Awel y Dyffryn
Are you looking for that extra bit of support whilst maintaining your independence?
Are you looking for that extra bit of support whilst maintaining your independence? Awel y Dyffryn in Denbigh is our latest development, offering high-quality homes and a friendly, close-knit community, developed for older people who want to continue enjoying their independence.
Awel y Dyffryn is an extra care housing scheme opening in the autumn of 2021 by Grwp Cynefin in partnership with Denbighshire County Council. Located in the heart of Denbigh and close to shops, it provides a superb opportunity for people over 60 to live in a safe and homely environment with flexible care and support services.
Independence - Support - Community
Awel y Dyffryn is a £12m scheme that offers people over the age of 60 the very best of modern living in a comfortable and safe surrounding.
You will be able to continue to live independently in one of our 66 self-contained apartments, with the reassurance that care and support is on hand 24 hours a day, if required. Priority for apartments will be given to Denbighshire residents.
Comprised of 42 two-bedroom and 24 one-bedroom apartments, you will benefit from a flexible level of care and support which can be tailored to suit you, prolonging your independence. Our staff are always sensitive towards changing needs.
Security and Support
You can apply for a flat at Awel y Dyffryn whether you’re currently a homeowner or tenant. Friends and family can come and go as they want and there will be plenty of opportunities to make new friends as part of a lively community, with inside and outside communal areas to socialise in. There is also an opportunity for guests to stay over for a small fee in a suite onsite.
Come and go as you please and continue to enjoy your freedoms whilst taking in what the local area has to offer. With your own front door, your apartment is your home where you can continue to cook, entertain and enjoy an independent lifestyle. Each apartment consists of a kitchen, living area, bathroom and bedroom. The scheme is designed to enable you to live in your own home for as long as possible and to make independent living easier.
Renting a one or two bedroom apartment at Awel y Dyffryn also gives you access to communal lounges where you can socialise with other residents and enjoy various planned activities, such as arts and crafts, coffee mornings, exercise class, quizzes, choir singing, gardening and intergenerational sessions with local children and young people.
The resources at Awel y Dyffryn are designed to promote overall health and wellbeing as part of the wider community, tackle loneliness and improve mental health.
A midday meal is also served in the communal dining area daily, giving all residents the opportunity to enjoy a delicious and well-balanced meal and chat over lunch.
- Your own tenancy and your own front door
- Care and support available 24 hours a day
- Activities and a sense of community spirit
- 24-hour careline alarm service in each apartment
- 24-hour emergency maintenance service
- Each apartment comes with a fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and lounge area
- Accessible design - level access showers, lifts and scooter store
- Secure door entry system
- Communal areas – lounges and room for activities
- Dining room
- Hair salon
- Guest room
- Parking facilities
- Therapy facilities
- Landscaped gardens
If you or your family member are interested in Awel y Dyffryn, please contact us to find out more. Call 0300 111 2122 or email: email@example.com
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