Person-centred care

Getting to know you and understanding what really matters is where we start.  Everything we do is designed to meet an individual’s needs, putting the person we care for at the heart of what we do.

We are dedicated to providing the best possible care. Whether it is caring for you in your own home, providing 24/7 nursing in one of our specialist care homes or getting you back on your feet with our reablement support after time in hospital. 

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Choosing the right care option

Our care services range from independent living with support to 24/7 nursing care. Our guide helps you to understand the differences and choose the appropriate option for your loved one.

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Types of care we offer

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Care homes

We are passionate about creating vibrant homes in which each individual can thrive whilst receiving the highest quality nursing and dementia care.

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Day centres

Our day centres offer people the chance to spend time with others, whilst giving a full time carer a break

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Extra care

Living independently, with extra care and support on-site

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Dementia care

We are recognised for our expertise in caring for people living with dementia and for supporting their families.

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Home care

The care and support you need to stay in your own home and to help maintain your independence and wellbeing

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Respite

Specialist, short-term respite care for someone with nursing or dementia care needs

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Time for You

Respite service for a full-time carer of an older person living in Bristol

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Reablement

Reablement support for a few weeks, helping you get back on your feet at home after a hospital stay

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Where we offer care

Help and Guidance

We know that finding out about the care services you need can be daunting.

Our guidance notes are designed to help answer your questions and provide you with relevant information.

Will I have to fund my care home place?

This depends on your care needs and individual circumstances. If you know you will be self-funding your place, please contact one of Brunelcare's Care Home Managers directly. If unsure, please contact your local council for a care assessment in the first instance.

What is respite care?

We define this in two ways. You might care for someone 24/7 and need respite or are you simply looking for somewhere that offers specialist, short-term respite care for someone with nursing or dementia care needs. Take a look at our 'Respite care' page for more information.