The charitable purpose of the Mortimer Society as set out in the Memorandum of Association is to provide quality and safe care for those in need by reason of ill-health or disability, particularly a physical and/or a learning disability and in particular those people living with Huntington's disease and other neurological conditions.
Our main objective is to enhance the quality of life for each person that we care for by knowing and understanding the things that make them happy and fulfilled.
The Mortimer Society has two residential care homes in Kent - Birling House and Frindsbury House, that provide care in an environment that is welcoming, with helpful, professional, and friendly staff.
Our aim is to give people back hope and provide the practical support to help them to enjoy their lives again. The care of our residents is at the heart of everything we do. This person-centred approach gives us the opportunity to understand and support people by delivering exceptional care, companionship and leisure activities, whilst respecting their individuality and personal choices.