Keychange manages 9 care homes in different locations mainly in the southern half of England, ranging in capacity from 16 to 30 beds. Our homes are listed below in alphabetical order of geographical location. (View map to show locations).
Sceats is a comfortable and spacious home situated in a residential area on the outskirts of Gloucester City. It offers accommodation over two floors in two extended Victorian houses.
Rose Lawn is an extremely pretty house, in keeping with the architectural style of Sidmouth. Tastefully decorated internally, it is set in attractive gardens, and is within easy access of Sidmouth High Street and sea front.
Fair Havens is a handsome, comfortable house that has enjoyed careful maintenance over many years. The home is located in the Bassett area of Southampton.
Romans Care Home is situated on a residential road in a quiet conservation area of Southwick in West Sussex. There are gardens at the front of the building and these are lined with mature trees, most of which enjoy protected status.
Walmer House is built on one of Torquay’s 7 hills and commands impressive vistas of the bay from its high vantage point. Sea views are available from some of the rooms.
Erith House was purpose-built as a care home in 1860 and enjoys Grade II Listed status. It is situated in the Wellswood area of Torquay. The fully-accessible garden is an outstanding feature of the ambience of the home.
Cressingham House is situated in New Brighton on the banks of the Mersey, from which Liverpool can be clearly seen. The waterfront at New Brighton is currently undergoing long-term major refurbishment to restore its Victorian charm.
Alexander House is a large, welcoming house, very close to Wimbledon Common. The two lounges and dining room are airy and bright, and a conservatory overlooks the large and attractive garden.
Situated in East Worthing, Rosemary Mount Care Home is within easy reach of all the facilities that a major seaside town can offer, and is close to East Worthing station.
Keychange’s largest area of work is in providing residential care for older people in the UK. We bring over 70 years of experience to this work – the first Keychange residential home opened in 1940. Today Keychange manages 9 care homes in different locations, mainly in the southern half of England.
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