Our Homes are either Registered with the Care Quality Commission as Care Homes or Nursing Homes, please refer to the individual home pages for further details.
We have provided a brief guide below to help with your decision making based on the requirements you may have:
Residential Care Homes explained
Residential Care Home vs. Nursing Home:
What's the difference?
Because the terms are often used interchangeably, there’s a lot of confusion about the difference between a nursing home and a care home. But if you need to look into elderly care for your partner, parent or even yourself, how do you find the most suitable option
Both nursing and care homes provide round-the-clock care, meals that are prepared and served and any help that may be needed with personal care such as bathing or shaving.
Nursing Homes explained
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There are no clear guidelines on which individuals would be better suited to Residential Care Homes / Services or Nursing Homes / Services and decisions are usually based on the person having clear medical needs that would require a qualified nurse around the clock. Someone with dementia, for example, may not require the intense care provided by a Nursing Home while others may, depending on their medication regime or other nursing related needs. When looking into care options, it's important to consider what your needs and requirements may be in the future and not necessarily just here and now.