Live video tours

We remain free of Covid-19 and we are accepting new residents. To help us maintain great infection control we are offering prospective residents and relatives, live video tours of the home and available bedrooms hosted by the home manager Ruth Bosworth. This video call will enable you to see every aspect of the home, meet some of the staff and get all your questions answered. Please contact Ruth on 01299 841 262 to arrange a convenient time for your live video tour

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Dementia Care homes in Shropshire - a very warm welcome to Park House

Park House Care Home is a high-quality nursing home for people with advanced Dementia and is located in Kinlet, near the charming riverside town of Bewdley. For those looking for Dementia Care homes in Shropshire, our pleasant location is convenient for families and friends; with its close transport links to Kidderminster and Bridgnorth. With over 3 acres of magnificent gardens and a highly professional care team, Park House Care Home provides expert care and support in a splendid environment.

Our highly trained and experienced care team provide specialist Dementia care for people with complex needs in a calm and caring environment. We offer advanced Dementia care as well as specialist care for those with life-limiting conditions.

We naturally develop and maintain very detailed person-centred care plans that ensure that each resident receives first-rate care and support that is tailored to their specific needs. However, the key to Park House’s phenomenal reputation is the way our hugely experienced care team work with resident’s and their families to identify how to provide very individual care and maximise the quality of life even for residents who may previously have come from Care Homes unable to meet their complex needs. For those looking for Dementia Care homes in Shropshire or Worcestershire, our proximity to both counties makes us the perfect choice.

Our expert care team are committed to providing exceptional standards of care and a ‘home from home’ environment that is adapted to the resident’s needs whilst being welcoming and comfortable for both residents and their families. There are no set visiting times and friends and family are able to stay overnight. We also offer free dining for friends and family and hold regular family events and activity days.

Ruth Bosworth
Ruth Bosworth
Park House Manager

It’s a lovely home, friendly staff, you can go any time and always have a cup of tea. They look after him very well. I couldn’t cope. I am really grateful to all the staff. Thank you.

Margaret T
Wife of resident, reviewed on 20th August 2018

Life at Park House

At Park House Care Home, as one of the most specialist Dementia Care homes in Shropshire, we offer a wide variety of daily activities that are appealing to all. Our Activities Coordinator ensures that activities are focused on each individual and are mindful of their needs, behaviours and personal preferences.

We are committed to providing care and support that enhances our residents’ happiness and well-being. Our personalised care plans are used to highlight each resident’s individual requirements and, with these in mind, help establish what care and support is most suitable. From this, we are able to ensure that our residents receive the best care for their needs and requirements.

Here are some of the reasons why we think life at Park House is so fantastic.

The manager and staff are wonderful and have made a very difficult and heartbreaking experience easier to cope with. Nothing is too much trouble for them and the atmosphere at the home is like one big family. A big thank you to them all.

Jane C
Daughter of resident, reviewed on 3rd August 2018

Reviews and testimonials

We pride ourselves on offering unbeatable quality care and support. Please take a look at what our families think about Park House.

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The care my dad receives at Park House is outstanding, each and every member of staff are kind, caring and compassionate.

Rachael
Daughter of resident, reviewed on 21st July 2018
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