Residential Care

Our Residential Care Service

Residential care is for frail older people whose needs are low, such as needing help with washing, dressing and other daily living activities. We provide accommodation, meals and 24-hour personal care for those who find it increasingly difficult to cope at home without assistance.

We offer support and a community for people who are lonely and who want to have their every need met in a safe, warm environment, whether that is an ear to listen, a hot cup of tea or a fluffy fresh towel.


Carers Staff


Senior Doctors


Happy Couples

Services We Provide

More than just assistance, Residential care is a partnership. Your dedicated carer becomes an integral part of your daily life, providing a range of services tailored to your individual needs. Here's a glimpse into what our live-in care can offer:

  • Daily living assistance
  • Tailored care plans
  • Physical and emotional support
  • Matching you with the right carer
  • Home safety modifications
  • 24/7 support

Ultimate Service Provider

Our team of compassionate and experienced caregivers is committed to providing your loved one with the highest quality care, respecting their dignity and individual needs. We conduct thorough background checks and ongoing training to ensure the utmost professionalism and reliability.

Caring Staff

 Connect patients and families with volunteers who share similar experiences.

Hospice Care

Hospice addresses the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of both the patient.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who benefits from residential care?
    • Individuals who need assistance with daily living but want to maintain independence.
    • Seniors experiencing memory loss or cognitive decline.
    • Those requiring medical care beyond assisted living capabilities.
    • People seeking social interaction and a supportive community.

        Costs vary depending on the type of care, level of services, location, and amenities. Research different options and check if you qualify for financial assistance programs.

            • Consider your loved one's needs and preferences.
            • Visit facilities and ask questions about staff qualifications, care philosophy, activities, and safety measures.
            • Talk to residents and their families about their experiences.
            • Compare costs and services offered.