Abbeyfield House

Supported Housing

Glasgow

Location:

16 Grange Road
Bearsden
Glasgow
South Lanarkshire
G61 3PL
United Kingdom

Contact the house:

0141 942 2166

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Overview

Abbeyfield House is a magnificent and beautiful stone Victorian villa standing within its own grounds in Grange Road, Bearsden. This is a quiet residential area close to the centre of Bearsden.

We want you to treat Abbeyfield Bearsden like your own home; come and go as you please and entertain visitors at any time. There are volunteers in the house who will visit you on a regular basis to have a chat with you, ensure that you are comfortable and listen to any issues or comments you may have.

There are 10 rooms and one flat. Each resident has his/her own room with en suite facilities, some with baths others with showers. In addition there is a separate bathroom fitted with an Arjo bath for those who require assistance.

There are six rooms on the ground floor, four rooms on the first floor and an attic flat. There is a kitchenette on each floor and laundry facilities on the ground floor. A modern conservatory leads off the communal dining room.

All rooms are centrally heated with thermostatically controlled radiators so that each resident can control the temperature of their room for their comfort. All rooms are fitted with smoke alarms and emergency call systems. There is also a stair lift to the first floor and a ramp at the back door for easy access to the house.

Residents are provided with milk and bread to make their own breakfast when they wish. The housekeepers prepare two home cooked and nutritious meals from Monday to Saturday. On Sunday residents have a substantial lunch and are provided with a sandwich tea for the evening.

This house is managed by Abbeyfield Bearsden.

Key features

  • Alarm system

  • Communal lounge

  • Conservatory

  • Garden

Life at the house

We consult residents on those activities they would like and then arrange events and activities accordingly. This allows everyone to enjoy interesting and sociable times with their fellow residents.

Musical evenings are led by a local choir or instrumentalist. Afternoon activities are organised that suit the residents’ interests e.g. flower arranging, crafts, games or informal chats.

Some residents enjoy church activities such as Guild Meetings or weekly lunches. Many residents attend church services to which they are chauffeured by courtesy of a church rota.

A DVD and TV have been installed in the conservatory for communal viewing of DVDs. We also have a small electronic keyboard for musical entertainment should that be your forte!

Our menus are of a high quality and are carefully planned to ensure a balanced, nutritious and healthy diet.

All of our food is home prepared and cooked and special diets can also be catered for – our housekeepers will always make sure that there is something on the menu that appeals to you.

Contact the house

0141 942 2166

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