Nursing care homes

Our nursing care homes provide nursing support to individuals with learning disabilities and significant health needs while focusing on maximising the potential of each resident.

Our homes are located in a number of areas across the country. Providing 24 hour nursing care in residential, respite and community based settings, our aim is to offer a comfortable, safe and happy environment for you or your loved one.

Our staff are highly skilled and have a combination of clinical knowledge, compassion, patience and understanding, who had undergone specialist training to help support and understand the people we support. Our teams support residents with the utmost dignity and respect and we’re committed to supporting people sensitively to maintain choice and independence.

We can also provide support to individuals who require pressure and wound care, PEG feeding, and support with their epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.

For more information about our nursing services our friendly enquiry line can be contacted on 0800 0353 776 or referrals@voyagecare.com.

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