The Prestige Group

Purpose built care homes, providing personalised care in a modern environment.

Care Types

There are a number of caring options when it comes to living at a Prestige Care Centre. We understand that no two people have the exact same requirements and so we strive to ensure individuality and flexibility in our approach and to provide care and support that puts our residents at the centre of everything we do. This approach is often referred to as ‘person centred’.

Our Care Homes can provide the following care and support:

Residential Care (personal care) is care and support for older people who want to live in a community environment and require some help with their personal care needs but do not have any additional health needs requiring nursing support. A 24 hour staff presence ensures residents have access to support around the clock, whatever their physical, social and psychological requirements.

Residential Care for those living with a dementia is residential care (personal care) and support for older people who remain relatively able, but who are also living with a form of dementia such as dementia of the Alzheimer’s type, a vascular type dementia or dementia with Lewy Bodies etc. We provide this type of care in adapted living environments that are specifically designed to be prosthetic, and to meet the varied needs of people living with dementia. Our care staff in Residential with Dementia Care services receive additional specialist training and provide various therapies and focused activities such as exercise, music and reminiscence to ensure residents remain active, healthy, involved and supported.

Nursing Care is care and support of a higher level for older people who require more intensive physical, psychological and social support on a daily basis designed and delivered by a team headed by a qualified nurse. Our Nursing Care settings always have fully qualified and highly trained nursing staff on duty throughout the day and night and feature enabling technologies.

Nursing for those living with a dementia is care and support where the symptoms of the type of dementia or accompanying physical disease process require intensive qualified inputs and with specific programs of care led by nurses and delivered with highly trained and motivated carers. . Again, this type of setting has qualified nursing staff available throughout the day and night to provide residents and their families with specialist care and support and will be delivered within specifically enhanced and adapted environments.

Young physically disabled care and support is for people aged 18 to 65 who have physical disabilities and are unable to look after themselves fully in their own homes. Our specialist facilities, equipment and highly skilled staff can care for a wide range of disabilities and needs and we will work with other specialist support services to devise person focused and enabling individualised plans of care and packages of support.

All of the above categories of care can be provided on a long term or short term basis.

Short-term respite care
A short-term stay at one of our homes can provide some much needed respite for both the resident and their carers. Whatever the reason for a residential visit, Prestige’s dedicated staff members will ensure a safe, secure and comfortable stay is enjoyed, with all the necessary support provided.

Long-term elderly care

Dedicated to providing home-from-home environments, Prestige’s care staff members work hard to achieve a crucial balance between personal care and the maintenance of independence for each of our residents.

All prospective admission are offered a one month trial period where you may see or yourself the care, quality and compassion of the Prestige care group and its dedicated care and support teams