Abbeyfield Belgium

Founded in 1995, Abbeyfield Belgium supports independent older people in Belgium live a continued sociable and convivial life. Find out more

Abbeyfield Belgium

Abbeyfield Belgium promotes living a sociable, convivial life into your later years.

Founded in 1995 by Monique Verstraeten, Harold Herry, Xavier Leroy, Henri-Gilles Carton de Wiart en Léon Speeckaert in response to the needs and wants of Belgium's older people. 

Our homes are aimed at people aged 60 and over who wish to share with others a habitat where they combine privacy, group life and openness to the outside world, this allows them to:

  • make new connections with likeminded people
  • participate in new activities
  • continue to live an independent lifestyle
  • continue to live autonomously, making decisions about their own life. 

Today there are 9 Abbeyfield houses in Belgium.

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Abbeyfield Canada

Canada joined Abbeyfield International in 1985 and remains committed to the Abbeyfield ideals first articulated by the founder Major Richard Carr-Gomm.

Abbeyfield Jersey

Abbeyfield Jersey have been a charitable housing organisation in Jersey for more than 25 years. We believe older people deserve time and respect.

Abbeyfield New Zealand

Abbeyfield New Zealand was founded in 1992 by Wakefield GP Dr Ted Bassett, who had encountered Abbeyfield on a visit to the UK to explore retirement accommodation models.

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