Cwrt Hir, Cardiff

Cwrt Hir, Abergele Road, Trowbridge, Cardiff 

Cwrt Hir is our new close care scheme in Trowbridge, Cardiff. It is located next to two of our existing schemes, Dol y Hafren close care scheme and Woodcroft Residential Care Home.

Close care schemes consist of independent flats or bungalows which are built on the same site as an existing care home. They offer a wrap-around care and support service with the added comfort that, if they become more dependent or frail, then support is available to them in their locality.

Cwrt Hir has 13 purpose-built apartments and 3 bungalows which have been carefully designed to allow the highest degree of independence for people over 55 and/or who a physical or sensory impairment.

It is suitable for single people or couples, where one or both have need of more supportive accommodation.

Tenants will receive care and support when they need it, in their own flat or bungalow, according to their own needs. Support will be in relation to housing-related advice as well as practical assistance with budgeting, health and lifestyle, domestic abilities, finding education, training and employment opportunities, and accessing local support networks.

There is also a dedicated Community Homecare service on site which offers a range of care services from low-level needs to more complex care requirements.

Tenants will be offered additional services (such as meal delivery services, use of specialist equipment and participation in activities being held) from the Care Home if required.

Allocations

Allocations are made through Cardiff City Council’s Adult Services team who can be contacted on 02920 234234.

The Scheme Manager, Martin Peart and  Homecare Manager, Jayne Kerr attend all allocation meetings to ensure the needs of the individual are being met.

For further information, please call 02920 672300.

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