Looking for short stay care?
Do you care for a loved one? Are you thinking of making changes to their care? Our short stay breaks offer caring, compassionate living, where individual care needs can be met in beautiful settings.Read more
Why choose Caring Homes?
See what some of our residents, relatives and colleagues have to say about our homes. We’ve filmed a snapshot of daily life here to give you a flavour of living with Caring Homes.
Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning
We’re supporting Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in their World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on the 27th of September 2019 and we’d love for you to join us. Find out what’s happening near you.Read more
Welcome to Horsell Lodge in Woking, our newest home to join the Caring Homes Family. Opening Autumn 2019, the marketing suite is now open for viewings. They will be offering; residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 70 elderly people.Read more
A wonderful place to live or work
If you believe in doing things differently, delivering high quality care and providing an outstanding experience or want to know about life at Caring Homes then we can’t wait to meet you.Read more
Riverside Place wins a Pinders Healthcare Design Award
We are delighted to announce that Riverside Place, our brand-new state of the art nursing home in Ware won ‘Best New Care Home’ (higher development budget) in the prestigious healthcare design awards, hosted at The Royal Lancaster London Hotel.Read more
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