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Residential Care

Why residential care rather than nursing care?

Facilities available in residential carePeople enter residential care because they have been assessed or have decided they need support with daily living skills or personal care (this may include being at risk in their home) and they do not meet the criteria for nursing input or qualify for Funded Nursing Care.

Residential care refers to long-term care given to adults or children who stay in a residential setting rather than in their own home or family home. There are various residential care options available, depending on the needs of the individual.

People often choose residential for one of two reasons:

  • They have reached a point where they need support with daily living skills including personal care
  • Being on their own and often isolated makes them feel vulnerable or contributes to feeling depressed and they seek the company of their peers and staff

What are the benefits?

There are many benefits to being in a residential home primarily being supported by staff who are skilled, knowledgeable and compassionate in meeting each person’s holistic needs.

The environment supports caring for people who may need specialist equipment e.g. hoists, hydraulic baths or alarm call systems.

Having the option to socialise with other people, or just have someone around to call on when you need them if you prefer your own company.

For more information on the types of care we can offer, see below:

 

Barclay
Gardens

Barleyfield
House

Briarfields

Chillcott
Gardens

Coton Hill
House

The Cottage
Christian

New
Fairholme

Farcroft

Greenfields

Innage
Grange

Lightmoor
View

Montgomery
House

Stone
House

Woodcroft

Residential
Care

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Dementia
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General
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Dementia
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Learning
Disability

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Respite
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Day
Centre

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Extra
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 * Chillcott Gardens is an extra care scheme for people over the age of 55 in terms of individual tenancies in flats for those with an assessed housing need. Additional care and support can be catered for by our “resident” staff team. In this case Chilcott Gardens care is provided by the Anchor Hanover Group.

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Registered Address:
Allison House, Oxon Business Park,
Shrewsbury, SY3 5HJ

Registered in England and Wales as a not-for-profit registered society. Registration Number: 28304R

Central Office:
Phone: 01743 283 200
Email: enquiry@coveragecareservices.co.uk

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