Aldeburgh’s Garrett House has been placed in the running for several Suffolk awards thanks to its superb quality of care.
The House has a long history in the town, having been owned and managed by the Stedman family for over 30 years, and has always prided itself on offering residents independence, dignity, and privacy. Providing services for 45 clients, Garrett House provides long-term and permanent care as well as services for as short as a month or a weekend, always making certain to treat people as individuals and with a wealth of personal care in this wonderful Aldeburgh care home.
Garrett House Aldeburgh care home has been shortlisted for Suffolk Country Council’s ‘Going the Extra Mile’ (GEM) Awards for Quality of Service and Good Practice in Care at Residential Homes, as well as in three other categories. Taking place in Ipswich, the awards are designed to recognise excellence in Suffolk care homes.