Waterside, London
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Type of Service: Care Home only (Residential Care),
40 Sumner Road, Peckham, London, SE15 6LA.
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Supports African & Caribbean Residents
About Waterside, London

Welcome to Waterside, London

Offering dementia care and residential care.

Anchor’s Waterside in Peckham, South East London is a trusted provider of residential care for elderly people, and we offer specialised services for elderly people who have dementia and physical disability.

Our care home’s well trained and helpful staff provide 24-hour care and support to help you maintain your chosen lifestyle, adapting as your needs change.

At Waterside, activities play an important role and we aim to enhance our residents’ quality of life by providing a varied range of social activities.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our catering, with our chef preparing meals daily from fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Set in an inner city location, in its own beautiful grounds, Waterside care home is close to local services and amenities, such as library, swimming pool, pub, shops, and nearby park.

Come and visit us at any time. We’re here to help and look forward to giving you a warm welcome.

Details
Type of Service:
Care Home only (Residential Care),

Day Care Activities:


Registered Care Category:
Dementia, Old Age, Physical Disability, Sensory Impairment, Learning Disability, Mental Health Condition,
Specialist Care Category:
Alzheimer's, Cancer Care, Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Stroke,
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