Location and contact details
Friars Mead, established in 1991 as an independent society within the Abbeyfield movement, is located in pleasant, quiet grounds close to the centre of Kings Langley.
It provides high-quality specialist residential care in a welcoming, friendly and homely environment for frail, older people requiring personal care.
Staff recognize that the decision to move into residential care is often difficult for both the elderly person and their family. Friars Mead will become their home, and so staff encourage residents to surround themselves with personal effects and small items of furniture to recreate their home environment.
For all residents at Friars Mead, staff aim to provide the very best level of care, from tailored care requirements and specialist equipment to the provision of a wide range of activities, entertainment and outside visits.
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Services offered at Friars Mead
Residential - Shared Spaces
- Overnight visitor facilities:
- Secure access to the building:
- Transport available at the home:
- Access to kitchen facilities:
- Disabled access throughout the home and gardens:
- Gardens or secure outside space:
- Good access to public transport links:
- Recreation room:
Daily activity programme - join in at your own leisure
G.P visits weekly
Hairdresser visits weekly
Chiropodist visits 6 weekly
Music & Movemnernt visit weekly
Optician upon request & then yearly
Dentist yearly & upon request
Residential - Your Room
- Emergency call systems:
- Rooms with full en-suite bathroom:
- Pets allowed:
- TV and telephone point in resident rooms:
- Smoking allowed:
- Shared rooms available for couples:
All our bedrooms are en-suite wet roooms.
We have care staff on duty 24hrs
Bus access, enabling Resident's to go to Watford Or Hemel Hempstead town centres.
Kings Langley train station 1 mile away
- Accepting new clients:
- Accepting referrals from Local Authority(s):
- Accepting self-funded clients:
- Day care:
- Emergency care:
- Respite care:
Residential - health and lifestyle
- Internet access:
- On-site hairdressing:
- A place of worship or visiting clergy:
- Residents may retain own GP:
- Scheduled GP rounds:
- Special diets:
- Daily activities and entertainment: