Local people are invited to Button House in Hackbridge, as the team from Brio Retirement Living – part of Places for People – are hosting a meet the expert event in partnership with Helping Hands. The knowledgeable team will be visiting the development on Friday 26th August to provide advice and support on future-proofing care needs in retirement.

The event will give people a chance to see what life is really like and what’s on offer at a Brio integrated retirement community.

Button House features a new collection of 80 stylish apartments – situated over four floors and accessible by lift and stairs – featuring a range of beautiful one and two-bedroom homes all suitably designed for those over the age of 65. Each home comes with a private and spacious balcony, plus a range of exciting onsite facilities including a fitness studio, the exclusive Slate & Grain brasserie, bar and coffee lounge, a community hub and more.

Helping Hands offers an array of extra support options to make modern retirement easy and enjoyable. The wide range of services on offer including domiciliary care, health and personal care, errands and shopping, and companionship – services that may be needed now or in the future to ensure homeowners can continue living independently at home. 

The event will be held on Friday 26th August at 6 Spinning Wheel Way, Hackbridge, between 11am and 1pm. Free refreshments will also be available at the developments onsite Slate & Grain coffee shop

Places for People’s Director of Operations at Brio Retirement Living, Karl Hallows, added: “Guests will be welcomed to the event by our friendly, professional team at Button House and treated to refreshments whilst they learn all about Helping Hands. We’re thrilled to welcome this team of experts who have the same ethos as us – assisting and encouraging independent living whilst embracing a fabulous place where modern retirement can be enjoyed as it should be.

“The well-thought-out provision of amenities at Button House that provide customers with a safe and secure environment in which they can live life to the full, is really important to us and our homeowners. This is an inclusive community which provides so much to ensure a happy and fulfilled retirement and all based in beautiful surroundings, and with Helping Hands available to add even more offerings - we can’t wait to share how wonderful retirement can be here at Button House.”

For those looking to enjoy a full day out, the great location of Button House offers the pretty open green space of Beddington Park to enjoy, where the River Wandle runs through, just a short walk away. A couple of miles up the road is neighbouring Sutton which has two indoor shopping centres, a bustling high street, Sutton’s library, and all the main supermarkets. For those who love getting into the city – the centre of London is only 25 minutes away by train.

Customers are encouraged to bring friends and family to join them on the day to share in the experience and learn about the services on offer. More information can be found online here, or by calling 0208 773 3380.

The event will give people a chance to see what life is really like and what’s on offer at a Brio integrated retirement community.


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