Prince of Wales Residential Home2023-10-17T22:24:35+01:00

Prince of Wales Residential Home

The Prince of Wales Residential Home based in Ipswich has been providing residential care of a very high quality to 49 residents for many years.

We are passionate about supporting people living with dementia.

The groups ethos of “enabling individuals to live as they choose” is embedded within the home. Our residents are at the centre of everything we do and are firmly in control of their home.

Ensuring participation and inclusion promotes wellbeing for all, resulting in an environment which is truly happy and a team that want to be there. Everyone is here to support one another as one big family. As an organisation we put a great amount of importance on lived experience and individual choice, identifying engagement that is meaningful to reduce any feelings of isolation or loneliness.

The home is situated in a residential area to the south of Ipswich which is a thriving market town in the heart of East Anglia, offering various retail and entertainment facilities.

Testimonials from our residents and their relatives…

“Kind people who look after us well. Lots of fun and laughter. I have a special lady friend here her name is Maxine.”

“This place means a lot to me, it’s my home I really like it here. All the staff are wonderful, I feel loved, they tell me they love me every day.”

“The carers mean everything to me they are my family and I am happy here.”

“I was in another  home before here and it was nothing like this, it’s BOOTIFUL here. It’s my home. My family and I love it.”

Key Features

  • Single Rooms

  • Double Rooms

  • Communal Sitting Rooms

  • Private Sitting Rooms

  • Enclosed Gardens

  • Group Activities and Individual Hobbies Encouraged

Prince of Wales Residential Home

I am Max, the registered manager and I have worked in care since I was 18 in various different settings. Eventually working as a Community Nurse I finally found my happy place by accident at Prince of Wales House.

Our home is a feeling, it’s a huge comfort blanket that wraps itself around you surrounding you with warmth, safety, acceptance and most of all love.

I am supported by Leanne Dmore the Deputy manager who has been here since 2010. We both feel it is an honour to enable our residents to live as they choose and to be part of their lives.

Acting Manager: Annalies Gaskell

Home Manager: Maxine Brand

Deputy Manger: Leanne D’More

Call us on: 01473 687129