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6 dementia care homes in Kensington and Chelsea

Ellesmere House

9 Nightingale Place, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NG

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
70 beds • Opened in 2007

London

5

St Teresa's Care Home

40-46 Roland Gardens, London, SW7 3PW

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
26 beds • Opened in 1951

London

7

Alan Morkill House

88 St Marks Road, London, W10 6BY

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
49 beds • Opened in 1992

London

10

Princess Louise Kensington Nursing Home

Pangbourne Avenue, London, W10 6DH

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
46 beds • 39 en-suite rooms • Opened in 2009

London

1

The Kensington Care Home

40-46 Ladbroke Road, London, W11 3PH

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
53 beds • 50 en-suite rooms • Opened in 1987

London

10

Chelsea Court Place

234A Kings Road, London, SW3 5UA

Outstanding - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Nursing
15 beds • Opened in 2016

London

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How many dementia care homes are there in Kensington and Chelsea?

There are 6 care homes in Kensington and Chelsea offering specialist dementia care.

How are dementia care homes in Kensington and Chelsea regulated?

All dementia care homes in Kensington and Chelsea are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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In England, dementia care homes are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) which rates services as Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement, or Inadequate.

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Average care home costs in London

Average costs based on LaingBuisson Care of Older People UK report 2019

  • Residential care homes

    £744 per week

  • Nursing care homes

    £902 per week

Funding for care in England

If your total savings and property assets are below £23,250, then you may be able to access local authority funding towards accommodation costs, personal care and nursing care.

To qualify, you must first arrange a care needs assessment.