Residential Care

Residential care allows you to live life independently, with the added reassurance that our care team are here if you need us; and if you don’t need us, then we’re still here to sit down for a chat and a cup of tea.

The Benefits of Residential Care

Making the decision to move into care isn’t always easy. Here are some of the benefits to moving into a residential care home.

  • Access to 24/7 care – Reassurance that our teams are available to help you or your loved one when needed, no matter the day or time.
  • Stimulating activities – Rediscover old pastimes and create new ones with our dedicated activity coordinators, whose mission is to keep residents active, mentally stimulated and maintain independence for as long as possible.
  • Premium facilities – Make the most of our onsite facilities, whether it’s relaxing in our gardens or relaxing in front of a movie in the comfortable sitting rooms.
  • When a relative or loved one is in a residential care home, you can have full confidence they aren’t going to miss their medications. The team are there to take care of this, either to prompt or administer their medication for them to ensure they are taken properly and on time.
  • Care plan management – We take away the stress of organising your loved one’s care plan, so you can focus on the quality times together.
  • Knowing your relative or loved one is safe, well looked after and surrounded by great company can help put your mind at ease. Residential care homes are qualified in taking care of vulnerable people and ensure that your loved one’s care and personal needs are being met, allowing you to focus on spending quality time with the people you love.

Who is Residential Care for?

Residential care is for individuals who need a little extra help with their day-to-day tasks, such as getting dressed, moving around, cooking dinner. Residential care is also for those who are suffering from isolation and loneliness and could benefit from being part of a community.