Cherry Orchard House

Cherry Orchard House provides a mix of 52 affordable one and two-bedroom apartments, plus one bungalow supporting older and younger people who may live with dementia, learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder or sensory impairments.

The development, designed with the assistance of the residents, provides lovely views over the Avon Meadows Community Wetlands and boasts many on-site facilities including a restaurant, bird watching room, salon, garden and activities rooms which are available to residents, their friends and families and the general community.

Regular resident-led activities and groups run each week – such as bowling, darts, knit and natter, art sessions, bingo and coffee mornings. There are even weekly visits from the local first school, who take part in activities with the residents.

Residents are able to visit the bustling town, which for most, is within walking distance of the scheme. As an independent living scheme, residents are able to come and go as they please but they have the peace of mind that there is always someone available, should they need assistance.

For those residents who require support, our care workers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, helping residents to retain as much independence as possible, for as long as possible. Care is tailored to the needs of each person, provided within their own home and can range from a little help daily to support throughout the day and night time.

Working in close partnership with Rooftop Housing Group housing association and local volunteers, we ensure high quality independent living for the residents of this scheme.

Address:
Radis Community Care
Cherry Orchard House
Cherry Orchard
Pershore
Worcestershire
WR10 1EZ

Email:
cherryorchard@radis.co.uk

Telephone:
01386 553387

Kimberley Rouse

SERVICE MANAGER AT CHERRY ORCHARD HOUSE

“I began as a Care Worker with Radis and fell in love with the job immediately. I love building relationships with the people we care for and learning all about their different histories. It is extremely important to me that everyone is treated with the respect they deserve, and everyone is given an equal opportunity to gain access to the services and support they need.”

“Before I moved in we talked about what I wanted. There was a schedule drawn up about when I needed help and what with. ”

ResidentCullum Road

“I am one of the original tenants, from when Wellwood House opened in 2002. I call Wellwood House my home. I am now 97 years old and am still able to do what I can for myself, which is thanks to the design of the building and the care and support I receive from the staff. I have got to know them all well over the years and I am very thankful that they have kept me healthy and motivated.”

ResidentWellwood House

“A pleasant place to live. Lovely flat and all the assistance I need. The staff are wonderful and very helpful. It is lovely to have a cafe to meet other people, enjoy good food in a pleasant environment. There are many activities.”

ResidentCherry Orchard House

“The staff support me with what I can't quite manage. They all know how independent I am and don't try to take this away from me.”

ResidentClarence Park Village

“I moved into Ty George Lansbury 6 years ago following discharge from hospital. I couldn’t return to my house, so coming to Ty George was peace of mind for myself and for my family. It meant that I could live independently but still have the support from the 24 hr lifeline service and care team just in case I have any difficulties at all. It’s also good to know there is always the support from the on-site Radis care workers too.”

ResidentTy George

“I feel safe. There are no care staff that walk through my flat door that I am not pleased to see. Staff are all different but have the same care values at heart. Very kind, caring and reassuring. I am very impressed with this place. I would like to end my days here at Woodland Court.”

ResidentWoodland Court

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