Member of the week – Meads Care
Based in the peaceful and prestigious Meads area of Eastbourne, owned and run by Prital Moskal, Meads Care delivers bespoke home-care services in their client’s homes and person-centred day, respite and long term residential care at Meads House, a beautifully-appointed Edwardian home in Denton Road, Eastbourne.
During May, Prital and the Meads Care team opened the beautiful garden of Meads House for two open garden events in support of local charities. St Wilfred’s Hospice Open Garden took place on the 19th May, sharing a date with the Royal Wedding. The event was booked before Harry and Meghan chose the date for their nuptials and, even with the wedding taking place, the open garden was well attended by St Wilfred’s many supporters and a great success. On May the 30th, Friends of Eastbourne District General Hospital, along with their amazing team of tireless volunteers, were hosted at Meads House Gardens for another popular, enjoyable and successful fundraising event.
Meads Care is continuing to support the local community by offering the stunning grounds of Meads House free of charge for Open Garden events for local charities and community organisations throughout the summer. Meads House open gardens are part of an ongoing initiative aiming to give back to the local community. Meads Care are also running a number of free educational events which are open to all. Covering a range of subjects, including Power of Attorney and Care Funding, these sessions are of particular importance to older people and their families or to anyone considering seeking assistance with care.
Meads Care is a family-run care service which prides itself on delivering professional care with a personal touch. For the past twenty years, Meads Care has been providing specialist care for people living with dementia and individuals affected by past or present mental health challenges.
For more information or to find out about booking an open garden event free of charge, please contact Meads Care on 01323 732632 or visit Meads Care here.
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