Residential Care Homes | Elderly, dementia & adult care

Life can bring so much to savour and celebrate.
Old passions. New friends. Rich culture. Delicious food. 

All the best bits are ageless. And you can continue to enjoy them fully here at Barchester. These are the things that mean the most. And because they matter to you, they matter to us.

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Life with Barchester

We strive to make life at Barchester care homes as stimulating and fulfilling as possible and are committed to ensuring independence, dignity and choice in every aspect of daily life.

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Award-winning care for over 25 years

Welcome to Barchester Healthcare, where we specialise in delivering top quality care to the people living in our well staffed, comfortable, secure and happy homes.

Here's to continuing to celebrate life in our care homes.

About us and our people

At Barchester, people are at the heart of everything we do. From supporting our residents to enjoy meaningful everyday activities, providing comforting, nutritious meals, to maintaining warm and happy environments, our team ensure they get to know every resident individually, to help support them to live life the way they choose.

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Barchester Healthcare and living with COVID

This page was last updated on 2nd September 2022.

Elderly memory improved by electrical brain stimulation

Lasting benefits have been found for long and short-term memory in the elderly after electrical brain stimulation. Scientists at Boston University in the US hope the breakthrough could lead to the development of non-invasive treatments for those with cognitive disorders like Alzheimer’s.

Heart scan could predict dementia in the next 10 years

Conducting simple heart scans on elderly people could reveal whether they’re likely to develop dementia in the next decade, a new study has found. Scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore looked at 5,000 individuals in their 70s as part of the research.