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“The Council sent me an enormous list of agencies, I spent hours contacting care providers. I completed Care Sourcer’s form in minutes and had a match within 24 hours.”

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8 advantages of residential care homes for older people

If you are considering a move to a residential care home, either for yourself or on behalf of someone else, this can sometimes seem daunting. While moving to a care home does involve upheaval and a period of adjustment for everyone involved, there are many advantages of living in a residential care home.

Live in care

Live-in care is when a fully trained carer lives in the home of the person needing care, allowing them to remain in their own home, maintain independence, and get the dedicated care support required.

Care Quality Commission (CQC) and what it does in care homes

A care home’s CQC rating can tell you whether its service is deemed to be outstanding, good, requires improvement or is inadequate. This guide explains more about the role of the CQC, how they inspect and rate care homes, and how these ratings can help you to compare services and make choices about care.

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