Helping people make the most of their lives
Brunelcare are renowned as a provider of high quality housing, care and support for older people in the South West. For 70 years we have been at the forefront of developing ways for people to stay as independent as possible, creating great communities to live, work and enjoy being in.
Our services meet the needs of people, providing value for money, without compromising on quality: our award winning housing allows people to live independently in friendly and supportive communities; from getting ready for the day to help with the shopping we provide a variety of services that help people to stay living in their own homes; our purpose built care homes provide an attractive and comfortable environment for specialist nursing and dementia care.
We are widely recognised for our expertise and excellence in caring for people living with dementia and supporting their families, and our staff are passionate about what we do and strive to make a positive difference to peoples lives.
Latest News & Press Coverage
Robinson House volunteers helps with community plant project
Volunteer Audrey Spearing was part of the Bristol Community Plant Project that saw one species of plant (in this case the Marigold) be planted at various places around the city which then went on display at the Bristol Zoo Gardens. Click here for more.
How craft and creativity can support people with dementia
The Nursing & Residential Care (NRC) Journal has published an article written by Jane Willis, director at arts consultancy Willis Newson, on how the Napkin Project at Saffron Gardens has not only impacted on those living with a dementia but the wider community too, plus plans to take the project further afield. Click here for more.
Open Day at Saffron Garden Flats - March 1st 2014
An Open Day is being held for the Saffron Garden Flats to show prospective renters and purchasers what is on offer. The one- and two-bed flats were designed to support those living with a dementia, either for the individual or their partner if they are in the care home so that they can remain close by. Click here for more.
Helen Joy discusses dementia on BBC Radio Bristol
Want to hear more on how to care for a loved one with dementia, what to look for in a care home and what sets Brunelcare's staff apart? Click here for more.