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Need to find a Care Home?

Time often comes when you or your loved ones can no longer manage well at home or circumstances may not permit you to stay at home. This could be due to change in your care requirements or even following a hospital visit. Choosing a Care Home is a major decision often made at an emotionally stressful time with family members having to make necessary arrangements of finding a suitable care home.

Leicester Care Homes - West View Care Home (Leicester) on 0116 277 3896 or Portland House Care Home (Leicester) on 0116 239 3056.

Northampton Care Home - The Leys Care Home (Northampton) on 01604 642 030.

Coventry Care Home - St Martins Care Home (Coventry) on 02476 621 298.

Nuneaton Care Home - Long Lea Care Home (Nuneaton) on 02476 370 553.

What should I consider before choosing the home?

Choosing a home with consistently high standards of care for an elderly relative or a loved one with a disability is often the right choice and the best choice for them. In our Care Homes around the Midlands, we provide a supportive, enabling environment that encourages independence and individuality. Looking for a care home can be a daunting task, particularly if you feel rushed.When the need arises to place the care of someone you love into the hands of others, or when you think you can’t manage at home any longer, it’s good to know that there are care homes such as St Martins (Coventry), The Leys (Northampton), West View (Glen Parva, Leicester) and Portland House (Kirby Muxloe, Leicester). Our highly trained and experienced care home staff and managers meet families like yours on a daily basis who are looking for care for their loved ones; and understand how difficult these timescan be and that is why they are always there to give you support and advice throughout the process. What should I look for in a care home? You have to start by thinking about what is most important to your loved one and make a list of things to check and questions to ask when visiting one of our homes. Take notes as you go round and feel free to bring an accompaniment as a second opinion is always helpful. When visiting a potential care home, it is important to ask as many questions as possible to gain an accurate picture of day-to-day life at the home. To download out FREE guide, please click here»
St Martins
189 Woodway Lane
Walsgrave
Coventry
CV2 2EH

Tel: 02476 621298
The Leys
63 Booth Rise
Moulton
Northampton
NN3 6HP

Tel: 01604 642030
West View
136 Leicester Road
Glen Parva
Leicester
LE2 9HG

Tel: 0116 277 3896
Portland House
Portland Road
Kirby Muxloe
Leicester
LE9 2EH

Tel: 0116 239 3056
Long Lea
113 The Long Shoot
Nuneaton
Warwickshire
CV11 6JG

Tel: 02476 370 553
  • The Leys
    All too often we hear negative reports about care for the elderly. I would like to say something positive about the care home that my mother in law lived in. Sadly, she passed away in April 2014, but she lived at The Leys, Booth Rise, Northampton, for the last six and a half years of her life. They showed her nothing but compassion, affection and respect. The staff were dedicated, friendly and always treated everyone with respect. People who choose to be carers are really special people. I sincerely thank all the staff at The Leys for the excellent care they gave to my mother in law.

    – Eileen (Daughter-in-law of Service User)

  • West View

    The home is very clean and never smells. The staff are very kind to residents and to myself. The food is very good an lots of encouragement to eat is given by the staff. Health and safety always being attended to. Activities for people with dementia I have only put good because they cant always participate due to the demand so only good. I feel I can always ask staff for support. Mum was in other home this is much better and Abbey the manager is excellent

    – Susan B (Daughter of Service User)

  • West View

    I would like to thank the home for providing Bert with a home he was very happy in. Also for giving Bert your time to visit him in hospital; Bert really appreciated this. Thank you for your kindness you showed me towards the last few weeks of Berts life. It was a great comfort. Thanks again!

    – Pat B (Friend of Service User)