Nuneaton - Attleborough Grange
Attleborough Grange offers long-term residential care for older people and people living with dementia.
The home is designed as four households with the second floor accessible by a lift. Each household has a living area with a lounge, dining area and kitchenette, where people can make their own snacks and drinks, and staff are always happy to prepare hot refreshments if requested.
The lounge areas are central to the household where people like to get together and socialise with other residents, family and friends. You'll often find our regular exercise classes or activities happening in the living area - or we might be outside in the garden, which has balcony areas where residents can enjoy the outside space overlooking sweeping lawns.
Attleborough Grange also has a beauty salon offering unisex hairdressing and manicures.
The Memory Maker, our minibus, takes residents on local trips every month. Two wheelchairs can be accommodated on each trip and relatives can join in too.
Fees at Attleborough Grange range from £1127 to £1471 per week, depending on care needs and any additional supplements, if applicable. See the 'fees & important information' tab for details (prices valid from 1st April 2023 and are subject to review).
What you can expect to see in every WCS Care home
|Personal, high quality care
|Homely feel with a family atmosphere
|Daily activities led by our enthusiastic Lifestyle Coaches
|Dedicated and friendly staff
|No hidden charges
|Mobile Care Monitoring
Also at Attleborough Grange
|Ground floor and ensuite rooms available
|Large garden with balcony/courtyard area
|Close to local amenities
|Household lounge, dining room, and kitchenette
|Kutters hair salon
|Lift to all floors
* Subject to availability | E&OE
Finding us is easy
Attleborough Grange is located close to Nuneaton town centre. We benefit from being near a vibrant community, with shops, restaurants, local pubs and a market and theatre all close to hand.
Who to contact
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