Our care homes will change your view of residential care for good.
Friendship, plenty to do, caring and expert care and a bright, safe and hygienic surroundings… Moving to a Care UK care home can transform the quality of life for many older people who find that living in their own homes is no longer the best, and safest option for them.
We appreciate that moving into residential care is a major life change and one that takes some getting used to. Our teams therefore work doubly hard to help our residents feel at home, and to give their family support at this stressful time.
Our high standards are clearly evident in the care we provide, making sure all residents get the most out of every day by having fun, staying safe, and keeping as healthy and active as possible. The coronavirus pandemic has put our care home teams under unprecedented pressure. Safety is our number one priority and life has certainly been different and, at times, distressing. But it’s been full of meaningful and memorable experiences. And plenty of laughter. Find out more about our promise to you.
We are committed to activity based care, giving residents the freedom to continue doing the hobbies and activities they’ve always loved. We support them to spend quality time with family and friends and to play an active part in care home life. We actively encourage keeping connected.
All our care homes are bright, clean, warm and loving settings where carers, nurses and residents develop strong bonds and enjoy spending time together. Our new homes even have their own cinema, coffee shop and hairdressing salon, so residents can enjoy a luxury lifestyle. We also understand the importance of serving up tasty and nutritious food. Our catering teams pride themselves in making mealtimes and menus enjoyable and fun, helping residents to explore new tastes from around the world or taste favourite foods from their childhood.
And if a resident just wants to have a cup of tea and a one-to-one chat, that’s fine by us too. We recruit our staff teams as much for their big hearts as for their impressive skills. Ask any of them and they’re likely to tell you that it’s those little jokes, shared stories and quiet moments with residents that make their work so rewarding.