Residential care

Aurem Care provides 24-hour care and support with independence and respect.

Overview

There comes a time when the things that you used to take for granted, become difficult to cope with. Loneliness and isolation can creep in and can lead to declining health and depression.

Aurem residential care maintains individual lifestyle choices, allowing people to enjoy stimulating and fulfilling lives.

Our residential communities build new friendships and relationships. Residents continue to enjoy hobbies and pastimes and acquire new interests and opportunities within an inclusive family community setting.

Our expertise

We strongly believe that every resident is an individual and should be given the individual care that they need and deserve. So, our experienced care assistants get to know every resident, so that they can provide for their individual needs.

Each resident has their own private space, as well as access to community areas, including lounges, dining areas and communal gardens, where they can meet and socialise with family, friends, and other residents.

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 residential care?

Residential care means long-term care provided in a care home. It’s for people who need substantial help with their personal care. It helps older people to maintain their independence for longer, whilst receiving ongoing care and support to help them carry out everyday tasks that they find difficult to do alone.

What does residential care include?

At each Aurem care home we build residential care plans. It allows a completely personalised relationship-centred care plan and means each resident can enjoy a fulfilled life.

Our experienced care team builds a strong relationship with each resident and has a closer insight into physical, emotional, and social needs as well as any likes or dislikes, helping us to tailor their care plan to their exact requirements.

As part of their residential care plans, our residents can enjoy our very own hair salon, relaxing in our cafe, sitting in our beautiful landscaped gardens, or enjoy their favourite meals prepared every day by our qualified chefs, and much more.

How is residential care different to nursing care?

The main difference is that residential care offers day-to-day support provided by carers. Whereas nursing care offers more complex medical support to those with long-term conditions or illnesses and is provided by registered nurses.

Residential care supports those who wish to maintain their independence but require additional support when carrying out everyday tasks, such as someone with reduced mobility who needs assistance with bathing, dressing or cooking. This can vary from little to more frequent support, where we adapt our residential care based on the choices and personal preferences of each resident.

Nursing care is provided by registered nurses, who are qualified to carry out tasks such as administering medication, wound care and helping those with long-term conditions or illnesses to live more comfortably. To ensure your loved one receives the highest standard of care, our nurses receive continual professional and personal development training.

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  • The care is amazing and the staff are wonderful…

    Kettlewell House is providing exemplary service to my father who is struggling with dementia. Nothing is too much trouble; the care is amazing and the staff are wonderful. Credit goes to the manager for creating and nurturing a loving environment which can only be best described as ‘home from home’. 

    I can honestly say that I don’t worry about Dad as I know he is being well cared for – this is a real blessing to myself and the family. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Kettlewell to anyone looking to provide care for an elderly friend or relative.

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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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