The Meath & Coronavirus
It is imperative that we first and foremost protect the safety and welfare of the people that we support.
To this end we are stopping visitors to the Meath for the immediate future apart from family members.
If you are visiting the Meath as a family member please read our Visitor Guidance or call our Registered Manager Tracy Toth on 01483 415095 if you have questions.
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About the Meath

If you or someone you care for is living with complex epilepsy, then we are here to help…

We are especially proud of the friendly, vibrant and welcoming atmosphere that greets everyone as they arrive and which seems to permeate all our buildings. It’s very special and we never, ever, take it for granted. one family member’s comment,

“the Meath is a most exceptional place and should be used as a blue print for all care homes”.

About the Meath

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    Expression of Interest

    We receive a lot of requests from potential resident’s relatives regarding vacancies and asking to come and view the Meath. Unfortunately, at present we don’t have any vacancies and in...

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    Aim, Vision & Mission

    Vision: A world of possibilities for people living with complex epilepsy and disabilities.
    Mission: To support, care for and protect the physical and mental health of people living with epilepsy.

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