Chiltern View


Chiltern View

Brendoncare is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for older people through our 10 care homes and 90 friendship and wellbeing clubs. Brendoncare Chiltern View is a purpose-built care facility offering individual care for people living with dementia. Chiltern View provides a home where people can be helped to live as independently as possible and where the emphasis is on quality and enjoyment of life.

About Chiltern View

Leading in Dementia Care

Dementia is a cruel disease, robbing people of their independence and changing individuals. At Brendoncare we are leading the way in dementia care. Pushing the boundaries of care through staff training, working in partnership with leading dementia care specialists and universities, to ensure we are providing the best quality of life to every individual resident.


Brendoncare Chiltern View is purpose-built care and offers excellent levels of safety, giving residents the opportunity for independence within their home. Our beautiful landscape gardens, with views to the valley and rolling fields beyond are available for both residents and their families to share and relax in.

Further Information

To find out more about the care we provide then we invite you to visit our home. You will find a warm welcome and staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to welcoming you to Brendoncare Chiltern View.

Nursing Home

Chiltern View provides a home where people can be helped to live as normally as possible and where the emphasis is on quality and enjoyment of life. The staff offer highly skilled nursing care when necessary and are proud to do so in an environment where residents are helped to feel they are still in charge of their own lives.

The atmosphere of the home is one of light and colour, and it is divided into self-contained households to give a home-like feel of small family units. Each household consists of 15 bedrooms, a welcoming sitting room and a small kitchen area. The entrance hall, sitting rooms and dining room are all comfortable and easy to identify, and provide sociable places to be with others. For those who prefer more peace and solitude, their privacy is respected.

The home’s philosophy is that residents should be able to make decisions for themselves and choose how to spend their time. At the same time, the professional knowledge and expertise of the staff ensures that skilled nursing care is provided appropriately.

Chiltern View enjoys close links with the local community and families and friends are encouraged to be involved. Many activities and outings are organised, and residents are encouraged to continue with previous leisure interests.

Led by an enthusiastic and well-qualified home manager, the staff at Chiltern View work as a very close team and are committed to the Brendoncare philosophy. They make every effort to provide care which promotes privacy, dignity and normality, and to understand each resident’s needs and preferences. Registered nurses are always on duty supported by well-trained care assistants, and all the staff receive continuous education and development. Local GPs and a Consultant Psychiatrist support the home and visit regularly, and a Clinical Psychologist is also closely involved. A chiropodist attends the home on a regular basis and other services can always be arranged.


“I would like to thank you most sincerely for inviting me to attend your Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on Friday.

“I had a wonderful afternoon. I was so impressed with the staff’s commitments to the residents and would like to say that it is a wonderful job they do. It was a very humbling experience and when talking to the relatives it came across that they too were very appreciative of the care and commitment that the staff show. One thing that particularly caught my attention was the old-fashioned pub area, little touches like that make such a difference.

“I would be grateful if you would pass on my thanks to all the staff and residents for making me feel so welcome.”

Cllr Alison Harrison, Deputy Town Mayor, Aylesbury Town Council


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Experience our care for life for yourself by visiting one of our homes. You will be very welcome

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Care Home

As an organisation we pride ourselves on putting residents first and are fully committed to making the improvements required by CQC to improve the care we deliver to those living in our homes. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss any concerns you have about the quality of care at Chiltern View. Please contact us.

Get in touch

Caroline Holdsworth,
Home Manager,

Brendoncare Chiltern View,
St John's Drive,
HP17 8PP

Phone: 01296 747463
Fax: 01296 747138
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