Howson Care Centre Ltd is situated in the small village of Willingham-by-Stow, which is inbetween Lincoln and Gainsborough. The home was originally built as a community hospital in 1879 and then was taken over by the NHS in the 1940’s, before later becoming a care home.
At Howson you won’t find deep pile carpets and long stemmed wine glasses, but you will find management and staff who care, and a welcoming and friendly environment. The village does not have a shop, but does have a pub, which can sometimes be nice when visiting to pop in with your relative to have a change of scene.
Around The Home
The Main House
25 beds for people over the age of 18 with Mental Health problems (MD). This is the area where we care for some extremely complex problems. Together with the MDT …
This area is used for residents who can have some challenging issues either of a mental health or learning disability perspective. We have 13 single rooms and 2 double rooms. …
8 beds for people over the age of 18 with a Mental Health or Learning Disability. Here we have 8 single rooms. This area is on the first floor, therefore …
25 beds for people with Dementia or similar conditions over the age of 55. Here we have 13 single and 6 double rooms, all of which are en-suite. Married couples …
16 beds for people age 18-65 with a Mental Health or Learning Disability diagnosis. This is a modern 2 storey building which is purpose built to provide excellent accommodation and …
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