Monday, August 22, 2011

Bedfordshire ?EUR" the perfect retirement county

Deciding the time has come to move into a residential home is probably one of the hardest decisions we will ever make.

Whilst for many people it may be the only option they have, moving from familiar surroundings can be stressful and difficult.

This is why it is important to take your time and do as much research as possible when selecting one.

Bedfordshire, nestled in the heart of the East of England, bordering Cambridgeshire, is seen by many as the perfect place to settle down throughout retirement. There are several care homes in Bedfordshire which can help and make residents feel comfortable.

You may have been worried about living alone, feeling lonely and isolated, wondering how you will cope and feeling uncertain about the future, so it is important to remember that you will feel more secure and comfortable living somewhere that meets your needs and Bedfordshire care homes deliver comfort and a relaxed lifestyle.

The companionship and friendship of fellow residents and staff will be very important according to Richard Clough, Chief Executive of Healthcare Homes, East Anglia's leading independent care provider.

"You will need to feel comfortable and reassured, and a good care home in Bedfordshire will seek to preserve dignity, treat people with respect, promote independence and ensure its residents live life to the full," he says.

Among the many care homes Bedfordshire has to offer is Beaumont Park in Biggleswade, a beautiful Victorian double fronted house with many interesting architectural details which provides both nursing and residential care.

It is one of 22 care homes in the Eastern region, owned and managed by Healthcare Homes.

Beaumont Park care home Bedfordshire is well known for its warm and homely atmosphere. With its elegant rooms, spacious bedrooms and large conservatory and terrace, extensive landscaped gardens, the home exudes comfort.

Although, the bedrooms are fully furnished, residents are encouraged to bring their own items of furniture and personal possessions so that their room becomes an individual retreat.

The staff at Beaumont Park are highly trained and chosen not only for their professional expertise but for their friendliness and caring attitude. An activities coordinator is on hand and each resident is regularly assessed to ensure their needs are met and any specialist equipment they need is provided.

An optician, dentist, and chiropodist visit by appointment, and the in-house hairdressing salon provides all the usual services plus manicures and hand massages.

More details about Bedfordshire care homes Beaumont Park can be found at or the home can be contacted direct by telephoning 01767 313131.

Richard Clough said: "We pride ourselves on the fact that Beaumont Park is one of the finest care homes Bedfordshire has. It truly is a home from home, where residents are encouraged to enjoy every single day."

Care Home Bedfordshire

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