We have 23 bedrooms designated for adults requiring nursing care (including dementia care) all having en-suite facilities. Care is provided based on an individually tailored support package which recognises the person as an individual with unique needs and choices.
Support is offered to people with complex continuing health conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Huntingdon’s, Motor Neurone disease, Stroke, etc... or injury such as spinal injury or acquired brain injury. Applegarth also delivers services to individuals with wide ranging learning disability needs and offers care to those with a learning disability which may or may not be associated with physical disability.
We have developed a designated 10 bed roomed unit where we care for patients with neurological injuries or conditions.
We offer: rehabilitation, crisis day, short or continuing care to patients with Acquired Brain Injury Neurological Conditions or Spinal Injury, High Dependency Care Needs, Minimally Aware State, Continuing Care Needs, Behaviour problems Including: Tracheotomy Care and Care of Ventilated Patients.
We also offer Short Breaks, Day Care and Residential Care. Please get in touch for more information.
Who to contact
Where to go
- Applegarth Healthcare
- CA2 7LT
- Age Ranges
- 18 Years Old +
- Referral Details
Our fees range from £550 to over £4000 weekly depending on the needs of the individual and the service they require. This includes general nursing, physically frail, dementia, complex care, neurological care, challenging behaviour or learning disabilities.
Prior to admission each person is given opportunity to discuss their needs, preferences and wishes in relation to the support and service they require. Other professionals involved in the individuals care may also be consulted prior to admission to ascertain any information relevant to care needs.
The information discussed enables us to establish if we can provide the service the individual requires from us and to calculate the appropriate fee.
Patients are welcome regardless of whom funds the care – private or publicly funding.