Our homes

We provide a home. We don't try and make things extraordinary - we know that it's the ordinary everyday things that matter most to you. Our homes provide a calm, friendly and warm atmosphere that's full of life. They are designed to enable people to continue to be as independent as they choose, and respond to changing needs with the minimum of fuss.

We currently have 11 homes for older people offering day care, respite care, short stays and long term care within the same building. This includes:

  • specialist dementia care
  • care for people who are blind, partially sighted, have sensory loss (visual or hearing)
  • care for people who have physical disability, Parkinson's diseases or are affected by strokes, diabetes and arthritic conditions

We have 2 homes for younger adults, offering long and short term residential care, rehabilitation and respite care. Many of our residents have physical disabilities or long term conditions, sometimes accompanied by visual or hearing impairment, acquired brain injury and cognitive or learning disabilities.

Our strong links with the local community encourage people to get involved in activities, helping them achieve their full potential and the benefits of living in a community.

It's good to talk, so don't hesitate to get in touch with us with your feedback or queries.