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At each of our homes we strive to provide an outstanding level of care to every single person who has entrusted their future to us.

Residential Care

Residential Care is provided in a home or care centre for individuals who may need additional support to live independently.

Advanced Dementia Care

Dementia is a progressive condition and the later stages of dementia, also known as ‘advanced dementia ’, can be hard to define with each diagnosed individual going through it in their own way.

Day Care

Day care offers a friendly and stimulating home away from home for people while giving their loved one’s peace of mind knowing that they’re safe and cared for during the day.

Complex Care

Complex care is care given to individuals with significant, continuing healthcare issues. Complex care involves skilled nursing supervision and coordination from medical experts.

Respite Care

Caring for a loved one at home can be rewarding but as day-to-day life unfolds, sometimes there is a need for families to avail of a care home for a short-term stay for their loved one, known as respite.

Dementia Care

Dementia is a syndrome associated with an ongoing decline of brain functioning. There are many different causes of dementia, and many different types.

Nursing Care

Nursing care within a care home provides residents with all day-to-day support you would expect from a residential home, however, the care is overseen by registered nurses.