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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Meet our residents

Colne View: a day in Joyce’s life

Foxbridge House: a day in Rita's life

Latest news

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Suffolk and Norfolk see multi-million pound investment in new care homes

Suffolk and Norfolk see multi-million pound investment in new care homes

August 4 2015

July saw a trio of new, state-of-the-art homes added to Care UK’s portfolio of care homes in East Anglia.

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Care UK partners with Eye Music Trust to bring therapeutic experiences to care home residents

Care UK partners with Eye Music Trust to bring therapeutic experiences to care home residents

July 13 2015

Care UK has teamed up with performance charity Eye Music Trust to bring therapeutic workshops using colour, light and music to more of its care homes in Greater London.

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Care Home Open Day a resounding success as Care UK homes develop relationships across the generations

Care Home Open Day a resounding success as Care UK homes develop relationships across the generations

July 6 2015

Thousands of care homes across the UK recently took part in Care Home Open Day, the annual initiative aimed at challenging perceptions of care homes, connecting residents with even more people in their community, and developing relationships across the generations.

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Health news

Dementia continues to hit the headlines

Dementia continues to hit the headlines

August 4 2015

Dementia has been at the forefront of the news over the past few weeks with stories ranging from an alarming claim that the disease is a £26 billion time bomb which could sink the NHS through to new tests which could provide an early diagnosis.

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