Supported Homes

Family style living within a shared house with your own room & communal facilities


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What is it?

Our supported homes are ideal for older people who need a little extra support to maintain their daily lifestyle but want to remain independent.

Residents have their own rooms (and often their own ensuite bathrooms) within a house and they share communal areas, such as a dining and sitting room, with the other residents. All of our supported homes also have landscaped gardens.

A housekeeper provides lunch and dinner for the residents, as well as cleaning and maintaining the communal areas. Residents are responsible for maintaining their own bedrooms. Unlike residential care homes, our supported homes don’t provide personal care, though care and support packages can be bought in.

Living in a supported home is a great way to retain your independence whilst being part of a community and making new friends.

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From the information we have gathered we have found the best solution for your situation to be the following:

Question 1

Do you require 24 hour care and support or are you largely independent, in need of a little bit of support?

Question 2

Would you prefer to rent a bedsit within a small house or to buy or rent an apartment within a scheme?

Extra Care Housing

Extra care housing refers to tenancy-based accommodation where the tenant lives in their own apartment – for which they pay rent – but receives care and support from a care provider of their choice.

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Supported Homes

Extra care housing refers to tenancy-based accommodation where the tenant lives in their own apartment – for which they pay rent – but receives care and support from a care provider of their choice.

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Residential Homes

Our residential care homes provide 24/7 care, compassion and companionship for older people who are finding it difficult to cope at home alone. Residents can choose to stay for respite (short term) care or a permanent move.

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