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PUBLISHED: 17:14 13 May 2010 | UPDATED: 16:58 20 February 2013

Courtesy of Care South

Courtesy of Care South

Everyone's different and arranging care can be a challenge, but Care South works with you and your family to make the process as easy as possible.

Care Options


Everyones different and arranging care can be a challenge, but Care South works with you and your family to make the process as easy as possible. Were a registered charity dedicated to meeting the needs of the community and offer a full range of care services for people of all ages.


We make life easier by giving people options: either to remain in their own homes with the assistance of our home care or close care services, or to live full, rewarding lives within our residential and nursing homes.


Residential Care


At our 16 residential homes throughout Dorset, we dont just assist with everyday activities like washing and making the bed, we also provide a stimulating activity programme, so theres everything you need to continue living a full life. We welcome residents on a permanent basis and also those who would benefit from a short-term stay. Peace of mind is assured as each home has a Manager responsible for the running of the home, and care staff on-site 24 hours a day.


Dementia Care


Some of our residential homes offer care for those living with dementia, provided by specially trained staff. From the carefully designed social activities, to the layout and dcor of our homes, everything is tailored to put our residents at ease.


Nursing Care


Our nursing homes in Somerset and West Sussex offer high quality nursing care based on a sociable approach to life, set within beautiful surroundings.


Beauchamp House near Taunton in Somerset is a Grade II listed building, combining country-house style with a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Sussexdown in West Sussex is equally friendly and well-appointed, and includes Princess Alexandra House, a purpose-built specialist dementia care unit.


Close Care


Close care homes combine the independence of living in your own home with the added security of flexible care when you need it. Beauchamp Gardens is a development of purpose-built mews cottages and apartments to rent or buy, set in the grounds of our Beauchamp House nursing home.


Home Care


Across Dorset, South Somerset, Bath and North East Somerset and Devon, our home care services improve quality of life for people of all ages, helping to maintain independence at home for as long as possible.


The value of training


We believe that delivering quality care rests on friendly, highly trained staff meeting your particular care needs with uncompromising levels of skill and understanding. Rest assured that we provide ongoing expertise that you can trust, as our staff has access to continual professional career development that keeps them up to date with the latest techniques and research.



To find out more about Care South and what we offer in your area please call 01202 712400. Alternatively, you can find out all about us at www.care-south.co.uk

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