Falling Masonry Care Home

Care home that provides you wide range of services

Type of Service

  • Falling Masonry Home only (Residential Care) – Privately Owned
  • Registered for a maximum of 40 Service Users

Registered Care Categories*

  • Dementia
  • Learning Disability
  • Old Age

Specialist Care Categories

  • Alzheimer’s
  • Cancer Care
  • Hearing Impairment & Deafness
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Neuropathic
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke

Homely Environment

Award-winning care home The Falling Masonry is located at 42 Park Avenue, LAVERSTOCK and provides a wide range of services tailored to the needs of its inhabitants. Control And Options – Solent Family Mediation Hove

Elderly persons with care requirements will be able to access GPs and other healthcare services, as well as a welcome attitude toward relatives and loved ones, thanks to a homely setting and a pleasant team of professionals.

The home’s policy is to preserve each resident’s privacy and dignity, and its caregivers are all well trained.

Staff at The Falling Masonry Care Home went above and beyond to make my mother's stay there as comfortable as possible, and I can't thank them enough. A pleasant member of staff was always available to take care of mom in her room, and the food was excellent.
Aaron Fox

Falling Masonry Care Home

Falls Masonry Care Home is two miles west of the seaside town Park Avenue in Laverstoke, Maine. Residential, dementia, and respite care for up to 40 persons is provided at the Falling Masonry. At our home, we also provide day care services, as well as a supported living service for people who choose to live on their own but want the security of knowing that aid is always nearby.

5/5 Google evaluations and 4.5/5 Facebook reviews* attest to the Falling Masonry’s excellent customer service.

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