Types of Care

Types of Care

It is important to take your time to find the right home for your loved one. Come and take a tour of our homes and talk to our staff, see the activities and discuss the needs of your loved one with our home managers. 

In some cases, we may invite you and your loved one to spend the day in the home to experience what it is like to live there. 

In others, we may let your family stay on a trial basis so they can see if the place is right for them.

Prepare some questions before your visit; however, our home managers are always prepared and will put you at ease. We have a variety of care homes, so check out our homes here to make sure they provide the kind of care you require.

Below are the types of care we provide at Beaumont Care. 

Intermediate Care

Intermediate care is a range of integrated services to prevent unnecessary hospital admission, promote faster recovery from illness, support timely discharge and maximise independent living.

A Beaumont Care home provides a caring, safe, and reassuring environment where older people can rest and recover after a fall, illness, or surgical procedure. With the support of our care teams, residents can rebuild their confidence and recover from their medical condition with Intermediate Care before returning home or choosing their next step.

Beaumont care’s nursing and care staff work closely with medical experts and multi-disciplinary teams to return patients to their homes and assist them in returning to independent living or preparing them for a transition into a long-term/permanent care facility.

Health and social care services can use intermediate care to prevent unnecessary hospital admissions and prolonged hospital stays.

Learning Disability

Our learning disability communities  support individuals to lead independent lives through empowering environments, understanding teams and holistic care plans

Nursing Care

Nursing care is similar to residential care, but with a team of qualified nurses to give 24-hour support to people with medical conditions. Our Beaumont Care Homes nursing teams are supported by local GPs and external healthcare practitioners. We make sure that our residents receive the very best care.

Nursing Dementia Care

We provide a range of care for people living with dementia, including residential dementia care and nursing dementia care depending on an individual’s needs.

Rehabilitation and Neurological Care

Beaumont Care Homes support adults with complex physical disabilities or health needs caused by a range of neurological conditions including alcohol-related brain damage, (ARBD). 

Residential Care

We provide residential support to people who need a little help with day-to-day living such as washing, dressing, eating and taking their regular medication.

Respite Care

Respite care enables a visitor to experience life in our homes.  Whether you need a break or need to convalesce after time in hospital, our short-stay residents all receive a high level of personalised care and support.

Residential Dementia Care

Beaumont Care Homes offer a range of care for people living with dementia, including residential dementia care and nursing dementia care depending on an individual’s needs.

End of Life and Palliative Care

End of Life and Palliative Care is specialist support for people with a life-limiting illness to relieve their symptoms and make them as comfortable as possible. We understand that this can be a sensitive time and our highly-professional care teams offer compassionate support, providing advice or an opportunity to talk.

Mental Health

Our healthcare teams at Beaumont Care, aim to empower our residents to take control of their lives by being physically active, building relationships in their community through hobbies and interests and in some cases, gaining voluntary work or employment and learning new skills.