Albany Nursing Home
Albany nursing home is a purpose built 61 bed nursing home, situated in a quiet location on the borders of Leyton and Walthamstow.
Our home is registered to provide care for those with nursing and dementia needs. We also provide care to palliative people.
We have an open door policy and actively welcome any comments, ideas and suggestions that may assist in the running of the centre.
There are secluded patio garden areas around the home, some with raised flower beds to enable residents to participate in gardening should they so wish. All areas within the home and the gardens are wheelchair accessible.
Our meals are cooked on the premises by our resident chef and our menus offer a variety of tasty meals. We are able to cater for special diets for medical, religious or cultural reasons.
Visitors are always welcomed at Ravenscourt. Family and friends are regularly invited to join us for special occasions, adding a special touch for our residents. We believe in the residents personalising their space, to make it feel more like home. Each room provides a bed, bedside locker, chest of drawers, wardrobe and armchair. Residents are encouraged to add their own pictures and small items of furniture to make their rooms more comfortable.
Services and Amenities
We provide a wide range of services and amenities within all of our nursing homes. Please read on, to learn more about the different types of activities, medical and dietary services that are available.
Our Care Team
At our all homes a continuous staff training programme is implemented, to ensure that extremely high standards are maintained in line with the latest developments in care practices. Please read on, to find out more details about our teams.
Albany house is a great place to stay, I'm so lucky to have found it...
- Amanda Hobbs
The staff are amazing, they always have time for a chat...
- Simon Timms
Everything is easy to get to, all the amenities are so close by...
- Charlie Redding
I'm so glad I came across this place for my mum, it's like a home from home...
- Angela Frost