Birling House

 

Birling House was originally an Edwardian hotel and coach house which has been refurbished and extended over the years and now provides a home for thirty one residents. The home is set in its own grounds close to the village of Snodland.

The house is on two floors and has three communal lounge areas, a dining room, activities suite and a multi-sensory room.  Bedrooms are decorated and furnished to reflect individual tastes and include a TV point and nurse call system.

The garden has been landscaped to allow easy access for all our residents. The home has transport facilities adapted for wheelchair use.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Karen Niechoj
Deputy Manager, Birling House

Karen has had a long and enjoyable career with the Mortimer Society.  She started in 1984 as a Kitchen Assistant, and went on to join the Birling House Care Team in 1996, where she progressed from Senior Carer, to Team Leader and then Deputy Manager.  
Karen is an avid reader, and enjoys walking her dog, travelling and spending time with her family.


Kerrie Starling
Deputy Manager, Birling House

Kerrie started working at Birling House in 2000, she started her career as a Carer, and then spent 10 years working within the Activities Team, she later progressed to Senior Carer, Team Leader and then in 2020 she became Deputy Manager.  Kerrie previously worked in a printers, and wanted a change of career after starting a family.  
Kerrie enjoys socialising and spending time with her family.  She is a dedicated member of the Mortimer Society Family.