Residential Care

Who needs Residential Care?

Residential Care is appropriate for older individuals that have low care needs. This means those individuals who are mostly independent but need assistance with certain daily tasks, for example eating, mobility or dressing. This type of care is suited for people who through age have become more frail and have trouble with certain tasks and would welcome an environment where they are given 24-hour support to live a happy and balance life.  

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Our approach to Residential Care

Amicura’s approach to residential care ensures that we try and maintain your independence for as long as possible. Our main goal is to provide a homely, secure setting where you feel comfortable. You will have the support of our dedicated staff team who will provide tailored care 24-hours a day. 

Before admission, our qualified team will undertake an assessment of your needs as well as gain a detailed life history, including your likes and dislikes, so that we can create a personalised care plan for you. This will be updated daily ensuring a tailored service from admission.  

Once we are assured that we can meet your needs, we would encourage you to visit so that you can get used to the environment and to see if it is somewhere you could call home. 

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“Excellent residential home. Management, staff and catering are first class. Always a difficult choice putting a relative into care but after viewing many residential care homes, Jasmine Court was our first choice.”

Frank R Son of Resident - Jasmine Court

“We are very happy that both our parents are being well cared for in this good care home. The staff are excellent and very kind with them.”

F J Daughter of Residents - Eagle View

“Mum is treated with care and dignity at all times. The home and her room are always kept clean and tidy. She has improved her speech and put on weight whilst at Jasmine Court and she regularly has her hair, nails and feet done as an extra special treat. ”

Frank R Son of Resident - Jasmine Court
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