We take great pride in the care we provide and work hard to respect and promote residents’ independence, dignity and choice. Meals are cooked using local produce wherever possible and both homes offer weekly activities and events. Residents are encouraged to lead active lives for as long as possible.
Most residents come from farming backgrounds, but other members of the local community (and people seeking respite care) can be accommodated if spaces exist.
Many people worry about the costs of making the move into residential care when they get older. For some, variable incomes mean they have limited savings put by for their retirement.
If you, or someone you love, is eligible for local authority funding for social care, we can help by ‘topping up’ the amount the local authority pays. This might mean that you can stay in a home of your choice, closer to family and friends.
Both Beaufort House and Manson House are registered with the Care Quality Commission.