Our aim is to help older people to live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives

We have been providing high quality care for older people for 30 years. Today our 100-plus residential care homes enable more than 7,000 people to continue living active and independent lives in warm, safe and comfortable surroundings.

Personalised care is at the heart of what we do. Many of our homes deliver a comprehensive range of care under one roof, including nursing, respite and dementia care. We appreciate that no two residents are the same, so our compassionate and experienced nurses and carers ensure that each person receives care that’s tailored to their unique needs, personality and wishes.

If you would like to talk to one of our team now about how we can help you, or a loved one, please call us on 0333 321 8305.

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Construction starts on new £7.5m Care UK home

Construction starts on new £7.5m Care UK home

April 15 2015

Construction is now underway on a new £7.5 million Care UK home in North Bar Place, Banbury. The purpose-built care home is expected to create up to 75 jobs when it opens in 2016.

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Elmstead house invites students to take part in activities around the election

Elmstead house invites students to take part in activities around the election

April 8 2015

Care UK’s Elmstead House care home in Hendon, Greater London, partnered up with Citizen’s UK and welcomed students to take part in activities around the general election.

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Community celebrate opening of new Ipswich care home

Community celebrate opening of new Ipswich care home

March 26 2015

Residents at the new Prince George House care home in the Ravenswood area of Ipswich were joined by relatives, the Care UK team, Suffolk County Council and the local community to celebrate the opening of their new home on 25th.

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Health news

Advice for runners taking part in the 2015 London Marathon

Advice for runners taking part in the 2015 London Marathon

April 20 2015

On Sunday 26 April more than 30,000 people will take part in the 2015 London Marathon. The 26.2 mile race first took place in 1981 and since then has raised more than £700 million for charity. Care UK physiotherapist Paul Soley offers advice to people taking part.

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