Rosemanor Residential Care Home

Rose Manor Residential Care Homes established in 2005 provides a 24 hour residential care service for people with mental health illnesses. Each home is registered with the Care Quality Commission and can accommodate a number of people depending on each home, please have a look at our home section for individual specifications. All of our homes has been designed to a high standard and are fully furnished. Each home has a lounge, dining room, kitchen, toilet facilities and a staff office. If you would like to visit the home please click here. Please click here for our most recent CQC report.

  

We aim to empower service users to be integrated with the community and help them to be more confident with their independence. The home will provide trained care while still allowing you your freedom of choice. We will offer you a comfortable high standard accommodation until your needs have changed where you may choose to move on. We accept anyone with a history of mental illnesses, whether they are funded by public trusts or privately. Should you require more information on fees and pricing click here.

  

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