Respite care

Whether you are looking for an overnight stay, a placement for a few weeks or even longer, our respite care can deliver the level of support you need.

We can provide planned or emergency respite at many of our residential care homes for people with a variety of needs, including physical disabilities and nursing care. Our experienced staff will work closely with you to deliver personalised care and support during your stay.

During your stay with us you can choose to take part in a range of activities tailored to your interests, or to continue with your usual daily routine. We encourage all of the people we support to participate in house meetings so that everyone has a voice in what meals or outings they may like to participate in whilst staying with us.

Preparing for your stay with us

We understand that staying away from home can be a big step. Before your stay, you will be invited to come and visit the home. This is an opportunity for you or your loved ones to have a look around and get to know the staff.

We recognise the importance of relationships with family and friends, so we make it clear that visitors are always welcome at any reasonable time during your stay with us.

We work collaboratively with you and your loved ones to produce your support plans. This ensures your needs and wishes are met, and activities are based on your interests.

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