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Compare Care Homes In Wolverhampton

Search and compare care homes in or near Wolverhampton.

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    ResidentialDementiaRespite
    From £1,118 per week64 BedsAll Ensuite1.43 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV11 1RHAvery Healthcare
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    ResidentialDementiaRespite
    From £750 per week29 BedsAll Ensuite1.76 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV3 9JJCaram Group
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    NursingDementiaRespite
    From £1,000 per week84 Beds83% Ensuite1.78 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV3 9JJCaram Group
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    ResidentialDementiaRespite
    From £750 per week19 Beds47% Ensuite1.90 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV3 9LSCaram Group
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    ResidentialDementiaRespite
    From £1,016 per week52 BedsAll Ensuite1.98 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV10 8BUSanctuary Care
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    ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
    From £1,000 per week63 BedsAll Ensuite3.23 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV6 9BNAbbey Healthcare
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    ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
    From £1,295 per week108 Beds73% Ensuite3.25 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV6 9BNCare UK
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    ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
    From £1,250 per week83 BedsAll Ensuite4.99 miles from centreDudley, DY1 3EABarchester Healthcare
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    ResidentialDementiaRespite
    From £1,360 per week66 BedsAll Ensuite5.02 miles from centreWolverhampton, WV5 8DAAvery Healthcare
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    ResidentialNursingDementiaRespite
    From £900 per week144 Beds3% Ensuite5.14 miles from centreTipton, DY4 7HRAdvinia Health Care

Average care home costs in Wolverhampton

Average cost of residential care

£1,024per week

Average cost of nursing care

£1,046per week

Average cost of dementia care

£1,024per week

Average cost of nursing & dementia care

£1,030per week

Wolverhampton's Care Regulator:

Care Quality Commission

Frequently asked questions

Here is some further information about care homes in Wolverhampton.

How many care homes are there in Wolverhampton?

We have 71 care homes in Wolverhampton. 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 Wolverhampton?

Care home costs vary significantly across the country. If you're looking for a care home in Wolverhampton, the average cost of care is £972. You may be eligible for care home funding - you can check through a care needs assessment.

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

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

How many nursing homes are there in Wolverhampton?

We have 2 in Wolverhampton that provide specialist, 24/7 support. All of our nursing care homes 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 Wolverhampton care homes offer residential care?

We have 3 care homes in Wolverhampton that offer residential care, which provides support and care for those who may find it difficult to live independently. Our residential care homes provide support for everyday tasks, including washing, mobility, and dressing.

What care homes in Wolverhampton offer dementia care?

We have 3 Wolverhampton 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 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 Wolverhampton care homes offer respite care?

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

Respite care homes 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 Wolverhampton that offer end-of-life or palliative care?

2 Wolverhampton 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.

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Lottie's guide to care in Wolverhampton

  • Overview

Welcome to Wolverhampton

The city of Wolverhampton has something for people of all ages, including classic British pubs, a selection of delicious restaurants, independent shops and some lovely green spaces. You’ll also find a variety of care homes in Wolverhampton.

Our Wolverhampton care home listings include the different types of care available, care home costs per week, what care home activities are on offer and more. These activities are often organised by a dedicated activity coordinator and are tailored to the individual interests of residents.

We have homes across the West Midlands, including in nearby towns and cities such as Bilston, West Bromwich, Birmingham and Coventry.

When living in a Wolverhampton care home, your loved one will also be near popular attractions such as the idyllic West Park. What’s more, activity coordinators across the homes often organise day trips out and about in the local community and popular attractions close by.

From residential care homes providing respectful personal care to specialist dementia care homes, every home in Wolverhampton is regulated by the Care Quality Commission and provides the highest quality of care to each resident.

If you’re unsure about the best care home for your unique care needs, be sure to get in touch. We can guide you through the process of finding the right elderly support option every step of the way.