Our fees are dependent on the type of room offered and the type of care package required – we never charge residents for care they don’t need. We also accept local authority funding to make our care available to as many people as possible.
Just as important as financial considerations are practical considerations, and by that we mean whether or not your relative will be comfortable at a care home. It’s worth visiting multiple care homes to make sure potential residents will be happy following a move.
Those interested in staying at St Peter’s Home should initially contact us. We’ll carry out a needs assessment to make sure we offer the level of care necessary.
“All the family members are extremely grateful for all that was done for mother during the 17 months she spent with you. She was obviously content in her surroundings as she never once said that she didn't like where she was she never complained about anything.”
“She was well looked after and we were always made welcome when we came to visit. All the staff were very caring and friendly and we are very glad that we chose that mother came to you when she came out of hospital.”
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Following a needs assessment, we encourage potential residents to spend a day at our home and where applicable chat to our staff and residents. A cooked lunch is provided (to make sure our food is up to scratch!) and prospective residents get a feel for what life’s like at St Peter’s.
A trial period is always given before any permanent residency is arranged so our residents can be fully sure our care home is right for them. For more information on what to consider when choosing a nursing home, feel free to get in touch with one of our staff members.