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We have one aim - to help individuals living in our care homes live happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives, no matter what their capabilities

We have a long track record in excellent dementia care, but that doesn’t mean we are complacent about our approach. In 2017, we partnered with the Association for Dementia Studies at the University of Worcester to ensure our dementia care was consistent, effective and grounded in the latest academic research.  Couple this with caring and empathetic nature of our teams and it is little wonder we are regularly recognised at the likes of the National Dementia Care Awards or that we are the care provider of choice for more than 7,000 residents and their families.  

 

 

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Birthday wishes take flight for RAF veteran

Birthday wishes take flight for RAF veteran

May 19 2020

When Perry Manor resident, Percival Court (known as Bob), celebrated his 96th birthday on 6th May, little did he expect to receive hundreds of well wishes from complete strangers across the globe. But that’s exactly what happened, thanks to social media.

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Ipswich care home helps resident celebrate her 105th birthday

Ipswich care home helps resident celebrate her 105th birthday

April 8 2020

Residents and the team at Care UK’s Prince George House, in Ipswich, have been helping Ivy Hinchcliffe celebrate her 105th birthday in style, despite the coronavirus lockdown.

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Work starts on multi-million pound Chichester care home

Work starts on multi-million pound Chichester care home

April 3 2020

Work has now started to build a new multi-million care home in Chichester.

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We’ll meet again: Dorset care home celebrates Vera Lynn’s 103rd Birthday

We’ll meet again: Dorset care home celebrates Vera Lynn’s 103rd Birthday

March 26 2020

With all but the most essential visitors having to stay away to reduce the risk of infection, a care home team in Dorset found a creative solution to allow residents to enjoy the live music planned for their celebration of Dame Vera Lynn’s 103rd birthday, while keeping everyone at a safe distance.

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