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Care in our homes

As one of the UK’s leading health and social care providers we have a spread of residential services across the country which are often run in partnership with the respective Councils and Local Authorities.

We primarily deliver elderly care services and dependent on location offer nursing, dementia, supported living, rehabilitation, day care, respite and specialist care for more complex needs such as mental health, Acquired Brain Injuries, Learning Disabilities and Physical Disabilities.

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For care in a care home or nursing home, your local authority will usually provide funding for your care up to a certain limit, according to your income and savings. As with care in your own home, this limit has been set at £23,250 in England and Northern Ireland (and £30,000 or £26,500 in Wales and Scotland respectively). If you move into a care home while a family member is still living in your home the value of your property will not contribute to your assets. Non-means-tested financial help is available from the NHS for nursing care.

You will need to contribute towards care home fees in relation to your assets – £1 per week for each £250 above lower limits (£14,000 in England and Northern Ireland, £20,750 in Wales, and £13,750 in Scotland). You will be able to keep £21.90 of income per week for personal expenses.

Community care hubs

We operate community care hubs that offer a holistic service for those requiring residential and occasional medical care; GP surgery, dentist, chiropody and minor injuries. The medical aspects are available to the public in conjunction with local authorities/NHS and are ideally located to those residing in the Community Care Hubs.

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Care in your own home

We deliver care at your own home based on the frequency and level of care individuals require. This can involve personal care, meal preparation, assistance with medication, domestic tasks or just companionship.

An increasingly popular choice for many individuals and couples is to opt for retirement living where you own your own apartment within a service and request home care based on your requirements.

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In England and Northern Ireland, to qualify for financial support for care in your own home your savings must not exceed £23,250 (or £30,000 in Wales and £26,500 in Scotland). This does not include the value of your home. If these are joint savings you will only be assessed for half their value. Extra savings in the name of your spouse or civil partner will not be assessed. Your income is assessed after housing and disability-related costs are taken into account and you will then be responsible for paying for your care on a sliding scale according to your means.

Care Partnership / Consultancy

Many of our services have been created following Shaw winning Council/Local Authority open tender processes to deliver care within a region. We design, build and manage the care services in ongoing partnerships and become a part of the community.

Several care services around the UK use Shaw for our Facilities Management expertise, providing domestic and catering services to other care providers who are already operating in an area.

Our heritage of designing, building and operating care services means we are well placed to consult on all areas of care. We are involved in multiple Joint Ventures overseas enabling other countries to achieve the internationally admired UK British care standards.

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Looking for care?

To arrange a virtual visit please call
0800 902 0092

Dear Relatives,

We would like to thank you for your ongoing support of all our care homes and hard-working staff throughout the past year. It has been an incredibly challenging year for everyone, and we recognise the impact that the pandemic has had on all those connected to our homes and within our local communities. We are now hopefully seeing a way back to normal and look forward to opening our doors fully in the coming months.

However, following the recent announcement by the government, we are pleased to advise that from Monday 12th April 2021 our care homes in England will be able to allow visits from 2 named visitors(subject to a negative Lateral Flow Test and PPE being worn). We will also be extending visiting into the weekends as long as it is booked in advance. Your care home will discuss with you the guidelines we need to follow for you to become a named visitor.

Furthermore, we are also delighted to announce that for the first-time visits can include a child or baby. Children under the age of 2 will not count towards the 2 named visitor quota. Clearly, visits involving children will need to be carefully managed and in agreement with the home manager. As per the guidance those over the age of 11 will need to wear PPE and be tested (with parental consent).

Another development in the new approach to visiting is the nomination of an ‘essential care giver’. The essential care giver role is intended as a way of supporting the relatively small proportion of our residents who need some element of care and support that could only ever be provided by someone with a unique personal relationship with the resident, perhaps formed over many years. It is likely that this person will already be part of the ongoing care plan for the resident. All this will be at the discretion of the manager and the care giver will be subject to the rigorous testing regime currently undertaken by our own staff. Please speak with your Home Manager for further details.

In summary from 12th April 2021 the new government guidelines for care home visits allow for;

1. 2 named visitors (see the guidance for help on how you could become a named visitor and what restrictions apply)

2. Children can also visit with those under the age of 2 not counted as part of the 2 named visitor quota (see the guidance for help and what restrictions apply)

3. A person can apply for essential carer status but this will need to assessed and agreed by the Home Manager and is subject to rigorous testing.




The Government guidance on care home visiting in England can be found HERE.
The Government guidance on care home visiting in Wales can be found HERE.