Caring for someone is very rewarding, however, it can be very demanding and tiring. Respite care allows for both the carer and the individual being cared for to have a worry-free break.
Our friendly team of Care Advisers are here to help you in your search for the most respite care home in Huddersfield. Your Adviser will discuss your care needs, even arranging appointments with the homes on your behalf.
Please be assured, TrustedCare will only provide you with information on respite care home’s in Huddersfield who are registered with the Care Quality Commission. The CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care services in England and conducts regular inspections of respite care homes. View a home’s latest CQC rating and read their latest inspection report via their TrustedCare profile below.
Get in touch with TrustedCare for one-to-one support finding a respite care home in Huddersfield. Our experienced team of Advisers are happy to help.
Abbey Place is approximately 1 km north of Huddersfield town centre. All of the home’s bedrooms have ensuite facilities and residents are welcomed to bring personal items to help make their room feel more homely. All of...
5.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 240047
Cleveland House Nursing Home specialises in both short and long-term care needs, being an ideal home in which to have respite care, while nursing care packages include convalescence and palliative requirements. A converted...
5.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 240079
Bryan Wood is a large, three-storey Victorian building, set in the heart of a quiet residential area of Huddersfield, offering residential and dementia friendly care for residents on a short and long-term basis. There are 4...
4.9 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 509607
Alwoodleigh, in Huddersfield, is a converted Victorian property in which members of the community with residential and nursing needs can enjoy the care of skilled professionals. A charming period interior, the property stands...
4.4 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 509612
TrustedCare offers free help & advice for people looking for a care for themselves or a loved one.
Our specialist Care Advisers can talk you through your options and identify the best services locally to provide the support you require.
Lindley Grange Nursing Home provides specialist dementia care as well as convalescence, respite and palliative care. The home offers day care services to many local older people, and staff are also trained to provide...
5.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 240341
5.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 646327
Greenacres has all the finishing touches you would expect from a warm and welcoming home, with cosy fire places, attractive décor and freely accessible, secure gardens. All 64 bedrooms are en-suite, enabling us to deliver...
4.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01484 240343
Avery Mews is a modern and spacious care home in Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, offering views of Spen Valley Greenway. The home provides residential and dementia services to older people, with a team of professional care staff...
4.8 out of 5.0
Call provider 01924 793000
Ashworth Grange has all the finishing touches you would expect from a warm and welcoming home, with cosy fire places, attractive décor and freely accessible, secure, gardens. All 64 bedrooms are en-suite, enabling us to...
4.3 out of 5.0
Call provider 01924 907110
A warm welcome to Pellon Care Centre, Halifax. You’ll find us a quarter of a mile from the town centre in a pleasant setting overlooking Shroggs Park and the countryside beyond. If you use public transport then the local bus...
4.7 out of 5.0
Call provider 01422 415997
Lydgate Lodge has all the finishing touches you would expect from a warm and welcoming home, with cosy fire places, attractive décor and freely accessible, secure gardens. All 64 bedrooms are en-suite, enabling us to deliver...
3.7 out of 5.0
Call provider 01924 793015
Crossley House Care Home supports people requiring residential and convalescent care in Thornton Village just outside of Bradford. Further to this the experienced care team at the home are able to support people with a range...
5.0 out of 5.0
Call provider 01274 019851
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The elderly and frail are especially vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, care providers are putting in place a range of measures to deal with the situation and safeguard those who use their services.
Care homes have mostly cancelled all but essential visits to the home. They are providing telephone-based assessments and placing controls on admissions. Home care & live-in care providers are still delivering care in the community but have a huge demand for support at this time.
All care providers currently have a big work load and may be difficult to reach, please contact the TrustedCare Care Adviser team on 01865 680 331 for further information on services in your local area.
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