Mill Green is situated in Newbold-on-Avon on the edge of Rugby and provides a long term home for adults living with long-term conditions and/or physical disabilities. For others we provide rehabilitation, respite and short-term residential care. Some of our residents also live with visual or hearing impairment, acquired brain injury, and cognitive or learning disabilities.  

At Mill Green we have created an atmosphere that encourages friendship and socialising in a warm, homely and welcoming environment. Mill Green is designed into two small households all on the ground floor. We've 15 bedrooms all of which have ensuite facilities. The two households share a lounge and dining area with a kitchenette where people can make their own snacks and drinks or cook a full meal if they choose. We have a large garden with raised planters for residents to grow and tend to their own flowers and vegetables. Residents are positively encouraged to take part in the daily living routines of the home such as shopping, cooking, gardening and a variety of leisure activities. We have a small domestic laundry room where a number of our residents prefer to do their own washing. We adapt our spaces to meet the specific needs of residents to make mobility as easy as possible and we make sure we have facilities such as computer access so that residents can continue to pursue their individual interests. 

Mill Green uses electronic care planning to record daily care notes. This system includes our relatives' gateway, which, with consent, can give relatives access to their loved one's care notes in real time from anywhere with an internet connection.

If you're thinking about making Mill Green your new home please get in touch to arrange a tour - like any new home you'll only know if it's right for you when you walk through the front door. 

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