Birchwood Grange Care Home is proud to have been voted for the third consecutive year as one of the top 20 care homes out of the 1400 in the London region. Leading industry review website Carehome.co.uk is the default platform for the management of any care home serious about its reputation, receiving many thousands of…Read More
Birchwood Grange in Kenton
- We offer: Residential Care, Dementia Care and Respite Care
- Manager: Mark Bird
- Telephone: 020 8385 1115
- Awards: Health Investor Care Provider of 2016 & LaingBuisson Residential Care Provider 2016; Winner of 4 National Care Home Awards in 2018 including Best Care Home Group (Large) & Qube Learning Employer of 2019
- Features: Inspirational manager, Diverse resident community, Total community involvement, Serenity teepee, Lounge garden, Care home Vegetarian Chef of 2019, Picnic area, Sensory room, Herb garden, Table tennis room, Accent on nature and world food.
A Proudly Diverse Harrow Care Home
Birchwood Nursing Home on Preston Hill in Kenton, Harrow, is a thriving, multi-cultural home drawing residents of various cultural backgrounds from across north London. We are just a 5-minute walk from Preston Road tube station and close to the woods and open spaces of Fryent Country Park.
Our diversity is our strength, and our community is both strong and nourishing and the residents thrive on a high calibre of care and companionship. Birchwood Grange has well-grounded community links, and groups of all kinds come to visit us. Local schools, faith groups, voluntary organisations are all regularly coming through our doors. We see ourselves as an important part of our local Harrow and Brent communities and our inclusive approach ensures that family members and friends are always kept informed and join in with us.
No one will forget the experience when approaching the home and seeing the amazing decorative and ornamental flowers and animals, all of which are the inspiration of Mark Bird, our energetic and popular Home Manager. He brings that ‘je ne sais quoi’ to Birchwood Grange with his inspired leadership and enthusiasm and it’s worth a visit just to meet up with him and hear about the home and the outstanding residential care and companionship he and his team provide.
To see what we get up to you might want to view our dedicated Facebook that is kept updated with all the activities and goings on in the home, or call our friendly manager, Mark Bird on 020 8385 1115.Get in Touch
Taking inspiration from our dynamic manager, our Well-being and Activity Coordinators see to it that there is never a dull moment in our nursing home and actively encourage everyone to be as in involved with life as they can be. Just have a look at our Facebook page to bear this out. If you were a resident here, you would be spoiled for choice. What would you choose?
• Reminiscence Caravan
• Very Ornate Lounge Garden
• Picnic Area
• Sensory Room
• Herb Garden
• Table Tennis Room
I’d go for all of them myself, but whatever the choice (and it’s a hard one) you can rest assured that the residents’ improved well-being is the yardstick by which we judge our success. Our programme of events is open to all relatives,and in fact our residents’ and relatives’ committee plays an active part in guiding the development of home life. And there is plenty going on outside the home too. Residents go up to London, to the local cafés and even make friends with the local firemen at the friendly neighbourhood fire station.Contact the Home
Thoughtful & Diverse Food
To reflect our vibrant mix of residents and backgrounds, we offer a range of dining experiences, from spices from the east, amazing vegetarian dishes to the more traditional roast beef dinners and the like. We particularly enjoy our meals that are themed around special or noteworthy events; sometimes we even go so far as to put on a wine and cheese tasting evening. We aim to make our mealtimes as varied and interesting as possible, all the while maintaining excellent quality and sound nutrition. After all, we are what we eat. One of our Chefs recently won the title of National Care Home Vegetarian Chef of 2019.
We enjoy growing our own herbs with help from our residents, as it gives that extra touch to the food, but we don’t stop there. Residents like to get involved in the food preparation themselves, and having their input helps our culinary team understand what makes a successful meal. We are always keen to welcome friends and family to see what we’ve been cooking up.Enquire Now
Amenities at Birchwood Grange
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Latest Birchwood Grange stories
We recently invited our local community to the official opening of our Mini Gym and our unique Dementia Caravan. Guests included Avery Ambassador, Sherrie Hewson, the Mayor of Brent, Arshad Mahmood, children from Preston Manor School, Therapaws Animal Rescue Centre, St Luke’s Hospice, our student and local community volunteers, students from Norway, plus Vicar Olwen…Read More
Birchwood Grange is a large 150-bedroom home in Harrow that has been transformed in the four years since it transferred to Avery Healthcare and Home Manager Mark Bird was appointed. Mark had previously worked for the NHS in emergency care and was the UK’s first male matron, so came well equipped to manage a clinical team and work in a challenging…Read More
At the glittering awards ceremony for the Great British Care Awards regional finals in London, we are very proud to announce our care home Manager at Birchwood Grange, Mark Bird, won the Home Care Registered Manager Award for 2018! Mark was nominated as a surprise by his team for the award and outshone the competition.…Read More
The first three student nurses started their six-week placements at Birchwood Grange Care Home in September, following successful quality checks by Kings College London. (Pictured: Our first three student nurses at the start of their placement with our Deputy Manager Linda) We had previously developed links with Kings College in 2015 when we hosted a…Read More
It’s clear as soon as you walk into Birchwood Grange Care Home in Harrow, with its colourful decorations and homely atmosphere, that it is no ordinary care home. Led by Manager Mark Bird, the home’s strength is its diversity, creativity and strong local community and it is Mark’s approach that has led the home to…Read More
Birchwood Grange has got the winning habit! For the second successive year Birchwood has successfully gained entry to the prestigious group of care homes to have recorded the highest average review score on Carehome.co.uk’s top 20 awards for the Great London region. Carehome.co.uk is our industry’s leading web portal and their trusted review platform is…Read More
Well it looks like Birchwood Grange has done it again. This time they have managed to make Carehome.co.uk’s Top 20 list of care homes for the Greater London area in 2017 by attracting the verified testimonials of residents, family and friends…..and lots of them by the sounds of it! Carehome.co.uk is our industry’s leading review…Read More
Birchwood Grange Care Home in Kenton, Harrow is delighted to have received an overall rating of ‘Good’ from the care industries regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The recent unannounced inspection marked the home as ‘Outstanding’ in the category for Care, and Good in the remaining four categories for Safety, Effectiveness, Responsiveness and Leadership. Birchwood…Read More
Our very own Emilia from Birchwood Grange contributed to this small video project that Avery Healthcare were proud to support. The video captures the thoughts, and celebrates the lives of three centenarians. The video is both thoughtful and uplifting but dont take our word for it…watch it for yourself.Watch the video
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