Residential Care

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

Nursing Care

Nursing care provides 24-hour support for our residents living with disabilities, immobility
and/or long-term medical conditions. The care is provided by or under the supervision of qualified nursing staff.
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Dementia Care

Dementia care offers round the clock attention for those who can no longer live independently without support. This includes progressive conditions that affect memory and thinking skills.

End of Life

End of Life care, also known as Palliative Care, provides pain management, comfort and
person-centred care for the end stage of a life limiting illness
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Landscaped secure gardens with water features, small animal and bird enclosures. Numerous seating areas and sensory garden. Has a multifunctional building situated in the grounds with large window access and bi- folding doors for the summer months. Paved pathways around the garden 

  • Dove cote and small animal and bird enclosures, including tortoises and a resident cat
  • Communal lounges and conservatories with TV  and Piano
  • Lift
  • Minibus and adapted car for trips, excursions and  medical appointments
  • Close to bus and train services
  •  Residents may bring own furniture if  ,it can be accommodated.
  • Phone Point can be installed in own room/Mobile
  • Residents Internet Access
  • Television point in own room
  • Hairdressing services
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Smoking not permitted in home. Outside shelter provided – subject to risk assessment
  •  Enhanced Activity Programme tailored to suit each individual preferences. Visits from local entertainers, day trips to the seaside, themed activities. Summer Fete.
  • Pub/social room which can be used for family celebrations, by arrangement
  • Wheelchair access 
  • On site laundry
  • Sensory bathroom
  • Communal shower and bathroom


Tailored to individual dietary needs, our delicious dishes are prepared by our on-site chefs. Food is locally sourced and freshly prepared each day. Our chefs provide a varied and balanced menu and happily cater for special diets and preferences. Fresh fruit and vegetables from our local suppliers are offered daily. All dishes are cooked on the premises in our well-equipped and clean kitchen. A wide variety of drinks and snacks are also served throughout the day. We encourage mealtimes where residents can eat together and socialise in a relaxing environment, but understand that residents may wish to enjoy food when they and where they choose to have it.

Our trained staff understand the importance of eating well and staying hydrated and supporting residents living with dementia to enjoy food – making food more visible through coloured crockery and more appealing whether it’s in normal or adapted consistency or finger foods.  Families are welcome to dine with their relative by appointment.


There are several different ways in which our service can be funded. These include:

Local Authority funding

This is where the Local Authority (typically the local Council) agrees an amount to fully fund a person’s support in a residential placement.
The funding package is agreed following an assessment of the person’s needs and covers both accommodation and support.


Joint funding between the Local Authority and NHS

This is where an individual has a Continuing Healthcare (CHC) assessment. In this instance, funding will be split between the Local Authority and the NHS.
The funding package is agreed following joint assessments of the person’s needs and healthcare needs. The Local Authority element of the funding will cover both accommodation and support, the NHS assessment will cover the continuing healthcare needs.

NHS Funding

It is possible that an individual’s health needs are such that the NHS will fully fund a person’s support package.
The funding package is agreed following an assessment of the person’s needs and covers both accommodation and support.

Individual/Personal Budget

This is where the Local Authority allocates a specific amount of money for a person’s support needs. The amount is determined by an assessment of the person’s needs and means. You will also need to agree a support plan to show how and where the money will be spent, whether you decide for the Local Authority to choose services for you or if you prefer to have direct control of the budget yourself – e.g. a direct payment.

Direct Payments

This is where you receive an amount directly from the Local Authority and can choose how to spend the money on your support. Choosing a direct payment gives you maximum flexibility with your support package but does mean you have to manage the money yourself.
Fees are calculated based on the assessed needs of an individual. Each fee will include a staffing element, based on the hours of support assessed and required. In some instances, the staff support may be shared with other individuals, and in this situation the individual would only pay for the share of staff time.


For further information or to request an assessment, please don’t hesitate to contact us at