We understand how difficult identifying a high quality nursing home for a loved one can be. When someone needs nursing care they are vulnerable and need, more than anything, being with people they know, who care about them and understand their needs. At this point in someone’s life the quality of care and support, getting adequate stimulation through regular activities and good quality food is so much more important than the size of the entrance hall or the colour of the walls.
Glebe Court Nursing Home is owned by Glebe Housing Association Ltd, a charity and registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014. Glebe Housing Association has an excellent reputation in the Bromley area and is located on the attractive and well located Bencurtis Park .
We are able to care for and support people with a range of physical difficulties and medical issues including frail elderly, people with dementia or memory loss, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, diabetes and life limiting illness.
Our not-for-profit status helps us to attract the right type of staff and because we don’t need to make a profit it also enables us to offer great value compared with other local nursing homes.
We work hard to ensure Glebe Court is a “home” and as far from an institution as it’s possible to be. We provide an excellent quality of service which is backed up by our low staff turnover and positive testimonials from people we support and their family members.
Visitors are encouraged to visit whenever they can. We know how important your visit is to our residents and the last thing we’d want to do is to stop you coming in. In contrast to many homes we actively encourage and welcome visitors first thing in the morning, at meal times, or late at night – whenever is convenient for you and of course the person you are visiting!
We also understand that the safety of your loved one is critical. The door-entry system means that you are able to visit whenever you wish, but it also means that your loved one won’t be able to wander off unnoticed.