Types of Care

Choosing the right care home can sometimes be overwhelming – particularly if you’re not sure what type of care your loved one needs.

Our helpful and friendly teams are here to offer help and advice on the most appropriate type of care.

Whether it’s residential care for someone who is finding it increasingly difficult or lonely living in their own home, or someone who needs specialist EMI or dementia care, our home managers can offer guidance and support during a chat over a cup of tea.

Once the care requirements are clear they will guide you through the next steps whilst providing reassurance and a friendly ear during what can be, an emotional time.

What matters to you and your family, matters to us

Residential Care

Residential care offers older people support with day to day tasks including washing, cleaning or dressing while promoting independence and person-centred care to those who do not have needs that require specialist nursing or dementia care.

Dementia/EMI Care

The term EMI refers to older people who have mental health difficulties or frailties that includes Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. It is for people at the more advanced stages of dementia and who require specialist, 24-hour supervision and care in a secure and safe environment.

Specialist care

Respite / DayCare

The devoted care teams in our homes offer stays as short as a day and longer term respite care breaks, so you or your loved one can experience exceptional care and support for as long as you need us.