Heather Grange is a purpose built care home, opened in December 2010, and is set close to the General Hospital in the old mill town of Burnley, Lancashire. Exclusively designed to offer complete flexibility, allowing residents to move between the services to meet any changes within their individual care needs.

The categories of care provided at Heather Grange are General Residential and Residential Dementia. We like to use the term “Memory Care” instead of Dementia.

We provide specialist permanent and respite care for the elderly using our extensive range of facilities and specialised suites such as our “Memory Care Community” that incorporates assistive technology and provides stimulation.

Every person at Heather Grange is viewed as an individual and will be thoroughly assessed prior to admission. Individual person centred care plans will be implemented to ensure that all assessed needs are met to the highest standard achievable.

A wide range of activities is provided to ensure social stimulation and social interaction remains a part of a person’s everyday life.

Our staff are selected to provide unparalleled care. They are chosen for their knowledge, skills, expertise and dedication in supporting residents with a diverse range of assessed needs.

Our highly qualified Managers ensure the smooth and efficient running of Heather Grange Care Home to provide a first class quality service within a luxurious environment.

Features and Facilities

  • Lifts to all floors
  • Communal areas
  • Small Group Living areas
  • Coffee Shop for residents and guests
  • Internet Cafe
  • Dedicated Activities Room
  • Hair and Beauty Salon
  • Spacious interior designed rooms
  • Patio with water feature
  • Residents’ allotment garden
  • Memory Lane rooms
  • Reminiscence therapy
  • Religious Services
  • Minibus for outings
  • Activities Coordinator
  • Sensory Equipment
  • Enabler Chair

Home Manager

Heather Grange

Queens Road
Burnley
BB10 1XX

Donna Laird

01282 415908

Silk Healthcare and the Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. They make sure the high standards of care provided by Silk Healthcare meet and exceed the national standards of care.

Words can’t express the gratitude we feel for you and your wonderful team, when caring for our mother. Although she was only with your for a short while, we all felt welcomed and part of the Heather Grange family.

Family of resident – Heather Grange