Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court (AEPWC) is an award winning residential home which delivers care to Freemasons, their dependents and the wider communities.
The home was purpose-built in 1973, in the seaside town of Porthcawl, and it stands in its own 7 acre landscaped grounds. It can support up to 76 residents with permanent care or short stay respite breaks. The home provides residential care, nursing and residential dementia support.
Most if not all Freemasons across South Wales, West Wales and Monmouthshire Provinces have supported AEPWC over the years. It is gratifying therefore to know that the support provided has been well utilised by the home’s management team and staff to ensure a high quality of care, supportive and enjoyable environment for the home’s residents.
The high quality of care provided has resulted in a number of external awards for the home. A leading UK Care Home Review website (carehome.co.uk) shows that AEPWC has been awarded 9 external awards, over the last 7 years, for the quality of the care it provides.
It collates a score (0 – 10) generated from all of the reviews and recommendations made, and the home’s current score is 9.9. It has also rated the home as a Top 20 Care home in Wales for the last 3 years.
Read the many reviews, by accessing the carehome.co.uk website here.