Residential and nursing care homes
Residential and nursing care homes
A care home is a place to live that also offers personal care services to the people living in the home. For many people, getting a little extra support helps them to stay living independently at home. You might like to look in the care and support area if you're looking for a little extra help.
For some people, sheltered housing or supported housing can be good choices that can help them stay as independent as possible. If it's too difficult to manage living independently, some people feel they need to move to a care home to get the specialist help they need. If you feel that a care home is the best option, there are two main types of home that you could look at:
- Residential care homes offer a place to live and personal care services, including meals
- Nursing care homes offer nursing care services as well as a place to live and personal care services
You can find many care homes and nursing homes in the list below as well as places to get more information, like the Care Quality Commission, which regulates and checks care services. NHS Choices provides information on every registered care home in England. Visit the NHS Choices website to find a care home, view ratings and reviews, or add a rating or review about a home.
Finding and paying for residential care
Read more about finding a care home and paying for residential care to find out when the council may be able to help, the different options, and important things to think about. For more information and impartial guidance about finding and paying for a care home and what you might need to consider, you could start with:
50 Records in Residential and nursing care homes.
229 Mitcham Lane
229 Mitcham Lane, Streatham, London, SW16 6PY
Telephone: 020 8677 3336
Description: 229 Mitcham Lane is a residential home for up to 4 adults with mental health conditions.
Admiral House - Care Homes
22 Thrale Road, London, SW16 1PA
Telephone: 020 8769 4285
Description: This is a care home for up to 12 residents with mental health needs, excluding learning disability or dementia.
Anvil Close - Care Homes
21-24 Anvil Close, Streatham, London, SW16 6YA
Telephone: 020 8677 4714
Description: This is a care home for 12 men or women with learning disabilities and some with physical disabilities.
Arabella Drive - Care Homes
185 Arabella Drive Roehampton London, SW15 5LH
Telephone: 020 8876 6681
Description: Arabella Drive is a mixed gender home with facilities for 8 people and a self contained flat for severe learning disabilities and autism.
Ashmead Care Centre - Care Homes
201 Cortis Road, Putney, London, SW15 3AX
Telephone: 020 8246 6430 / Head Office 01423 859859
Description: Ashmead is a purpose built care home with nursing that also provides care for frail older people and people who may have dementia.
28-32 London Road, Bagshot, Surrey, GU19 5HN
Telephone: 01276 450 800
Description: Bagshot Park is a purpose built care centre that specialises in the rehabilitation of younger people with an acquired brain injury and neurological rehab.
Blind Veterans UK
Blind Veterans UK, 12-14 Harcourt Street, London , W1H 4HD
Telephone: 0800 389 7979 or 020 7723 5021 (London office)
Description: Blind Veterans UK is a charity that offers lifelong practical and emotional support to veterans of the Armed Forces and National Service now living with significant sight loss.
Care homes - independent information and guidance
Telephone: Age UK advice line: 0800 169 6565
Description: If you're looking for independent information and guidance about care homes, NHS Choices and Age UK are good places to start.
Care Quality Commission
CQC, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4PA
Telephone: 03000 616161
Description: The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England.
Cavendish Road - Care Homes
274 A&B Cavendish Road, Balham, London, SW12 0BS
Telephone: 020 8675 9957 (care home), 020 3535 3535 (Metropolitan office)
Description: This is a care home that provides accommodation and support for nine people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health issues.