Our qualified nursing team provide 24 hour support and personal care for those who need it. This may include care for physical and mental disabilities, intensive rehabilitative care and those with long term health conditions.
Nursing care is completely unique to the individual and their requirements. We use personalised care plans which are developed with the support of the resident and their family to ensure they receive the very best care which is most suited to their needs. This also ensures that their family and friends are given peace of mind, knowing their loved one is safe and comfortable in our care.
Our care homes are designed with walk-in showers and assisted bathrooms, automatic doors and wheelchair access throughout to cater to residents' specialist needs. We also have easily accessible spaces, such as gardens and conservatories, so our residents can relax and feel at home.
Our dementia care provides peace of mind within a secure, homely environment for you or a loved one living with dementia and its related conditions.
Dementia can have a number of symptoms such as memory loss, speech impediments and behaviour change, and is a common disease among people over the age of 65.
We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality, personalised dementia care. We take the time to get to know our residents interests, hobbies and routine to ensure they can continue to live their life as they did before their stay with us.
We have dementia ambassadors who are dedicated to making a difference to the lives of those with the condition. We also work with families to help them understand dementia, how it affects individuals and we support them through this challenging time.
We understand that dementia is an individual, personal experience and our approach to it can make all the difference.
Our tailored packages of care to support adults aged between 18 and 65 with a wide range of mental health problems, learning disabilities and acquired brain injury.
We help people live as independently as possible, with recovery in mind. It is not just about treating the symptoms, but focusing on helping individuals regain the confidence to make meaningful contributions in their communities, relationships or work. We support individuals to be comfortable, happy and safe and help them realise their goals and opportunities.
A number of our specialist homes offer self-contained apartments with kitchenettes and sitting rooms to support people to live independently. Our life skills suite and domestic kitchens support residents with tasks such as housekeeping, cooking and basic maintenance, with trained staff available to provide support if and when needed.
Visit our care home page to see which homes offer assisted living care.
Our respite care packages provide invaluable support for people requiring short term care, perhaps due to illness or before or after an operation. It can also give carers a break.
If you or a loved one is in need of some time to recover, we can offer a range of excellent facilities where you can relax knowing that professional support is on hand 24 hours a day.
Respite stays are tailored to individuals, with care and support designed to help people return to their home, well rested, strong and as independent as possible.
We offer high quality, short-term respite and post-operative care. We also offer trial stays that can be arranged with one of our home managers if you are considering entering care.
Our Private Residency caters for frail elderly people who want to live in a care home, and benefit from all our excellent facilities, but don't necessarily require 24 hour nursing care.
Whether it is for the social aspect of care home living, or the extra sense of security of having our committed team on hand, our residents are guaranteed a comfortable stay and a place to call home.
Whilst in our care, you will receive support with meals, bathing, taking medication and mobility. We always tailor our care to the needs of you or your loved one. We want to ensure that our residents receive the dignity they deserve and are given the opportunity to live as independently as possible.
You may be wondering how you are going to finance your care. There are plenty of people you can talk to about this and there are many options available. It is important to talk to loved ones around you who can help and support you during this process.MORE