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Laurel Bank Care Home is situated in the centre of Wilsden, West Yorkshire.
The modern and spacious home features 63 single bedrooms with en-suite wet rooms. It also boasts five beautifully decorated lounges and dining rooms.
Due to the Government's national lockdown, visiting restrictions are in place. Laurel Bank has been given the go-ahead by Bradford City Council to offer safe visitation via the home's visitor pod. You can read more about our pods by clicking here.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch for further information or update regarding your loved one by using the tab on the right-hand side of this page or please call the home manager on 01535 274774.
Laurel Bank Care Home offers individual quality care for the elderly including day care services, respite and dementia care.
The home has two full-time activity coordinators and boasts an impressive activity calendar. Residents can make use of the home's two treatment rooms, activity room and hairdressing salon. Laurel Bank also enjoys strong links with the local community and regularly invites groups and organisations to the home.
Our chef prepares a delicious menu of three meals a day plus snacks. Personal preferences and dietary requirements are fully catered for so that all residents look forward to mealtimes.There is also a kitchenette for visitors to enjoy.
Based in a small village, Laurel Bank Care Home has close links with the community, with visits form the local schools and as of recently a base for “Wilsden In Bloom”.
It is a modern property with 63 good sized single rooms, each of which boasts the luxury of an en-suite wet room.
Staff at Laurel Bank do everything in their power to cater to the needs of each individual resident. This includes preparing home cooked meals on site on a daily basis and ensuring residents have the option whether to eat in one of the home's five dining rooms or in the comfort of their bedroom.
The home welcomes all religious dominations to ensure all those who stay with us can enjoy the same kind of activities that they did previously.
Ben started working in the care industry when he was 16.
Since then, he has held a number of roles including Senior Care Assistant and Deputy Manager and this has given him a great understanding of how best to operate a care home in a way which meets the individual needs of each resident.
Ben said: "I wish to showcase Laurel Bank as an outstanding home in the future, highlighting the care and support that our dedicated staff provide to the residents."
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