We would encourage you to discuss your housing options with friends and family, and to seek independent advice, support and representation as appropriate, from bodies such as the Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC – visit their website at www.eac.org.uk) and AgeUK (www.ageuk.org.uk). Information and advice may be available free of charge.

For more information about our extra care schemes, please visit the CQC website.

Call us first and we can help you fill out a form. Your application will then be processed and a care assessment will be carried out.

A dedicated member of our team will arrange to meet with you to talk to you about your application and needs and will inform you of the next steps needed to process your application. They will keep you informed all the way

You’ll be assessed by the local authority and they will agree with you a care plan to meet your needs. Depending upon your circumstances and your savings you may find that your care can be funded by the local authority. If not then you will be responsible for you care costs.

Eligibility for our schemes do vary from scheme to scheme but usually you will need to:

  • Be aged 55 or over
  • Have been assessed as having care needs
  • Be ordinarily resident in the area the scheme is located in

Our scheme brochures provide more information about specific eligibility requirements.

Our scheme brochures will show you how each scheme is specifically designed but all our schemes have similar design features including;

  • one or two bedrooms
  • a spacious lounge area
  • walk-in wet room with shower which can be adapted if required
  • a modern kitchen with fridge freezer, oven and hob
  • central heating
  • emergency call alarms
  • wheelchair accessibility to all rooms
  • security entrance phone
  • can be adapted with aids such as grab rails, shower seats etc. if you require them.

Our extra care housing can help people with support needs as well as those who have mobility or health problems that mean they need regular or long-term care and support. Care staff are on duty day and night.

The main aim of extra care is to enable people to live successfully in their own home for as long as possible. Ensuring support and care needs are met within independent, fully supported flats. We will be able to help with a number of activities including:

  • personal care
  • getting up, washing and dressing
  • preparing meals, snacks and drinks
  • cleaning and domestic work
  • shopping and meal planning
  • maintaining your home
  • care coordination and liaison
  • supporting you to engage and enjoy activities onsite and locally
  • help with finance, bills and budgeting, welfare benefit applications
  • care tailored to your needs

Yes. If your husband/wife/partner does not need care you can still live together in extra care housing.

Yes. Some of our schemes offer a catering service which you can purchase separately with your core care package. You can also invite friends and family at an additional cost.

Depending on your agreed care package help with meal preparation could be included depending on your circumstances. However the cost of food is met with by you.