England / London / Greater London / Greenwich
The list below includes care homes with confirmed bed availability and are accepting new residents.
Please note, all new residencies are subject to a health assessment and being able to meet the care needs of the prospective resident.
London, SE7 8DZFour Seasons Health Care
Part of the Four Seasons Health Care group, Charlton Park Care Home is situated in leafy green Greenwich, providing 24-hour residential, nursing and dementia care. Facilities at the home include en-suite bedrooms, a selection of cosy lounges and landscaped gardens and on the busy activities programme you’ll find days out, visits from local entertainers and even animal therapy. Charlton Park enjoys close connections with the local community and its nurseries and churches and offers easily accessible public transport links into central London. Nearby shops, parks and bus stops are just a short walk away, making it easy for friends and relatives to visit.
Weekly care home costs from £1,403 weekly
London, SE2 9TAFour Seasons Health Care
Part of the Four Seasons Health Care group, Cedar Court Care Home is a purpose-built care home located in Abbeywood, South East London, offering a wide variety of care services. The care team are skilled in numerous care types, including residential, dementia, respite and specialist care for certain mental health conditions. Facilities at Cedar Court include spacious, tastefully decorated bedrooms, a large garden with patio area, a greenhouse and even a miniature farmyard where residents can help care for pigs and chickens. The home is well-located to nearby shops, has excellent transport links and residents can enjoy day trips out as part of the busy activities programme.
Weekly care home costs from £1,271 weekly
Here is some further information about care homes in Greenwich.
We have 3 care homes in Greenwich, including Puddingstone Grange and Cedar Court. All our homes have been hand-picked by our team of care experts based on a number of factors, including the quality of care and the home's culture.
Care home costs vary significantly across the country. If you're looking for a care home in Greenwich, the average cost of care is £1,407. You may be eligible for care home funding - you can check through a care needs assessment.
We have 1 in Greenwich that provide specialist, 24/7 support. All of our nursing care homes offer personalised support for anyone who has a medical condition or disability that requires round-the-clock care from registered nurses in a home-from-home environment.
We have 3 care homes in Greenwich that offer residential care, which provides support and care for those who may find it difficult to live independently. Our residential care homes provide support for everyday tasks, including washing, mobility, and dressing.
We have 3 Greenwich care homes that provide round-the-clock dementia care. Those with dementia will need more care as the condition progresses, and specialist dementia care homes can provide the level of support they need.
We've rounded up the best Alzheimer's care homes across the UK - they've been handpicked by our team of care experts for their specialised care, round-the-clock support and comforting environments.
If you're looking for temporary respite care, we have 1 care homes in Greenwich that provide short-term stays.
Respite care homes provide relief for caregivers, offering a few weeks of support in a care home for a loved one while you recuperate. We've rounded up the best respite care homes in the UK to ease your care search.
1 Greenwich care homes provide palliative care for your loved one. A palliative care home aims to provide the highest level of support and comfort to every resident. End-of-life care can be an emotional experience for everyone, so our care experts will support you at every step.
Explore other nearby locations to help find your dream care home at the right budget. Care homes vary in price enormously between different towns and villages.
Need more guidance? Lottie’s team of Care Experts have prepared the ultimate guide to care homes in Greenwich. Here you’ll find an overview of the local area and recommendations for elderly-friendly places to visit.
Full of history and culture, Greenwich is one of the most popular places to live in London. Along with containing some of London’s best care homes, Greenwich also boasts the Cable Car, the Royal Palaces and the bustling Greenwich Market.
You can use our detailed home listings to find lots of helpful information about our care homes in Greenwich, including weekly care home costs, care home activities, the overall Care Quality Commission rating of each home and what facilities are available. Popular facilities include communal lounges, en-suite bedrooms, activity rooms, idyllic gardens and private dining areas.
We also include the various types of care on offer in each Greenwich home. If you need help making the right choice for your loved one, be sure to get in touch and let us guide you through the process. If your loved one requires daily support and personal care, this is provided in a residential care home. Meanwhile, registered nurses give medical support in a nursing care home.
We have care homes across London, including in the nearby boroughs of Lewisham, Newham and Bexley. Here, you’ll find care options such as respite care homes for short-term stays.
No matter the type of care your loved one requires from a care home in Greenwich, we’re here to support you in finding the right level of support. Rest assured, all Greenwich care homes provide the highest quality of care and support, with person-centred care at the forefront of every home in the area.
Be sure to take some time for a visit to the lovely Greenwich Park with your elderly loved ones, which is at the heart of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. This park overlooks the River Thames and is the oldest enclosed Royal Park in London.
At the Royal Observatory Greenwich, you can explore how scientists first mapped the seas and stars. This Greenwich Observatory is home to the Prime Meridian Line - the UK’s largest refracting telescope - a 4.5 billion-year-old asteroid and London’s only planetarium!
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