Our Mission Statement

01.-Residential-CareResidential Care

Wellbeing Care Group offer residential care in one of three locations. Each of these locations are managed by their respective managers and support staff. We take pride in ensuring that each of our homes are a “home” to the residents that live within them.

When a decision has been made to move into a residential care home, it is often one of the most difficult decisions that any person or family will make. It is therefore absolutely essential to make sure that the perfect home is chosen. The main considerations taken on choosing the right home will be:

  • The history and Quality of care
  • The ability to carry out the appropriate support
  • The standards of the home
  • The location of the home
  • The reputation of the home
  • The cost of care

Wellbeing Care Groups homes are defined by the same considerations that an individual will take in making this choice. We pride ourselves on continually assessing the quality of care, standard of our homes, and good value for the care that is provided. This will always ensure that we maintain the reputation that is earnt from the dedication and hard work our staff provide.

Each of our homes have gained their own character that make them unique, just like your own home would be.

Southernwood House

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20 Matmore Gate, Spalding, Lincolnshire. PE11 2PN
T: 01775 760 563 F: 01775 760 713 M: mail@southernwoodhouse.co.uk

Our small residential home is located within a short walk to the historic town centre of Spalding. Southernwood House symbolizes the feeling of ‘home from home’ as all residents have the choice to furnish their private rooms. The home has a warm, vibrant and welcoming atmosphere. The home has two tranquil dining areas, two separate relaxing lounges and a small bright summer annex, being used by residents and their guests throughout the day. There is a secure large picturesque sensory garden to the rear of the property. We offer a home to 28 residents with different care needs from Dementia to physical disabilities. The home can offer accommodation with single en-suite rooms, rooms with assisted shower rooms, and a couple’s suite. There are rooms which can accommodate residents that are funded through Social Services as well as private suites.

Chevington House

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36 North Road, Bourne, Lincolnshire. PE10 9AS
T: 01778 421 821 F: 01778 421 821 M: mail@chevingtonhouse.co.uk

Located just a few footsteps away from the historic market town of Bourne. Chevington house is a little gem of a home with just 16 rooms, a real warm environment which is enjoyed by both its residents and family. If you wanted to stay in a real “home from home” every detail epitomises a classically designed home from its traditional lounges to the beautiful gardens that can be seen from the traditional conservatory. At the rear of the gardens which have wonderful access from the home a stunning Weeping Willow encapsulates the timeless essences of a real garden.Accommodation is provided with or without ensuite facilities, as well as a couple’s suite. We also accommodate private and social service funded residents. Care for Dementia and Physical disabilities are specialisms which the care staff pride their experience on.

The Broughtons

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2 Moss Street, Salford, Manchester. M7 1NF
T: 0161 708 9033 F: 0161 792 8144 M:mail@broughtonhouse.org.uk

A purpose built facility for residential care, The Broughtons aim to create a homely, friendly and caring environment for our residents. We promote independence, dignity and self respect through offering choice, privacy, and by nurturing daily living Skills and providing meaningful activities. We aim towards a better quality of life, through the person centred approach, acknowledging each individuals needs and expectations. The Broughtons creates a real community spirit within the home, with many facilities including different themed lounges throughout the building, including a reminiscent lounge, smoking room and conservatory. We have our own hairdressing room, treatment rooms and IT room. All staff are qualified in providing Dementia Care, and End of Life Care through specialist training. There are 39 resident’s rooms most with en-suite facilities, and generous room sizes, The Broughtons has been recognised locally by its success in promoting independence for its residents. The Broughtons specialises in Dementia Care, Physical disability and Mental Health.