Dementia care home winners
Caring Homes are extremely proud that one of our homes – East Hill House in Hampshire – has been named Best Dementia Care Home at the National Dementia Care Awards 2017.Read more
Person-centred care winners
Caring Homes has won the Personalisation Award at the LaingBuisson Awards 2017. This award recognises excellence in personalisation of care, demonstrating choice and control for our residents.Read more
Short stay respite care
Our respite care services provide a crucial break for carers, either for a few hours with a visit to one of our day care sessions, or for overnight stays over a few days or weeks.Read more
Carer of the year winner
Rendlesham Care Centre carer Liviu Crisan was named Carer of the Year at the 19th National Care Awards in November 2017.
The award represents a significant achievement as Liviu fought off stiff competition to be deservedly recognised.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.
Rated Good by the CQC, Oaken Holt has recently undergone a refurbishment, upgrading rooms at the home which is set within 23 acres of beautiful gardens and parklands in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.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 in February 2012 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...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