Telephone: 01793 815081
Located on the outskirts of the historic market town of Swindon and a short drive from Lydiard Park and Coate Water Country Park, these attractive rented apartments have been designed to give peace of mind and to help make life a little easier.
Built in: 1990 (Renovated: 2005)
Rental apartments: 40
Many of Harry Garrett Court’s spacious apartments have views overlooking tree-lined grounds, or overlooking the beautiful gardens and the local church to the west. Situated over two floors, each apartment is beautifully finished with a fitted bathroom, kitchen and flooring throughout. Apartments are let unfurnished, leaving you free to furnish your home as you choose. There are lifts to the first floor and full wheelchair access throughout.
* One spacious bedroom with en-suite
* Level access shower room
* Emergency pull cord alarm system
* Intercom door entry system
Harry Garrett Court has a friendly community feel and there are many opportunities to participate in social activities.
Located in the Day Centre lounge, the on-site restaurant offers freshly prepared meals at lunch time (12.00pm – 1.00pm), 5 days a week.
* Assisted bathroom
* Communal lounge
* Hairdressing salon
* Meeting room
* Guest suite with en-suite
* Large wheelchair-accessible gardens and patio
To rent an apartment at Harry Garrett Court you must:
* Be aged 55 or over
* Reside in Swindon or demonstrate a strong local
connection to the area
* Have a care or support need which has been assessed
by Swindon Borough Council
Harry Garrett Court may not be suitable if you have been assessed as requiring a substantial amount of regular nursing care which cannot be delivered in your own home.
Having as much independence as you want and the reassurance that if your needs change you will be fully supported means that you can focus on living your life to the full.
Personal and domestic care is provided by First City Nursing (Extra Care) who can help you at home. Sanctuary staff are on-site for housing management and support.
For extra peace of mind, all apartments have an emergency pull cord system that, when activated, immediately alerts the 24-hour support team that you need assistance. Pendant alarms are available if required.
If you would like more information, please contact Harry Garrett Court directly.
We encourage you to discuss your housing options with your family and friends, and to seek independent advice, support and representation as appropriate, from professional statutory and regulatory organsiations such as the Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC), Age UK or Citizens Advice.
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