A warm welcome to The Grove
We provide support and nursing care for physically disabled adults in a friendly and safe home. Our team is fully trained and we’re regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
You’ll find us in a lovely country house just south of the city of Norwich. We’re surrounded by woodland and overlooking a picturesque lake. Regular visitors to the grounds include a herd of deer and a group of peacocks!
There’s plenty do see and do in nearby Norwich, including an excellent shopping centre, restaurants, pubs and parks. There’s also a castle in the middle of the city and a cathedral with the second tallest spire in England.
Facilities for you
The Grove is a large country house with 32 bedrooms. There’s always room for you to welcome your family and friends or get together with other residents.
Our facilities include:
- 32 bedrooms
- activities room
- tranquillity room
- internet café
- well-maintained garden
- access to a large lake and park with wheelchair accessible paths
We make sure mealtimes can be enjoyed by everyone. Our menus are planned with involvement from our residents and staff, and special diets are always catered for.
The home offers a range of activities for residents depending on what they want to do, including arts and crafts, quizzes, sports, fishing and lakeside exploring. We also hold events in the home, including themed evenings and Chinese and Indian cuisine nights. You’ll have the chance to be social, get creative or enjoy exercise — you choose.
Group activities aren’t for everyone and you might just want to do things on your own. If so, we can help. If you need support, one option is to find a volunteer to come along with you.
Whatever activities you’d like to do, you can always talk to one of our team about the different choices available to you.
‘Moving here has been absolutely brilliant! One thing that has really changed is I have overcome my fear of using a hoist. I hated using it at home, but here it doesn’t scare me. It’s made a big difference because now I know I can get onto my commode with the staff’s help.
‘I also feel so much more confident and less nervous. I feel like I could do anything now if I put my mind to it.
‘The staff have been great and have encouraged me to try new things. Since I’ve been here I’ve been feeding myself, which I’ve never been able to do. I can’t read at the moment but I want to learn how to read. I think I’ll be able to do it here.’