The newest addition to our Evermore family, Astley View
Astley View will offer residents the latest in technology and state-of-the-art facilities. As the first home to be built in Chorley in the past decade we’re proud to provide a comfortable, safe, sociable home with the latest in care technology.
With a strong focus on the wellbeing and lifestyle of our residents, our home has been designed by a dedicated team of social care experts and architects in order to provide the very highest level of care.
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Get in touch with a member of a friendly team today
Whether you’re looking for short stay or long-term care in Lancashire, residential care, or for a loved one living with dementia, Astley View is here to support you. We focus on personalised care and support in a homely, friendly community, enabling our residents to live life to the full. Our priority is ensuring that our residents receive the highest standards of care, all the time.
Astley View is a lively and stimulating place to live, a warm and inclusive community to belong to. Residents are free to choose their level of involvement in the home’s activities, whether it’s a trip to the local garden centre or afternoon tea in our very own tea room.
Respite (Short Stay) and Convalescent Care
Some residents will be interested in coming for shorter periods, perhaps whilst their family is away or after a hospital stay, or just simply to experience and enjoy the facilities, food and fun on offer at Astley View.
We recognise the decision to move a loved one into residential care can be a difficult one. Although many people are staying in their own homes longer, isolation and loneliness can lead to an increased risk of depression and other mental and physical health problems. Your loved one coming to a care home doesn’t mean that your role as a carer ends
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia it can be an overwhelming experience. There are more than 820,000 people living with dementia in the UK and every 3 minutes someone else will be diagnosed with this debilitating and distressing condition.
What Happens Next?
Call or email us
If you have a general enquiry about care, simply call or email the team using the details below