Residential Care Homes | Elderly, dementia & adult care
Care as unique as you are
Imagine a little peace of mind... with the reassurance that your loved one is surrounded by caring people who value them for the unique person that they are.
Where they’re supported to continue their comforting routines, enjoy their favourite food, and spend time doing the hobbies and interests that they love most.
You can expect all this and more for your loved one at a Barchester care home.
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With over 200 care homes in the UK, there's always a Barchester care home near you.
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.Find out more
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Award-winning care for over 25 years
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.More about us
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Award-winning writer seeks to highlight positives of care homes
The widow of a Scottish international rugby player aims to highlight the positive experiences of care homes dementia sufferers can have.
A third of people ignore dementia symptoms for over a month
A third of people noticing dementia symptoms in themselves or loved ones don’t flag up the issue for over a month, new research suggests. A survey undertaken by the Alzheimer’s Society found just 15 per cent of those who are worried seek help immediately.
Controversial weight loss drugs could be used to treat dementia
Groundbreaking weight loss drugs Wegovy, Ozempic and Mounjaro could be used to treat neurological conditions like dementia, scientists believe. When combined with existing medications, it’s thought the GLP-1 receptor drugs could improve methods of clearing amyloid beta plaques from the brain.