Lady Dane Farmhouse Nursing Home
Fynvola Foundation has converted a farmhouse called Lady Dane at Faversham, Kent into a 15 bedded Nursing home specifically for 'older' learning disabled people who need intensive nursing.
April 2010 - December 2016
The home is now open and has received its first residents.
We currently have 6 bedrooms that still need furnishing with specialised equipment, with a cost of £6,000 per room.
We are currently applying to Trusts and Foundation to ask if they will assist us.
We would like to ask donors to contact us and we will be pleased to inform you of our latest progress.
To equip Lady Dane Farmhouse to enable all the rooms to be open to those who need caring for.
Activities» We are currently applying to Trusts and Foundations
Success will be...monitored by all of the bedrooms being availalbe for residents
To purchase a converted minibus to take residents to essential appointments
Activities» We have applied to Trusts and Foundations
Success will be...monitored by having this minibus on site and using it for its purpose of transporting older learning disabled people to their appointments
This is the first home in the country to specialise in the older learning disabled person and to offer them a nursing home for life. Respite will also be offered to the public, especially for those will ageing parents who are carers.
The risks are minimal, the home will not offer more places until funding is in place as the rooms will not be furnished.
The Chairman will send an annual report to donors.
Budget - Project Cost: £76,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £40,000 Minibus Converted minibus with tracking and drop down sides and reear for wheelchairs £36,000 6 bedroom To furnish 6 bedrooms with specilaised equipment
We are based in Faversham, Kent in a beautiful rural setting
Ageing learning disabled people who need nursing and palliative care.
The Trustee have a wealth of knowledge and experience in this field and the Chairman has started other registered homes of this nature.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Mrs Jenny Gurney MBE