Types of care
Across all our homes we provide a range of care needs for both long-term and respite periods in a warm and caring environment.
We understand that choosing the right home isn’t easy. There’s often so much to think about and decisions to make, that at times it can feel overwhelming.
In all of our homes, we work hard to make sure our residents feel, safe, happy and secure. We want our homes to be their homes and our personalised approach focuses on providing every resident with privacy, independence, dignity and choice so that whether it’s for a short stay, longer-term care or a true home from home; you or your loved one will become part of our family.
At We Care Group, we offer a number of different types of care, depending on a resident’s needs. Whilst many of our care services are for older people, including those living with dementia, we also operate a home for younger people with mental health care needs that has an outstanding Care Quality Commission rating.
At We Care Group, our person-centred approach and family ethos mean that we will help you find a home that is right for you or your loved one. We’ll be by your side; supporting you through the process and making sure that we understand the needs and preferences of your or your loved one right from the start.
Nursing care is offered to residents who need 24-hour around the clock care. This will be set out in a residents’ individual care plan and includes the monitoring and assessment of potential clinical problems such as: pressure area management; nutritional balance; fluid balance; administration and management of drugs and pain management.
Residential care is long-term care provided to adults who are staying in a residential setting rather than in their own home. Our homes provide accommodation, meals, daily activities and personal care such as washing and eating. Each of our residential care homes is unique, designed to make the most of the home environment and its surroundings and with a focus on making sure that residents lead a happy, fulfilling and healthy life whilst in our care, in a home they feel safe and secure in. We want our homes to be their homes.
Palliative care is provided predominantly in our nursing homes and is focused on managing pain and making your loved one as comfortable as possible, ensuring they receive the care they want, where and how they want it, in their final moments.
End of Life Care
Our caring and empathetic teams provide highly sensitive and compassionate end-of-life care within our nursing homes, working with your loved one and their family, as well as their GP and other health professionals, to plan their care.
Bariatric care is provided in both a residential and nursing setting depending on a resident’s needs. Our teams are trained to support bariatric residents with their mobility, provide the right type of care to meet individual needs (including for example, keeping wounds clean), as well as supporting bariatric residents with their daily tasks. Our chef teams make sure dietary requirements and plans are followed whilst also being considerate to any preferences our bariatric residents may have.
Young Mental Health Care
Tudor Bank Nursing Home is situated in Southport and provides specialist Young Mental Health Care. Rated as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), our Tudor Bank team are on hand to provide emotional and practical support to our residents, enabling them to maintain their independence and live enjoyable and fulfilling lives.
We Care Group provides dementia care in both a residential and nursing setting. Each of our homes that support people living with dementia is uniquely designed to make residents feel comfortable in their homes. Corridors are filled with photos and murals to evoke fond memories from the past as well as memorabilia to encourage stimulation. Colours are used throughout the home to create positive associations and trigger the right response to a situation and the food and menus are designed to cater specifically for residents with dementia. Several of our homes even have a dementia garden creating a sensory experience in a beautiful setting.
Specialist teams are on hand day and night to provide emotional and practical support to our residents, making sure they feel completely at home in their environment. Each resident’s personalised care plan is designed to support them in living with dementia in a positive way and in addition to any medical requirements, covers everything from mealtimes, hobbies and habits to activities that will stimulate their senses and engage them in a way that is fulfilling whilst at all times respecting a resident’s privacy and independence.