Abbeyfield Parkdale

Abbeyfield Parkdale
Abbeyfield Parkdale
Abbeyfield Parkdale
Abbeyfield Parkdale
Abbeyfield Parkdale

Accommodation

  • Residential Only
  • Short Stay
  • Long Stay
  • Respite
  • Abbeyfield Care Homes

    Contact

    Abbeyfield Parkdale
    91 Tettenhall Road
    Wolverhampton
    West Midlands
    WV3 9PG

    Website: www.abbeyfield.com/accommodation-search/western/a/abbeyfield-parkdale-wv3-9pg/

    Telephone: 01902 710581

    Email: m.freire@abbeyfield.com

    Key Features

    • Lift and/or Stairlift
    • Specialist Lifting / Bathing Equipment
    • Residents Can Bring Their Own Furniture
    • Telephone Point in Room
    • Near Public Transport
    • Purpose Built Home
    • Wheelchair Access
    • Nurse Call System
    • En-Suite Facilities
    • TV Point in Room
    • Caters For Special Diets
    • Organised Worship On Site
    • Near Shops
    • Internet in own accommodation
    • Residents Garden

    Resident or Visiting Professionals

    • Optician
    • Hairdresser
    • Doctor
    • Dentist
    • Chiropodist

    Recently refurbished to a very high standard, Abbeyfield Parkdale offers a secure home from home environment for its residents. Our talented housekeeper produces two tasty and nutritious home-cooked meals every day, served in the dining room to make mealtimes a social occasion. Breakfast is taken to residents in their own rooms for a gentle start to the day. The residents are supported by our friendly, attentive, well trained staff, most of whom have long service with the home.

    Type of accommodation

    Our Care Homes provide 24 hour personalised care along with a wide range of services and facilities tailored to your needs. As a resident you can be sure you will continue to have access to health, leisure and community services

    About this property

    This residential care home was purpose built to provide accommodation for older people. It was commissioned by members of the Wolverhampton branch of Soroptimist International Building, and building commenced in 1978. The home was known as Soroptimist House, and operated independently until 2012.

    On August 1st 2012 the home merged with the Abbeyfield Society. Abbeyfield Parkdale, as the home was renamed, has 29 bedrooms, 11 of which are en-suite, two comfortable communal lounges and a large pleasant dining room overlooking enclosed, mature gardens. Since the merger, the home has undergone a major programme of refurbishment which has greatly improved the facilities and added to the quality of life and comfort of our residents.

    The home is set back off the main road and is bright, airy and spacious. Each bedroom has an attractive bay window overlooking either the front or rear gardens, giving each room good natural light.

    There is a mature garden in front of the home and at the rear. It is totally enclosed and a very tranquil area. It has a large patio area where residents can sit outside safely and enjoy the fresh air and sunshine should they choose.