Residential Care Homes
Not just another care home, but a care home that truly cares. Abbeyfield Residential Care Homes have been designed for older people with personal care needs requiring one-to-one support from a qualified carer. Our residents live with the safety and security of on-site staff who are present and attentive 24 hours a day to provide support and companionship too.
The Resident Experience
Every single Abbeyfield care home offers you an active and varied activities programme, such as quizzes, day trips, gardening, arts and crafts, exercise classes, where you can be part of a social community to keep you interested and entertained. There are comfortable shared social spaces such as lounges and quiet rooms, and peaceful gardens for you to enjoy with fellow residents or with visiting family and friends.
All your meals and dietary needs will be catered for, served in the dining room in the company of others or in your room if you choose to.
Help with activities of daily living
What is a Residential Care Home?
A Residential Care Home is a purpose built home of varying sizes where older people live in a private room and have access to qualified carer support with daily living activities like washing, dressing and medication assistance. A Residential Care Home is typically regulated by a governing body like the CQC. Senior residents of an Abbeyfield care home are cooked three nutritious meals a day, eaten in a dining area, and they have access to comfortable and communal areas around the home like lounges, peaceful rooms and well-maintained gardens for relaxing in.
All our England care homes are regulated by CQC*
Personalised assessment of caring needs
All meals and dietary needs catered for in a dining room
1 to 1 support available from qualified carers on-site
Sociable community with a varied activities program
Who is a Residential Care Home perfect for?
A Residential Care Home accommodation is perfect for someone who is in their later years in life, often over the age of 75, and is struggling to live independently and often requires some form of help from a qualified carer to live a comfortable life. With support on hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Abbeyfield’s Residential Care Homes give peace of mind to the families of our residents that they are being looked after in a sociable environment making friends and participating in our regular games and activities.
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How much does a Residential Care Home cost?
The cost of living in a Residential Care Home is based on a care needs assessment when you apply to become a resident. At Abbeyfield, we charge a service fee and calculate the care costs on top of this. We will revisit these costs as and when we review your care plan.
Can anyone live in a Residential Care Home?
Residential care homes are designed for older people who require additional support and can no longer live in their own home. At an Abbeyfield Residential Care Home you will receive tailored one-to-one
care from our professional and friendly team.
Difference between Residential Care Homes and Nursing Homes?
There are several differences between care homes, dementia friendly homes and nursing homes. Each type of home provides accommodation, supervision from staff 24 hours a day, meals and help with personal care needs, but nursing homes also have registered nurses on duty at all times
How to apply for a Residential Care Home?
One you have found the right home for you or your loved ones you can apply by filling in one of our simple contact forms or by calling the home directly.
Where are Abbeyfield’s Residential Care Home locations?
Abbeyfield has 48 Residential Care Homes throughout the UK from Belfast all the way to Devon.
*Abbeyfield care homes in Wales are regulated by Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW)
*Abbeyfield care homes in Scotland are regulated by Care Inspectorate.
*Abbeyfield care homes in Northern Ireland are regulated by Regulation & Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA).