Lady Lane, Bingley, BD16 4UB
At Duchess Gardens we provide the high standards of considerate, effective care that we would expect for ourselves or a loved one.
We take time to get to know each resident. Our dedicated team creates individual care plans to suit people’s specific needs and to ensure they retain as much independence as possible.
We deliver nursing care for people who need 24-hour personal support and would find it difficult to cope in their own home without assistance.
Our residents include those who have a condition requiring specialist care and people recovering from surgery or illness, or who are living with dementia. We also offer kind and respectful palliative care.
Our young physically disabled unit offers facilities and care for a wide range of disabilities and needs. We also provide expert round-the-clock care for people with Huntington’s and Parkinson’s, delivering personal care as well as daily activities to stimulate mind and body.
Our chefs take pride in getting to know the likes and dislikes of our residents and can cater to dietary and cultural needs. We serve a varied menu of delicious and nutritious home-cooked food made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
We want our residents to lead as full and active a life as possible – and aim to find something fun and engaging for everyone – so a varied and interesting activity programme is at the heart of the care we provide.
At Duchess Gardens we provide a wide range of care services and a commitment to deliver the high standards of considerate, effective care we’d expect for ourselves or a loved one.
Manager at Duchess Gardens
My career began in 1999 as a care assistant when I was 16 years old. I fell in love with the job instantly and worked my way up, becoming a senior care assistant then unit manager.
In 2015 I became a care home manager and two years later, I further strengthened my skills and knowledge by gaining an NVQ level five qualification in leadership in the adult social sector.
Over the years I have worked in a variety of sectors with private care companies, gaining valuable experience in elderly, dementia and physical disability care.
My interest in dementia inspired me to create an online dementia advice page which offers a place where people from all around the world can share their experiences of caring for loved ones living with the disease.
Duchess Gardens enjoys a peaceful, elevated location with impressive views over the Aire Valley and rolling hills of West Yorkshire – yet it is within walking distance of Bingley town centre’s many shops, parks and amenities.Get Directions
My mum is really happy she tells me how kind the staff are and loves the company of other residents she is well looked after and takes part in the activities although she is blind. I would recommend Duchess Gardens Care Centre to anyone.- Son Of Resident
Residents and staff from Duchess Gardens Care Centre in Bingley, West Yorkshire, took a coach trip to Morecambe for the day. They enjoyed a picnic on the seafront, a walk along the promenade and a visit to a vintage café where they sat outside for ...
A group of teenage students with learning disabilities from Keighley College has been visiting Duchess Gardens Care Centre, Bingley, to take part in activities with residents. The first time the students called in, they had fun baking cheese scones ...
The residents’ social calendar at Duchess Gardens Care Centre in Bingley, West Yorkshire, has included a curry night and an open day with cream teas recently. Friends and family joined staff and residents in sampling the flavours of South ...
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Telephone: 0127 455 1173
Duchess Gardens Nursing Home offers flexible visiting hours to suit the individual needs of residents and families.