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Yesterday was Methodist Homes (MHA) Sunday. In Aylesbury, our nearest one is Hillside at the top of Bicester Road. This is what MHA is about...

A special feature of our homes and schemes is the emphasis placed on the spiritual well-being of older people. We believe this to be an important element of the service we provide and an integral part of everybody's work. We respect the personal beliefs of each individual, and the choice of older people to participate, or not, in activities and events within the home or scheme.

Live at Home schemes are aimed at helping older people to maintain their independence by providing them with a variety of services and support.

In our Residential Care, trained and dedicated staff teams provide round-the-clock care and support to residents who can enjoy the benefits of community life along with the privacy of their own bedrooms.

Nursing Care: When residents have ongoing nursing care needs, teams of registered Nurses on site provide this specialist support day and night.

Dementia & Nursing Dementia Care: People with dementia require specialist care to ensure they have the person-centred attention they need and deserve.

We are increasingly offering an Inclusive Living option in our latest housing with care developments. This is a designed to make life easy and take away some of the everyday hassles associated with living in your own home.

MHA's retirement apartments with 24 hour care enable you to continue to enjoy your independence in the comfort of your own home, with access to dedicated in-house care and support if and when you need it.

Retirement Housing and Villages are designed to provide a welcoming environment by creating a vibrant community of like-minded people. Apartments and cottages are designed to make life easier for residents by incorporating a range of features that offer peace of mind, comfort and security.

For more information click here or telephone 01332 296200

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