Compare care homes in Stirling

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Gowanlea

4 New Road, Bannockburn, Stirling, FK7 8LW

Very good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Palliative
11 single rooms • Opened in 1992

SAMH - Whins Of Milton

159 Glasgow Road, Whins of Milton, Stirling, FK7 0LH

Very good - Regulator's rating

Residential
6 single rooms • Opened in 1993

Wallace View

77 Westhaugh Road, Stirling, FK9 5GF

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Palliative
60 single rooms • No en-suite rooms • Opened in 2005
Wallace View cover
9

Westerlands

Clifford Road, Stirling, FK8 2AQ

Adequate - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
Palliative
20 single rooms • Opened in 1987
Westerlands cover
5

Bellfield Centre

Stirling Health and Care Village, Livilands, Stirling, FK8 2AU

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Palliative
68 single rooms • Opened in 2018

Broom Court Care Home

42 Broom Court, St. Ninians, Stirling, FK7 7UN

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
14 single rooms • 17 en-suite rooms • Opened in 1992

Camphill Blair Drummond

Blair Drummond House, Cuthil Brae, Stirling, FK9 4UT

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Dementia
48 single rooms • Opened in 1992

Gaberston House

Allan Lodge, 1 Hillview Drive, Stirling, FK9 4BU

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
14 single rooms • Opened in 1992

Roselea Court Care Home

55 Randolph Road, Stirling, FK8 2AP

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
Palliative
50 single rooms

William Simpsons

Main Street, Old Plean, Stirling, FK7 8BQ

Good - Regulator's rating

Residential
70 single rooms • Opened in 2012

Overview of care homes in Stirling

Care homes in Stirling

15

Homes that offer nursing care

0

Specialise in dementia care

4

Homes rated good or above

12

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Frequently asked questions

  • How many care homes are there in Stirling?

    There are 15 care homes in Stirling offering a range of specialisms. If you’re not sure which type of care home is best for you, you can read our guide on how to choose the right care home.

  • How are care homes in Stirling regulated?

    All care homes in Stirling are regulated by the Care Inspectorate (CI). Of the 15 care homes in Stirling, 12 have been rated good or above.

  • How many care homes in Stirling specialise in dementia care?

    There are 4 care homes in Stirling who offer specialist dementia care for more information on the specific homes, view our dementia care home list.

  • How much do care homes in Stirling cost?

    On average residential care homes in Scotland cost £761 per week, with nursing homes costing on average £845 per week. From the care homes in Stirling who share their prices with us, we can see care home prices starting from £692 per week.

  • What is the difference between nursing homes and residential care homes?

    Residential care homes provide residents with accommodation, meals, and assistance with personal care and medication. However, a nursing care home will also provide medical care from a qualified nurse, including treatment for any illness or injuries.

  • Will I be entitled to local authority funding to help pay for a care home in Stirling?

    In Scotland, if you are aged over 65 you are entitled to free personal and/or nursing care. If your total savings and property assets are below £28,500 then you may also qualify for local council funding. Read our care home funding article for more advice.

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