly care are available at this home: nursing, respite, dementia, residential.

How many beds does Wimbledon Common have?

Currently, there are 79 beds at the home.

Who owns Wimbledon Common?

This care home is owned and operated by Avery Healthcare.

What types of activities and events are available at this care home?

There are a variety of health and wellness activities available at Wimbledon Common, including: Birthday & Holiday Celebrations, Beer, Cocktails & Wine, Wellbeing Classes.