residential care

Residential Care Home

Friendly, experienced and compassionate care for those who need a little extra support.

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A resident enjoying her life in residential care home

what is residential care?

Residential care at Autograph care homes is for those who may need some assistance with day to day tasks.

It might be that you just want the peace of mind and security that comes from knowing that the care is available to you 24/7.  You may need assistance and support with mobility, washing, dressing or eating.  You may also have particular needs because of dementia.

Whatever your requirements, your care and support will be person-centred, tailored to your individual needs and delivered by our dedicated and fully trained staff teams.

who is residential care for?

Our homes provide a safe, supportive and friendly environment for those who need a little extra help.

If you or a loved one are finding it difficult to live independently, then residential care may be suitable for you.  At Autograph, our focus is on giving our residents independence back, but with the security of knowing our experienced team are on hand 24/7, whenever needed.

Whether it supports with day to day tasks, helping on trips outside or even making new friends with other residents, each individual is different and we provide a range of services to help meet these needs.

One of our residents at Monson Care Home in the garden

Care Home Testimonials

“The staff are super friendly and there is a real homely feel. I know my nan is safe and being looked after very well. Thank you x”

— Hollie S (Granddaughter of Resident) | carehome.co.uk

what are the benefits of residential care?

  • 24/7 support from an experienced and compassionate team;
  • Independence and freedom of choice - we are here to facilitate as best we can what you want to do and to help you live life as you want it
  • Extensive activities to keep residents mentally and physically stimulated. Access to gardens & outdoor space for gardening & gentle exercise, or support with trips out
  • Health & Well Being - healthy, home-cooked meals. We strive to ensure every individual receives a healthy, nutritious and well-balanced diet.  All our meals are cooked fresh, on-site by our team of chefs and tailored to personal preferences and dietary requirements
Joan spends some time chatting with her carer at Monson Care Home in Lincoln

find your home

Care Home North West & East Midlands

High-quality residential and dementia care in beautiful surroundings. Each of our homes is individual, but all share the same objective – to offer families and residents peace of mind, security and to help you live life as you want it.

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FAQs

Hourly care refers to a caregiving service where assistance and support are provided to individuals on an hourly basis. It is typically used for temporary or short-term care needs, such as recovery from surgery or extra support for ageing individuals.

There are many different types of care for individuals needing extra support, however, at Autograph Care, our main focus is on residential care, dementia care, and respite care.

Residential care nurses provide a range of care and medical services to individuals residing in residential care settings. Some of the care services they typically provide include:

  • Medical Assessments
  • Medication Management
  • Wound Care
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
  • Emergency Response
  • Care Planning and Coordination
  • Health Education
  • Emotional Support