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About us

Anisha Grange is a multi-award winning care home in Billericay, Essex, providing residential care, nursing care and dementia care. We have been named ‘The UKs Most Outstanding Care Home’ at the Over 50s Housing Awards, been awarded ‘Best New Build Care Home’ at the prestigious Pinders awards, been applauded in national newspapers for our community involvement and beautiful gardens, and have even featured on a BBC One documentary with Terry Wogan!

Anisha Grange has a superb reputation due to our modern facilities and the outstanding level of residential, nursing and dementia care we provide to our residents. Our residents are supported to live an active and fulfilled life. Our relationship-centred care enables residents to keep on doing the things they’ve always loved – the things they perhaps thought they could no longer enjoy. So as part of our community, they’ll be able to cook, help out in the garden and carry on with the kind of everyday routines which make their lives theirs.

Life at Anisha Grange

Our facilities allow residents to continue enjoying these everyday routines they cherish, such as having their weekly hair and nail appointment at the luxurious ‘His & Hers’ hair salon or catching up with friends over fresh coffee and homemade cakes in the vibrant café, which includes an airy conservatory area. Residents can also enjoy their favourite film in the dedicated state-of-the-art cinema room, have a family get together in the celebrations room or unwind with a relaxing massage in the home’s luxurious therapy room.

Anisha Grange has a unique ‘Community Room’ which is used by local groups and classes and allows residents to participate in activities they have always enjoyed, or try out new activities that they may not have had a chance to do before. From our ‘In Stiches’ sewing group to race nights, arts and crafts, baking and gardening club; activities are tailored to meet the needs of each individual resident. A packed calendar of activities is put up each week for residents to take a look at and choose what they would like to participate in.

The care home, as with others in the Hallmark Care Homes group, is also known for its award-winning landscaped gardens, featuring a vintage Morris Minor as its centerpiece. Residents are invited to take part in looking after the garden and preparing it for the well-known ‘Hallmark in Bloom’ competition, where we pit each of our care home gardens against one another to see who has the best garden in the whole Hallmark family!

Meanwhile, our award-winning specialist dementia environments are designed specifically to enhance the quality of life of our residents, offering stability, reassurance and familiarity.

Why choose us?

Our dedicated team work closely with residents to empower them to take part in engaging activities that are tailored to their needs and based on lifestyle preferences. These take place both within the home and in Billericay and the surrounding areas, and include tea dances, energetic exercise classes and excursions to the theatre, local exhibitions and community events.

Our philosophy of relationship-centred care means we train our team with additional communication and observational skills to support the people we care for. As a result, Anisha Grange is one of the leading care homes in Essex for those who are living with dementia. Anisha Grange is featured as one of the top 20 recommended care homes in the East of England and was highly commended for customer service at the 2015 Essex Business Awards.

Pop in for a visit and see for yourself what makes Anisha Grange so different. To find out more, phone us on the number above or download one of our brochures.

Meet the manager

Roda Williams - General Manager

I am the General Manager at Anisha Grange with responsibility for the smooth operation of the home to meet the needs of the residents. I have been in the care sector for over 13 years, 8 of those being at management level. I am passionate about my job and find nothing more satisfying than seeing the residents and team happy.

Roda Williams