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What We Offer

What We Offer

Residential Social Care | Respite Care | Residential Dementia Care

Why choose to live here?

Hawksbury House residential Care Home is a clean, fresh and well maintained care home in Low Fell, Gateshead.

We are a caring community that provides individual care to each person that lives in the Care Home. We look after our residents but we also look after our staff and premises. We provide skilled 24 hour residential social including dementia and respite care.

Hawksbury House Care Home has a proven track record of excellent care and many of our staff have worked at the Care Home for 10 years or more. Our staff turnover is very low and this ensures a stable environment for residents to live.

The strength of Hawksbury House is our skilled, dedicated team of staff that are willing to go that extra mile for every resident.

Come and visit Hawksbury House.

All people who make enquiries are invited to visit our Care Home and meet our Resident and Staff. You can stay for lunch and try our delicious home cooked food. At each meal there are several choices available and we also cater for special diets.

Is this the right Care Home?

A residential Care Home needs to be suitable for the person's care requirements.

We offer short respite or long term care for the elderly and for those people with Dementia. To ensure we can provide the care you need our manager will complete a care assessment for each person’s care requirements.

Our manager will also come to visit you and you'll be invited to visit our Care Home where you are welcome to have a meal and join in with any of our activities which are taking place in the Home.

To talk to us about the care you we can provide or to arrange a visit to Hawksbury House please contact us.

What our clients have to say about Hawksbury House

COVID-19

We do not currently have any cases of Coronavirus at our home. We are still open and able to safely help people move into our care home. However, in order to prioritise the safety and welfare of our residents and staff, our home is now temporarily closed for all visits, unless in exceptional circumstances. We continue to take guidance and advice from the Department of Health and Public Health England.