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Click on the image above to visit Bushmead Court                  Click on the image above to visit St. Margaret's Residential Home

We offer care and retirement home accommodation for the elderly and are conveniently located in the quiet, tree lined streets adjacent to Bedford town centre. Bedford care homes have built on an excellent reputation for residential care and are able to offer independent homes in two separate locations. Each is run maintaining an individual identity and unique character. Bushmead Court and St. Margaret's Residential Home are simply streets away from each other and provide the highest standards of care and daily living. We pride ourselves on the care and caring we provide. If you are searching for a retirement home for the elderly, disabled, or infirm etc etc....for someone who is disabled or infirm then we can help. All our staff are carefully chosen and trained to the highest standards so that you feel that, however long you stay, this is a 'home from home'.
What is Residential Care?
Residential care is for people who can not continue living in their own home, even with support from home care services. You can stay in residential care for a short time (known as respite care), over a longer period or permanently. You would stay in a comfortable furnished room (perhaps even bringing your own furniture with you) and our staff are available 24 hours a day to help you with your move.
Our residential care homes provide accommodation, meals, and ‘personal care’. Personal care can include such things as assistance in getting up or going to bed, eating, washing, dressing, and using the toilet.
Who is Residential Care for?
There are a wide range of reasons for needing this type of support, for example, if a person has significant physical disabilities, learning disabilities, mental ill health, an alcohol or drug dependency, or is at risk of injury or abuse.
It can help you to continue living safely, whilst giving your family or carer peace of mind knowing you are in a safe and supportive environment.Our homes will provide you with:
  • Day to day support
  • A comfortable and safe environment to live in
  • Activities of real interest and enjoyment
  • Privacy and dignity
  • Support for your physical, spiritual, intellectual, emotional and social needs
If you are having difficulty living in your own home, there are many services that we can offer to help you. If you need advice our manager is on hand and will talk to you about the support you may need. This is called an assessment. Simply email or pick up the phone and we can help you as much as we can.
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