If your loved one needs round-the-clock, 24-hour care and support, a nursing care home may be the best option. Here you can compare nearby nursing care homes and filter by the cost of care, facilities available and move-in date.
A nursing care home provides medical care and extra support for any residents with specific health conditions or disabilities. Every nursing care home has trained care assistants always on-hand to support all residents with their personal care needs.
If you're struggling to live independently alone, or to complete everyday tasks such as getting dressed, washing and cooking, a nursing home will be able to support your needs. Helping you to live as independently as possible, nursing care homes are able to provide round the clock medical support for a range of health conditions.
The decision to move to a nursing home can be overwhelming, however, our team of care experts are on hand to help every step of the way. They're available to offer support and practical advice during your search for a nursing home.
A nursing care home provides the highest level of elderly care support and personal care. They provide help with eating, washing, dressing and moving around a home, along with daily activities such as arts and crafts, quizzes and dance sessions. Nursing homes help elderly residents live as independently as possible in a safe and friendly environment.
Our nursing homes have been handpicked by our team of care experts for their specialised care, round the clock nursing support, homely environments, a range of care home activities and excellent facilities for elderly needs.
Working with residents and their loved ones, all of our care homes create a personalised nursing care plan to support residents with their individual care needs. We have dedicated nursing care homes across the UK, including London, Birmingham and Manchester.
England - £979
Scotland - £888
Wales - £801
Northern Ireland - £858
UK - £888
Rest assured your loved one will be looked after. Nursing care covers specialist support, help with day-to-day tasks and daily, stimulating social activities. You may be entitled to financial support from your local authority - and you can check this via a financial assessment.
Alongside everyday support, nursing care homes offer round-the-clock assistance for all residents. For example, if your loved one has a specific medical condition that requires supervision and regular medication administration, there will always be a nursing assistant at the home to help them.
Nursing care homes offer support for anyone who has a medical condition or disability that requires regular care from registered nurses. Alongside specialist support, nursing care homes offer a home-from-home environment and help with daily tasks.
There are several different types of care homes, including residential care homes and short-term respite care homes. Nursing homes are a type of care home that offer specialist, round-the-clock care for residents who have specific health conditions. Rest assured, your loved one will have 24-hour support from specially trained care assistants in a nursing care home.
Choosing a care home is a big decision and there are lots of factors you need to consider when considering which nursing care home you'd like to move into. It can be helpful to write a nursing home checklist, including your nursing home budget, nursing home size, level of care and any activities or facilities you would like your new home to have. Visiting homes before making your final decision can also help you choose the best nursing home for your elderly needs. If you're struggling to choose a nursing home near you, our care experts are here to help.
If you're eligible, you can receive NHS-funded nursing care that covers some of the cost of care. You might be able to get funded nursing care if you live in a care home that's registered to provide nursing care and you've been assessed as needing support from a registered nurse.