Bupa offers a very wide range of residential care to suit different levels of need.
Bupa’s residential care includes rest homes and long stay hospitals, as well as dementia and psychogeriatric care. The type of care a person receives is dependent on their Needs Assessment.
Bupa’s Rest home level care offers our residents the very best in clinical care, in a warm, caring and welcoming community. We take care to enable as much independence and privacy as possible.
Our residents generally have private rooms, with modern décor. We encourage our residents to bring pictures, ornaments and small pieces of furniture from their home, to personalise their room, and make it as much their “home” as possible.
We have dedicated activities staff who provide a wide range of daily activities and entertainment, making sure that all tastes and preferences are catered for.
In our hospitals, we care for older people who need nursing because of illness and disability. Our focus is the best of clinical care, emotional and social support, in a caring environment that respects the individual needs and preferences of each resident.
Dementia care is provided within some of our Care Homes, usually as a dedicated unit or wing. This allows us to provide a safe environment adapted to the needs of residents with dementia, while encouraging as much independence and mental and physical stimulation as possible. Each home has staff with specialist training in dementia care to ensure our residents receive individual expert care and support, while respecting personal tastes
This is generally provided in a rest home, to give the carer a break from their care giving role at home.
Day care allows those who require support to enjoy interesting and varied activities, as well as companionship and friendship. Day care also provides a nice change of scene for older people, and it allows families and carers to have some time to themselves.