At Willett House, every member of our team works together, constantly prioritizing our residents' well-being and comfort. Our dedicated carers in each wing foster meaningful relationships with residents, providing the familiarity and stability essential for those living with dementia. As Marie Roe, our Clinical Lead, puts it, "Willett House is a sanctuary where nurturing connections and creating a sense of security is at the heart of our daily care."
Discover the comprehensive range of services we offer, designed to support the diverse needs of our community. Four of our homes specialize in providing full nursing care for older individuals with elderly or frail nursing needs and those living with dementia. Our fifth home caters to younger adults with physical disabilities, providing a nurturing and empowering environment for them to thrive.
Our pastoral team offers a variety of spiritual activities and support for those who choose to participate, including worship services, prayer gatherings, Bible studies, small group activities, and one-on-one care and end of life support.
We are committed to addressing the unique needs of each resident and providing meaningful encouragement in their spiritual journey.
We understand the unique challenges faced by people living with dementia and we’re committed to providing them with exceptional care. Our devoted team creates a safe and compassionate environment, offering specialised support to enhance their quality of life.
At our facility, residents with dementia find the understanding, patience, and love they deserve.
Life at our care home is a tapestry of comfort, companionship, and purpose. Residents awaken to company of our compassionate team, and enjoy nutritious meals in a communal setting.
Engaging activities and tailored therapies keep minds and bodies active, recognising each individual’s capacity – this fosters a sense of accomplishment. It's a place where every day is an opportunity to live.
Short term care for people who may need help convalescing, or simply as a break for their caring partner, or family member. While we will always do our best to help people, we don’t offer a full time respite service as we cannot guarantee capacity.
We would always encourage you to check with our support team first who will be only too happy to advise and help.
Our thoughtfully-designed, two-story haven caters to the distinct needs of our residents. Four intimate wings each feature their own lounge, dining area, accessible bathrooms, nursing office, and kitchenette. To further enhance our residents' experience, we've created a spacious ground-floor activities room, a salon and treatment room, and offer hairdressing and chiropody services, regular GP visits, and optical, dental, and oral hygiene services.
I joined Mission Care in April 2018. Having been working for the NHS for about 11 plus years and developed from a band 5 novice nurse into different senior positions.
To my surprise, I came to find out that Mission Care existed way before the National Health Service was founded! This trigged my curiosity and draw my attention to Mission Care’s sustainability despite different waves of changes in the society.
I started from being a night nurse to a day nurse at Homefield. I was promoted later to a senior nurse, still at Homefield to a deputy manager. From February 2023, I was offered to act as the Willett House Manager. I saw this as not only an opportunity for my career development, but more of an honour from the senior management who put their trust in me.
The dedication, the gratitude, and the attitude to serve; the compassion to passion, the ambition to develop and develop others, the fulfilment of the outcomes of making a difference into someone’s life is the drive of walking into the women pioneers who have and are carrying on serving the vulnerable, the poorer, the unfortunate, the elderly, the needing within the entire Mission Care.