Services offered: Residential Care Nursing Care Dementia Care
Langford View offers exceptional residential and nursing care for 60 residents in a modern, light and welcoming home setting.
Opened in 2012 it is conveniently located in a peaceful cul-de-sac close to Bicester town centre. All local amenities and shops are nearby including the famous Bicester Village outlet centre. The new Bicester Village railway station is close by with fast services direct to both London Marylebone and Oxford.
About the Home
This modern home offers you a cosy and comfortable environment where you can continue to enjoy a fulfilling and independent lifestyle. Our friendly, professionally trained staff team is on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week to give you the high quality support and care that you need, when you need it.
Our ground floor has a dedicated nursing unit catering for up to 23 residents in single en suite bedrooms and our first floor is a specialist dementia care centre catering for 37 residents. Our aim is to provide high quality person-centred care and services to everyone with dignity respect and compassion. We support independence in an atmosphere of warmth, security, companionship and laughter.
Relax or socialise with friends and family in one of the comfortable lounges, or enjoy the peace and quiet of your own spacious bed-sitting room. We are fortunate to have landscaped gardens, easily accessible by wheelchair, so everyone can enjoy the beautiful flowers, plants and trees throughout the year.
Food and Nutrition
Home cooked meals are prepared by our talented cook and kitchen team. As well as taking advantage of seasonal produce whenever possible, the freshly prepared, delicious dishes are carefully balanced to get the best nutritional value and take account of any individual dietary requirements or preferences. The team loves to cater for a special occasion, like a birthday, and of course, visitors are always welcome to join us.
Choose to take part in one of the many activities taking place every day, organised by our dedicated Activity Coordinator around each person's hobbies, interests or requests. We'll be pleased to help you to continue with existing pastimes or support you in trying something new if you so wish. There are also regular visits by outside entertainers. Whether you want to join in a group activity or simply read a book, we make sure that everyone is able to enjoy themselves to the fullest.
Upcoming community and family events
- Weekly Coffee Mornings - every Friday, 10.30-11.45am
- Macmillan Coffee Morning - Friday 28th September, 10.30-11.45am
- Autumn Fayre - Tuesday 16th October, 10am-12pm
- 'Wear it Pink' coffee morning in aid of Breast Cancer Now - Friday 19th October, 10.30-11.45am
- Halloween Fancy Dress Coffee Morning and Raffle - Wednesday 31st October, 10.30-11.45am
- Children in Need Coffee Morning - Friday 16th November, 10.30-11.45am
- Christmas Fete - Saturday 8th December, 2pm-4pm
- Christmas Jumper Day Coffee Morning - Friday 14th December, 10.30-11.45am
To find out more about any of these events please phone 01869 252343.
Visit us and see for yourself
The best way to find out all that we can offer you is to come along for a chat and to see for yourself. Contact us to make an appointment - we'll be delighted to welcome you.
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What we offer
Regular visits by health professionals
Awarded for attaining an internal audit score of 100% and the achievement of excellence in the areas of the audit which relate to the care and welfare of our residents. This achievement demonstrates the commitment and passion towards providing all those living in the home with the highest quality lived experience.
Awarded for attaining an internal audit score of 100% in this area of care delivery, this award evidences the whole team’s commitment to quality and the safety and well-being of their residents. Achieving this award validates that medication is managed by competent and trained employees, that medication is safely and effectively ordered, stored, administered, monitored, reviewed and disposed of in accordance with all best practice guidance and current legislation.