Need Someone To Look After Your Loved One While You Take A Short Break?

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Let Us Help You With Our Flexible Short Term Respite Care Service

Imagine how great it would be to enjoy a holiday, more time with your kids or just some time to relax where you can recharge your batteries, knowing that your loved one is being looked after and cared for as you care for them yourself.

Looking after an elderly relative can be a very rewarding experience, but it also requires a big commitment in time and energy. You want to care for them and give back the love and attention they have given you over the years.

Nothing but impressed with the love and care which is shown to all residents

Emma Drury Grand Daughter of Resident

My Nana going into Gresham Lodge was my first experience of a care home. During her time there I have been nothing but impressed with the love and care which is shown to all residents.

There is a fantastic range of activities and the staff do all they can to ensure the resident's needs are met. Superb work - keep it up!

However they often feel guilty for being a burden to you and you may sometimes feel overwhelmed and in need of a rest, but don’t want to let them down.We understand this and would like to offer you the ideal solution. A period of respite care with us will provide a welcome break for you to recharge your batteries and a great change of scenery for your loved one.

You can choose any period you like to stay from just a 24 hour short break up to 2 or 3 months if you're visiting relatives abroad.

​If you would like to book a stay, arrange a visit or have a chat about your requirements please do not hesitate to contact us on 01724 410042 or or select from one of the options below.

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​PS. Gresham Lodge is very popular & we are limited in the respite care places available. Please contact us as soon as possible to check room availability & avoid disappointment.

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