Queen Elizabeth House is a modern, purpose built nursing home located at Epilepsy Society’s Chalfont Centre in Buckinghamshire.
The house cares for people with complex needs, including difficult to treat epilepsy and associated co-morbidities. An expert mix of social care, health care and therapies enables individuals to achieve the greatest possible independence, with a safety net of 24 hour expert nursing and medical care.
Queen Elizabeth House is divided into four light and airy flats accommodating 20 residents. All the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and double doors opening onto individual patios and rooms to the rear have lovely views over surrounding countryside [All bedrooms are fitted with specialist equipment that meets the individual needs of the residents and residents are encouraged to make their rooms as individual as they are].
Each flat has a comfortable and well-appointed lounge, a dining room with adjacent kitchen. The house has three assisted bathrooms featuring the latest in specialist Arjo bathing systems.
Resident involvement is at the heart of everything they do and everyone is encouraged to take part in a range of meaningful activities. Professionals encourage every resident to achieve the best possible independence with the help of expert nursing and social care.
Group: Epilepsy Society
Person in charge: Jennifer Long (Manager)
Local Authority / Social Services: Buckinghamshire County Council (click for contact details)
Type of Service: Care Home with nursing – Voluntary / Not for Profit Owned , 20 residents
Registered Care Categories*: Learning Disability • Physical Disability • Younger Adults
Specialist Care Categories: Epilepsy • Head/Brain Injury
Admission Information: Ages 18+.
Languages Spoken by Staff (other than English): Polish
Single Rooms: 20
Rooms with ensuite WC: 20
Facilities & Services: Physiotherapy • Independent Living Training • Own GP if required • Own Furniture if required • Pets by arrangement • Smoking not permitted • Close to Local shops • Near Public Transport • Minibus or other transport • Wheelchair access • Ground Floor Accommodation only • Gardens for residents • Residents Kitchenette • Phone Point in own room/Mobile • Television point in own room • Residents Internet Access
Latest CQC* Report on Epilepsy Society Queen Elizabeth House: click here
*Care Quality Commission (CQC) is responsible for the registration and inspection of social care services in England.
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