We realise that you will have lots of questions about our care home and what is involved when a loved one moves in. We want the process to be as stress-free as possible, and with that in mind we have collected some frequently asked questions. If there is anything specific that you want to know then please ask us a question using the form below.
Prospective- residents, along with family and friends, are welcome to visit our care home and speak with our Home Admissions Advisor. You will be shown around our home and this will give you the chance to discover the facilities we have to offer, along with answering any questions you may have.
Our residents can enjoy a nutritious and exciting menu all day every day. Our chefs create an array of breakfast, lunch and supper options to cater for all of our residents’ tastes, as well as delicious snacks and light bites
Boutique Care Homes is able to cater specifically for any cultural needs or any specific dietary requirements including allergens.
Boutique Care Homes providers residential, respite and day care, along with dementia care. If you have a specific question about the care we provide then please get in touch.
We want our residents to feel at home, so we open our doors to friends and family to visit whenever they want. Friends and family are also welcome to join us for an informal meal or to indulge within our private dining facilities.
Our Lifestyle & Activities team work alongside our residents to ensure a varied and fulfilling activities calendar is created for your loved ones to enjoy, whether it’s learning a new skill or continuing a much-loved hobby. We also plan days out with our residents, such as exploring the local area or a trip to the theatre.
Sadly our model cannot be sustained on local authority/social services fees. We can however accept them as part funders, with a top-up from the family to make up to the value of our fee.
Every resident is entitled to be registered with a local GP surgery as part of the NHS service. If a resident wishes to keep their own GP, this will be down to the GP himself/herself. It is difficult to retain a GP if you move out of their area.
Yes, we do with a minimum stay of four weeks but the Home Manager has discretion in this regard.