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Windsor Suite

Windsor Suite

When your loved ones are frail and elderly, sometimes with mild confusion, but not yet requiring specialist dementia nursing, you need to know that they will be looked after with compassion and respect. The Windsor Suite offers a nurturing, well-appointed environment to meet the needs of discerning families. 

Wellbeing & Care

Our staff are trained and qualified to deliver the best service possible, while preserving the compassion and dignity of our residents. Plus we have a range of activities and outings designed to stimulate body and mind.

  • 24-hour care
  • Registered nurses
  • Health care assistants
  • Access to physiotherapist and physio gym
  • Snoozelum / Sensory Therapy room
  • Access to occupational therapists
  • GP visits (by appointment)
  • Organised activities and social events

Quality Living

Residents can enjoy delicious, freshly prepared meals in our air-conditioned dining room, or can eat in their room where they will be supported by our in-house hostess service. Family and friends are welcome at any time and are always free to join loved ones for meals or afternoon tea.

  • Room service
  • First-class, three-course menu
  • Breakfast tray service
  • On-site hair salon
  • Physio suite
  • Wi-Fi

Suite Facilities

All of our rooms are en-suite with the provision of specialist equipment, where required. They are tastefully decorated, but residents are encouraged to bring items of furniture or personal belongings to re-create a homely feel that will enable them to settle in well.  All rooms have a television, telephone and nurse call service. There is WiFi throughout.

  • Spacious bedroom
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Personal laundry service
  • Nurse call system
  • Wheelchair access

Meet your suite manager

I have been working at Chiswick Nursing Centre for two years. Caring for people, particularly those approaching end of life is very dear to me.  I believe everyone should be able to feel comfortable and respected no matter the situation, however, I feel that end of life care is deserving of a particular respect, dignity and privacy.  My staff and myself all have the same ethos and we are all very proud of the work we do and the care we deliver.

Dominika