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Care homes and nursing homes

Care Homes and Nursing Homes Panel

Considering a care home for yourself or a loved one can be a significant decision.

Within this section, you'll find information about care homes and nursing homes, all aimed at promoting a sense of dignity and allowing you to live life to the fullest.

Care homes are residential facilities that provide varying levels of support for adults who need assistance with daily living activities (ADLs) but don't require constant medical care. Care homes offer a comfortable and secure environment with support for tasks like bathing, dressing, and medication reminders. They can be a good option for individuals seeking to maintain a degree of independence with some assistance.

Nursing homes provide a higher level of medical care and support for individuals with complex health needs. These facilities have qualified healthcare professionals on-site 24/7 to administer medication, manage medical conditions, and ensure residents' well-being. If you or your loved one requires ongoing medical attention, a nursing home might be the most suitable option.


Care homes

A care home is a residential facility that provides varying levels of care and support for adults who require assistance with daily living activities (ADLs) or managing health conditions. Unlike hospitals, care homes offer a more long-term, residential setting.

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Nursing homes

A nursing home is a residential care facility that provides 24/7 support and care for individuals who require a higher level of assistance than can be safely managed at home.

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