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Care Homes 




Whether you need help to remain independent at home or to move somewhere more suitable Care Search have a dedicated team of advisers that can support you through the process of finding care for you or a loved one. We work closely with care professionals and care providers and are able to advise you on the care options available. Our service is caring and confidential and always tailored to each individual. 




You will be allocated a personal care adviser who will support you through the care process. They will be with you from the beginning and will understand your needs and preferences when finding appropriate care.


  • Consultation and advice on the care options available.
  • Signposting to appropriate services that could be beneficial.
  • Making use of our knowledge of care providers that would be able to provide you with the right care.
  • Shortlisting suitable care homes and agencies to best meet the care needs and your preferences. 
  • Organising visits and care assessments.
  • Reviewing and monitoring existing care arrangements.


We aim to answer queries and continue to provide options until you are happy you have chosen the the right care.

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Care Homes can offer security, peace of mind and companionship. Care homes can provide stimulation with activities and other residents. They offer skilled staff, they can be dementia trained or qualified nurses and the home may offer specialised equipment. are homes can cater for different needs, they can be Residential, Nursing, Dementia or homes that can accept from some or all of the above. 

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Home Care 

Help at home may be considered if you or a loved one wants to stay in their own home but feels they are finding it difficult. Care can be flexible depending on what is required. Sessions can range from 30 minute visits to 24-hour live-in assistance. The care can be short term after a stay in hospital or longer term. Care can be for general daily activities to more advanced needs requiring input from nursing staff.  


Respite Care

Respite may be considered in the short term after a brief stay in hospital. It can allow you to recuperate with skilled staff to support you. It may be an option if a carer is on holiday or needs a break.