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Care Homes

Before you consider a care home

Care homes offer accommodation for people who may not be able to live independently. Some care homes offer care from qualified nurses or specialise in supporting people with specific needs such as people with a learning disability.

Before considering a care home, consider what options may be available to help you to remain living in your own home. These options could include equipment and adaptions, support with obtaining a meal, cleaning, gardening or help with personal care such as washing.

Access our help living at home section to find out more

Extra Care

If you are finding it difficult to live independently in your own home, then you may want to Consider Extra Care. Extra care housing provides an environment where people have their own front door with on site care and support provision.

Find out more about Extra care here (Opens in a new window)

Find a Care home in Hull

For some people, a care home might be the appropriate choice. There are two categories of care home: Residential homes provide accommodation, meals and personal care (such as help with washing and eating). Nursing homes also have registered nurses who can provide care for more complex health needs.

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