We are admitting safely
Our respite breaks offer caring, compassionate living, where individual care needs can be met in comfortable settings.
During this unprecedented time, many residents have chosen us for peace of mind so they feel safe in the knowledge that care and support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week should they need it, as well as staying connected.Read more
Keeping our residents safe and well
We’re doing our best to keep life as normal as possible in our homes.
Read about some of the things we are doing to keep everyone engaged, stimulated and connected. Here you can see some of our thank you messages for the kind and generous gestures from our local communities.Read more
We’re here to help you
Ask us about the extra things we are doing to keep our current and future residents safe and well at this difficult time and how we can help you.
Call us free on 0808 169 8661
The health, safety and wellbeing of our Residents and Colleagues is our priority and following the latest Government and public health advice regarding the growing coronavirus outbreak we are asking Relatives not to visit our homes at this time.Read more
We’re still looking for people who genuinely care
Do you have the desire to support and the passion to help people live life to the full?
If so, please continue to apply for jobs with us.Read more
A life less ordinary
Our brand new purpose-built care homes are designed and built to achieve a homely environment, whilst ensuring delivery of excellent care through high quality designs and features. View our short film to see inside Broadbridge Park.
When Debbie’s family approached East Hill House for help, she was struggling to cope with early-onset dementia, and was being considered for sectioning under the Mental Health Act. After a personal visit, Home Manager Samantha Booty and her team collectively decided they could provide Debbie, who is under 60, with tailored support. One symptom of...Read more
James & Edith’s story
James and Edith had been a devoted couple for many years, raising their daughters in the family home and enjoying life together to the fullest. However, as the years went by, Edith’s health began to…Read more
Prior to arriving at Rectory House, Agnes had been in hospital for seven months. She had spent a long time in intensive care after major surgery and doctors did not have high hopes for her recovery. When they suggested she be admitted for palliative care, it was with uncertainty about her future and low expectations...Read more
When Charlotte first arrived at Garth House she was very poorly indeed. At hospital she had been diagnosed with cardiac and renal failure, along with a number of other serious conditions. Charlotte needed support from two nurses for all her care needs and had lost a great deal of weight. The local health trust’s continuing...Read more
Michael and Iris’s Story
Michael and Iris had enjoyed a happy life together at home for many years. However, over time Michael’s health began to decline. Michael had been living with diabetes for some time, which led to significant weight gain and he also suffered a stroke. To compound these health issues, Michael was diagnosed with mild dementia. Iris,...Read more