The Abbeyfield Maidenhead Society Ltd, is a charity, who provide accommodation, quality care and companionship for the lonely or frail elderly in the local community. Our vision is it to provide the best possible care, tailored to meet residents needs and aimed at maintaining their individuality and independence.
In addition to comfortable, clean and secure facilities for each Resident, each of our homes has been designed with the day-to-day wellbeing and comfort of our residents in mind.
Included in our prices are all the services you would expect including room cleaning, laundry, home-cooked meals, refreshments, daily social activities, entertainment and most importantly care from our professional, dedicated teams. We also work closely with other local professional service providers including District Nurses, physiotherapists, opticians, audiologists, hair stylists and podiatrists to ensure all needs of out residents are not only met but exceeded.
About Nicholas House
Nicholas House is ideal for older residents and those with mild dementia. The home has 30 single bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, televisions, telephone points, a care-call bell system and profiling beds for maximum comfort. Most bedrooms have delightful views of the neighbouring countryside too. Residents also have access to beautiful communal lounges, dining rooms – where all our chef-made, nutritionally-balanced meals are served – as well as a beautiful garden room which leads onto a secure garden with outdoor seating.
We provide regular entertainment for Residents, including reminiscence therapy, musical, movement, flower-arranging, and art & crafts activities. Residents enjoy escorted day-trips courtesy of our very own mini bus owned by The Abbeyfield Maidenhead Society Ltd.
In the warmer months Residents like to enjoy the garden at Nicholas House and we often have tea parties and summer events too.
Click here to see more of Nicholas House via a 360 degree tour.
Read our latest Care Quality Commission Report here.
“Thank you for looking after our dad. Thank you for the compassion and love you have shown him. Thank you for making him chuckle. Thank you for the time you’ve spent going through old memories with him. Thank you for preserving his dignity and for the respect you have shown him. Thank you for feeding him and making him comfortable. Thank you especially for comforting him when he has been confused and lonely. Thank you for getting him to sing and dance with you. Thank you for entertaining him. Thank you for cleaning his room and folding down his bed of a night-time. Thank you for checking on his welfare during those nights and for ensuring his safety. Thank you for getting him up in the morning and making him look like our dad. Thank you for managing his sad decline with professionalism and understanding. Thank you for the many little things you do that have meant so much – for stroking his face, for kissing him on the cheek, for holding his hand. Thank you for making him feel wanted and thank you for making him feel valued. Thank you for the happiness and reassurance you have given us as a family. Thank you for the many laughs we’ve shared over the past nine months. Thank you for Elvis. Thank you for the photos. Thank you for the pony in the lift. Thank you for painting the garden chairs and tables and creating such a welcoming environment. Thank you for the precious memories you’ve created for us. Thank you for being such wonderful people – you have all left an indelible impression on our family, as I know you have with many other families.” Relative of a Resident