TrustedCare is an easy to use online directory and referral platform featuring detailed profiles of registered residential care homes from across the UK
Our detailed profiles of regulated and registered residential care homes allow you to look for care homes near you that offer the specialisms and facilities that you require. Select from the list of locations below or enter your postcode into the search bar at the top of the screen to start your search for care.
TrustedCare aims to make it really easy to see what care-types are supported by the home. Underneath the images of the home is a ‘Specialisms’ box, which clearly indicates what care-types are supported by the home. Care Homes choose from the following specialisms: Day Care, Dementia Care, EMI, Learning Difficulties, Elderly Care, Palliative Care, Physical Difficulties, Respite Care, Under 65 years and Younger Adults (18-25).
Also viewable via a care home’s profile is: a gallery of images, a map, verified service-user reviews, latest CQC rating and contact information. We hope that bringing all this information together in one place makes it really easy for you to shortlist potential residential care homes.
If you would like support finding care homes near you then please do get in touch via phone, email or live-chat. Our specialist team of Care Advisers would be delighted to assist you with information on services. Whether you are just trying to establish what homes are in your area or you require immediate care, TrustedCare is here to help.
All residential care homes in the UK are regulated by independent public bodies of health and social care policy; England, Scotland and Wales are all regulated by different independent bodies and as such care homes adhere to different compliance rules.
In England, the inspector of care homes is the Care Quality Commission or CQC for short. Established in 2008 from two existing bodies, the role of the CQC is to set the standard to which all residential care homes should be operating and to enforce that standard through regular review and inspection. On each profile of care homes that are based in England, you will find details of their latest CQC inspection and how well they scored.
In Scotland, the inspector of care services is the Care Inspectorate which was established in 2011 by the Scottish Government to regulate all social care services including care homes for people of all ages.
Finally, in Wales the inspector of residential care homes is known as Care Inspectorate Wales, operating in the same way as the above-mentioned. The Care Inspectorate Wales is there to ensure that care homes in the Country operate within the framework that they set.
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