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Compare Care Homes In East Hampshire

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ResidentialNursingRespite
From £1,416 per week76 Beds97% EnsuiteChichester, PO19 6EDColten Care
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,577 per week60 BedsAll EnsuiteLiss, GU33 6JACaring Homes
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,550 per week56 Beds98% EnsuitePetersfield, GU32 2HSThe Future Care Group
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ResidentialDementiaRespite
From £1,425 per week42 Beds97% EnsuiteAlton, GU34 5AHHartford Care
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NursingDementiaRespite
From £1,735 per week73 BedsAll EnsuiteAlton, GU34 2UUBrendoncare
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,290 per week98 BedsAll EnsuiteFarnham, GU10 5NQPax Hill
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DementiaRespite
From £1,389 per week39 BedsAll EnsuiteFarnham, GU10 5NGPax Hill
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ResidentialNursingRespite
From £1,450 per week47 Beds83% EnsuiteHindhead, GU26 6PSCHD Living
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ResidentialNursingRespite
From £1,650 per week55 Beds95% EnsuiteHaslemere, GU27 3PLCHD Living
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NursingDementiaRespite
From £2,450 per week41 BedsAll EnsuiteHuntingdon House Drive, GU26 6BGHuntington & Langham Estate
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,715 per week34 BedsAll EnsuiteHuntingdon House Drive, GU26 6BGHuntington & Langham Estate

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From £1,550 per week106 BedsAll EnsuiteHaslemere, GU26 6TJAvery Collection
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ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
From £1,850 per week64 BedsAll EnsuiteFarnham, GU9 7APPorthaven Care Homes
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ResidentialRespite
From £1,250 per week16 BedsAll EnsuiteFarnham, GU9 8NWAbbeyfield Wey Valley Society
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ResidentialDementiaRespite
From £995 per week21 Beds62% EnsuiteFarnham, GU10 3RBIndependent Care Home

Average care home costs in East Hampshire

Average cost of residential care

£1,402per week

Average cost of nursing care

£1,620per week

Average cost of dementia care

£1,431per week

Average cost of nursing & dementia care

£1,478per week

East Hampshire's Care Regulator:

Care Quality Commission

Frequently asked questions

Here is some further information about care homes in East Hampshire.

How many care homes are there in East Hampshire?

We have 738 care homes in East Hampshire. All our homes have been hand-picked by our team of care experts based on a number of factors, including the quality of care and the home's culture.

What is the average cost of care in East Hampshire?

Care home costs vary significantly across the country. If you're looking for a care home in East Hampshire, the average cost of care is £1,524. You may be eligible for care home funding - you can check through a care needs assessment.

Are all care homes in East Hampshire regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)?

Yes, every East Hampshire care home has been given a rating by England's Care Quality Commission (CQC).

How many nursing homes are there in East Hampshire?

We have 2 in East Hampshire that provide specialist, 24/7 support. All of our nursing homes in East Hampshire offer personalised support for anyone who has a medical condition or disability that requires round-the-clock care from registered nurses in a home-from-home environment.

How many East Hampshire care homes offer residential care?

We have 2 care homes in East Hampshire that offer residential care, which provides support and care for those who may find it difficult to live independently. Our residential care homes in East Hampshire provide support for everyday tasks, including washing, mobility, and dressing.

What care homes in East Hampshire offer dementia care?

We have 3 East Hampshire care homes that provide round-the-clock dementia care. Those with dementia will need more care as the condition progresses, and specialist dementia care homes in East Hampshire can provide the level of support they need.

We've rounded up the best Alzheimer's care homes across the UK - they've been handpicked by our team of care experts for their specialised care, round-the-clock support and comforting environments.

What East Hampshire care homes offer respite care?

If you're looking for temporary respite care, we have 3 care homes in East Hampshire that provide short-term stays.

Respite care homes in East Hampshire provide relief for caregivers, offering a few weeks of support in a care home for a loved one while you recuperate. We've rounded up the best respite care homes in the UK to ease your care search.

Are there any care homes in East Hampshire that offer end-of-life or palliative care?

2 East Hampshire care homes provide palliative care for your loved one. A palliative care home aims to provide the highest level of support and comfort to every resident. End-of-life care can be an emotional experience for everyone, so our care experts will support you at every step.

Lottie's guide to care in East Hampshire

  • Overview

Welcome to East Hampshire

Nestled within the stunning South Downs National Park, East Hampshire is a lovely place for care seekers to live. Not only does this district offer a handful of care homes providing the highest quality of care, but it also contains numerous idyllic towns and villages such as Petersfield, Alton, Bordon and Liss.

Our care homes in East Hampshire provide friendly, person-centred care for all residents. These homes are regulated by the Care Quality Commission and we’re also partnered with some of the UK’s largest care home groups in the local area.

East Hampshire care homes have regular activities planned by a dedicated activity coordinator. These activities are often tailored to the interests of individual residents and could include things like arts and crafts, gardening, yoga, wellbeing classes and book clubs.

If your loved one needs personal care on a daily basis, a residential care home will offer the right level of support for their care needs and requirements. Whereas, nursing care homes are better suited to those requiring round-the-clock care from a team of registered nurses.

No matter the type of care and support your loved one requires, we’re here to guide you through the process of finding the right level of care in East Hampshire.