Nursing care

Supporting people and their families with their ongoing nursing needs in our homes from home.


Nursing care is an entirely bespoke level of residential living, involving specialist clinical care allowing people with complex conditions to live safely and feel supported.

One of the key benefits is around-the-clock support, both medically and with daily life tasks, with registered qualified nurses on duty 24 hours a day.

Nurses are trained to monitor complex and advanced conditions, recognising and adapting care plans as required to deliver effective care.

Our expertise

Our fully trained nursing care staff provide personalised care, tailored to the needs of each individual. This bespoke medical support care is delivered through a Personal Care Plan, which considers the individual nursing, specialist care and support services needs of each resident.

Each resident’s needs will be different, with some requiring round-the-clock care from our specialist team of carers. Personalised Care Plans are regularly reviewed to preserve the dignity and independence of our residents.

Closely co-ordinating with GPs, pharmacists and specialist medical teams, each resident receives the highest standards of care in a welcoming and homely environment.

Nutritional meals are freshly prepared by dedicated catering teams, taking into consideration specific dietary requirements.

There’s no substitute for seeing our care in action and we warmly welcome you to visit your preferred Aurem Care home.

Frequently asked questions

What is nursing care?

Nursing care is a higher level of support provided by registered nurses and often accompanied by care assistants during their daily responsibilities. It is provided to residents who require 24-hour specialist care, such as those living with a long-term condition or illness.

Each Aurem care home works closely with a multitude of skilled healthcare professionals, such as social workers, doctors, dieticians, and physiotherapists, to ensure residents receive high quality, compassionate personalised care.

As part of each resident’s personalised care plan, our team carefully assesses the level of nursing care required for each resident to meet all their physical and emotional needs.

What does nursing care include?

In our nursing care facilities, we provide everything available in residential care, but with additional medical support for those with higher needs. These feature nursing equipment and specialist developed environments to provide the very best support for each individual.

Nursing care is:

  • Suited to people living with disabilities, immobility, and long-term medical conditions
  • Staffed by registered nurses
  • Supported by GP’s, pharmacists, and specialist medical teams to ensure the highest standards of care
  • Designed around the person, featuring specialist beds and equipment to suit their needs

For anyone who is lacking in mobility, has suffered a stroke or has other types of medical conditions resulting in high needs, our nursing care is second to none.

What is the difference between a residential care home and a nursing home?

The main difference between a residential home and a nursing home is that a nursing home has a qualified nurse on-site 24-hours a day to provide necessary medical care. This means nursing homes can provide a higher level of care.

Who pays for care homes?

Whether you have to pay for your care home place yourself or if your local authority will help you with funding depends on how much your savings and assets are worth. In England, if you have capital of more than £23,250, you will have to pay for your own care.


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  • All the staff are kind and friendly and have taken the time to get to know Mum…

    The management and staff are very attentive. They listen to our requests concerning my mum’s individual needs and react accordingly. My mum is very happy with the care she is receiving and always comments on how nice the meals are. The manager responds to any email questions or requests very promptly, which is a very helpful extra communication line to have. 

    The nurse is also available to discuss any particular issue whenever needed. All the staff are kind and friendly and have taken the time to get to know Mum – thank you all.

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Our Values

Aurem Care homes are all about people caring about people, we believe our care homes should be happy homes for loved ones.

Where older adults can forge worthwhile, meaningful relationships with our team and make new friends.

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