At 95-years-old, resident Gladys Blackthorn at Milton Court Care Home had always wished to go on a plane. She had spent time travelling in Europe with her sister when she was younger, but always by coach or rail. So, when she hung her wish up on our ‘Wishing Tree’ back in November we knew we…Read More
Milton Court Care Home Milton Keynes
- We offer: Residential Care, Dementia Care, Nursing & Respite Care
- Manager: Paul Bundyford
- Telephone: 01908 699555
- Awards: Health Investor Care Provider of 2016 & LaingBuisson Residential Care Provider 2016
- Features: Newly refurbished home, Spacious en-suite rooms, Focus on individually-led care, Activities & excursions, Coffee lounge, Private minibus for outings.
A Thriving Community of Care
A silver band signalled the opening of our care home in Milton Keynes, our newly refurbished home in Kents Hill is one of the finest of Milton Keynes care homes. All three floors now fit the excellent standards that Avery Healthcare, who recently took over this property, represent, and offer superb accommodation. The home is set back from the A421 Standing Way and is easily accessible from neighbouring towns across Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Milton Court is a thriving, companionable environment for those who need looking after in their later years. We put our focus on the individual needs of our residents and we encourage relatives and friends to be as involved as much as possible. We love to hear life stories and incorporate them into care programmes. Listening to the residents reminiscing is always fascinating and sparks off many a conversation. And just listening is important too.
Our spacious bedrooms come with en-suite wet rooms and TVs, and the lounges, scattered with colourful throws and rugs, make inviting spaces for friends and family to linger, let alone the residents. There’s always a place for a cosy chat – one to one conversations are a favourite activity – or for getting together in a communal activity.
Our new coffee lounge is inviting too, a lovely place for residents to take their morning drink, after which they might use our garden for their morning constitutional and build up an appetite for lunch.
For those who need just a short break, we can offer term respite care for a minimum of a week’s stay.
To see what we get up to you might want to view our dedicated Facebook that is kept up to date with all the activities and goings on in our care home in Milton Keynes, or call our manager Paul Bundyford on 01908 699555 for more details or if you would like a look around. You would be very welcome!Get in Touch
At Milton Court we put an emphasis on grasping life with both hands. Dancing round with umbrellas might not be for everyone, but we can guarantee that there will be something of interest to suit all tastes. Our Well-being Coordinators put on a full programme! Here is just a selection of what we do:
- Singing along with Sinatra songs
- Portrait painting
- Making chocolate brownies
- Going out to Stowe House and Bletchley Park
- Growing strawberries and tomatoes
- Keeping fit the chair way
- Petting ponies
Where well-being is concerned, we make sure we cater for mind, body and soul. Our minibus is always on hand to take residents out and about. Milton Keynes Museum is a favourite, as is Sunday lunch down the pub or just getting out into the countryside. We take technology in our stride too and as we’ve got Wi-Fi throughout the home (and people who know how to work it) we can keep in touch with loved ones far away through Skype. Our Milton Court Facebook page keeps everyone up to date with all that is going on. Anyone who would like to join us is most welcome. The more the merrier at our Milton Keynes care home!Contact Our Home
Fine Dining, the Highlight of Our Day…
We don’t down champagne every day, of course, that’s reserved for very special occasions. And a diet of canapés would be a bit boring! But our chef and the kitchen team do their best to make sure that every meal is a delicious experience and something to look forward to. We realise that mealtimes are an important part of home life and we like to make them sociable affairs and our food as attractively presented as it is healthy and nutritious.
Everything is cooked from fresh — although we might buy in the ice cream! – and where possible, locally sourced. There’s always a choice on the menu and we can cater for any dietary requirement. In fact we like our residents to have what they like. Most are very appreciative of the aperitif before dinner and the scrumptious cakes and snacks that are baked every day. Come in and try them for yourself!Enquire Now
Amenities at Our Care Home in Milton Keynes
Latest Milton Court stories
Donned in England hats and waving flags, residents from Milton Court Care Home made their mark when they met the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, on a royal visit to Bletchley Park on Tuesday 14th May. Kate had been invited to the famous World War II code-breaking site to see an exhibition which marked the…Read More
John Dunbabin is a resident at Milton Court Care Home in Milton Keynes and had an incredible career with a globally famous luxury car maker, Aston Martin. A highly skilled craftsman, his talent gave him an amazing journey through the motor industry, having his name on Aston Martin engine plaques all over the world and meeting such people as the Queen,…Read More
On Wednesday 17th October, our Avery Ambassador Sherrie Hewson joined us to officially name the units of Milton Court Care Home! In celebration of the occasion, our event had a black and white theme throughout, including monochrome balloons, flowers, garlands and other fantastic decorations. Sherrie was welcomed into the home by the Deputy Mayor of…Read More
The latest interview in our Avery Archive series is with Milton Court’s intrepid resident Malcolm Sears, who back in the 60’s and 70’s was a well respected amateur racing car driver who drove a much loved and infamous Sunbeam Tiger V8. Malcolm is famous for his part in one of the greatest racing films ever…Read More
Grace Hughes, a resident of Milton Court Care Home in Milton Keynes tells her story as an evacuee during the war. Grace tells her story with humour and an unflinching dose of reality. She retells her heartbreaking moment of departure into the unknown and the reception that awaited her in Somerset. Recounted as if it…Read More
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