Wexford House in Melton Mowbray
A closer look at Wexford House
The RAF Association’s Wexford House is located in the attractive suburbs of Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire. Residents have their own bed-sitting rooms and share a communal lounge and dining room. People living here must be able to live an independent life, albeit within a secure environment.
Wexford House itself is a large Edwardian Building catering for eight residents. The building stands in its own grounds in a residential area of Melton Mowbray and is within walking distance of the town centre. It is well served by public transport and there is a thriving local RAF Association branch and club.
Each bed-sitting room has en-suite facilities plus TV and telephone points. Residents are encouraged to bring their own belongings and furnish their bed-sitting room as they wish – bearing in mind the limitations on space available. There is a communal kitchen, dining room and lounge plus a conservatory leading into the garden and a launderette for use by the residents.
The Manager has a self contained flat within the house and there is a care-call alarm system for use by residents in an emergency.
Medical needs and care support remain the responsibility of the resident, arranged in conjunction with their local doctor, with recourse to state and community resources as needed.
There is a monthly residential charge, which is reviewed annually. The charge comprehensively includes rent, housekeeping, two main meals, heat, light, laundrette facilities, maintenance, cleaning, gardening and rates.
HWOs will, where necessary, assist with your application. Potential residents are invited to Wexford House for an assessment period of a week, prior to a final decision on residency being made.