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Brookwood Manor is an imposing 18th Century Tudor Manor House that sits in its own mature well maintained grounds of approximately three acres. The home was built in 1884 in a Tudor style but its history dates back to the 15th Century.The home is set in the heart of rural Suffolk, which enables Brookwood Manor to provide a spacious, peaceful and safe environment which residents will enjoy at all times of year.

The village of Lavenham is two miles away and is situated in the Parish of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. The village has arguably one of England’s finest parish churches. Brookwood Manor sits on the boundary of Little Waldingfield, which is serviced by a village shop, a post office and a visiting Library. We are less than a ten minutes drive from Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds.

Brookwood Manor can accommodate up to 28 residents who are aged 65 years and over and diagnosed with dementia. The home offers twenty single rooms and four twin rooms, with a majority of rooms having en-suite facilities. In each corridor there are bath/shower facilities specially adapted for safe usage so residents can maintain their independence. Brookwood Manor also provides additional services such as visits from a professional hair dresser, optician and the local chiropodist. Dental appointments can also be arranged. The local library also visits on a regular basis. All clients are also registered with a local general practitioner. Our Mission is to enable all Senior Residents to live in a clean, comfortable and safe environment, and be treated with respect and sensitivity to their individual needs and abilities.

At Brookwood Manor we understand individual tastes and interests vary enormously and so we have created a mix of activities and events that will appeal to all our clients & reflect their requirements and abilities. Brookwood Manor employs a dedicated Activity coordinator, who publishes a weekly schedule so that residents can plan in advance what they would like to take part in.

Participation is purely voluntary and on occasions a one‐to‐one attention can be arranged if preferable. Help is on hand to assist residents who would like to keep in touch with local life – with visits to the shops or other amenities. Residents’ families are encouraged to make suggestions for activities and participate in the social calendar. Whether it’s a birthday or an anniversary, there's always plenty to celebrate.

We also organize a variety of in‐house tea dances, concerts, quiz nights and exercise classes.
The home enjoys secluded landscaped gardens whereby clients can enjoy the surroundings or help with planting and maintaining th hanging baskets and other flower beds.

Philosophy of Care:
The individual plan of care of the residents will abide by the following core values of care which are fundamental to the philosophy of our home:

Privacy - Dignity - Rights - Independence - Choice - Fulfilment - Security - Respect - Equality

Residents are encouraged to participate in the development of their individual plan of care in which the involvement of family and friends where possible and convenient is greatly valued. All care staff are qualified to deliver the highest standards of care, and a continuous staff training programme is implemented to ensure that these high standards are constantly maintained.

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