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A warm welcome from the Hill Care team

About Us

We specialise in providing residential, nursing and dementia care, personalised for you and your family.  Our experienced professional healthcare teams and safe, comfortable accommodation provide residents with bespoke healthcare support.  Including the privacy, dignity and the opportunity to make their own choices and maintain as much independence as possible.  Planned daily routines as well as stimulating activities and events, create a positive experience for the whole family.

Why Choose Hill Care?

Our priority is to help you and your family manage the transition and change around choosing a care home. We realise this emotionally difficult time needs support from experienced staff. We will do everything possible to support your needs and involve you throughout the process. Whether your loved one requires residential, nursing or dementia care you can rest assured that we will tailor the correct care to meet all of their needs.

We specialise in offering complete care and cater to the every need of our residents. Quality of life for those who reside in our care homes is key to us and we ensure that all people, regardless of whether they need residential, nursing or dementia care discover new things and enjoy new experiences.

At Hill Care we understand that no two people are the same which is why we offer a unique approach to care. We also recognise that we are often the first experience of residential, nursing or dementia care that a family has.  We pride ourselves on maintaining every individual’s privacy, dignity and ability to manage their own lives.

We take into account valuable feedback from our residents and encourage family members to speak to us about their loved ones likes, hobbies and interests.  We continually strive to improve the service that we offer in all of our homes and will be by your side as you undertake the journey of finding the care service that most effectively meets your loved ones needs.

Activities in our Care Homes

Being active and learning new things is something everyone enjoys.  We recognise that activities can help a person feel connected to normal life and helps to maximise choice and control.  They provide an opportunity for fun and playfulness and encourage independence, social inclusion, communication and expression of feelings.  Our activities programmes are designed around the hobbies and interests of all residents whether they live in a residential, nursing or dementia care home.  In addition our activities co-ordinators work with members of the community and organisations such as the National Citizen Service to bring them into our homes to engage with residents, as well as to encourage our residents to become involved in their local communities.

Contact us today to discuss your loved ones residential, nursing or dementia care needs.

What should I do next?

Click below to complete an enquiry form.

Enquiry Form

Email: enquiries@hillcare.net
Call: 01246 558 734

Testimonials

I want to say a huge thank you for the 4 ½ years of care you gave to Betty.  You looked after us too, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart that you made Betty’s passing easier for us to bear.  We meet angels every day, we were so fortunate that you were ours.

Judith Booth (friend of the family) - Waverley Lodge

Just a gentle not to say thanks to you and your team for all the help and support that you have given as settling mum into the Laurels.., Your help and support has really helped us through and allowed mum to settle in really well. Many thanks.

David, Margaret and Family - (Family of Resident)

Thank you all so much for everything that tour have done for mam and all our family.

Julie, John, Steven and Brian - (Family of Resident)

“[We] want to thank you all so much for the care you gave Dad in the short time he was with you. He loved being in Ingleby Care Home and said you all spoiled him so much. We know that you all took great care of him and he was treated with great respect and kindness.”

John and Joan Robinson - (Family of Resident)

To all The Gables staff, you dispensed comfort, compassion and care to mum, without a prescription in sight.  We can’t thank you enough. With love from Stephanie and Meg.

Stephanie and Meg - (Family of Resident)

To all The Gables staff, you dispensed comfort, compassion and care to mum, without a prescription in sight. We can’t thank you enough.

With love from Stephanie and Meg.

Stephanie and Meg - (Childrens of the Resident)

To all the superstar staff, just a short note to let you all know how much appreciated and valued you all are. I have always found you professional, compassionate and genuinely caring. I would also want you to know if I had any concerns I would speak to you privately face to face. Keep the faith you all do an incredible job and you give a huge support to your clients and their families.

(Terry's Family) -

To Rachel and the A Team, Thank you all for the care and attention (& laughs) you have given me during my stay here. I will never forget you and look forward to seeing you all on the 24th. Also for the delicious meals cooked by the wonderful chef’s, a big thank you. Enclosed £50 towards your drinks food. Lots of love Pete. A huge thank you from me, also you are a lovely team and I will be coming and seeing you. Keep up the good work. Love. Val

Pete & Val - (Residents)

To all at Aden House, Just a quick note to thank you all for caring for Michael Jo well while he was with you. I was always made to feel welcome when I came to unit, even though I did nag about things. As far as I could tell he was as happy as he could be. For that I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Sue Thornhill -

To everyone at Aaron Crest, Thank you so much for all the amazing love and care given to my mum and dad over the last two years.

Tony Morgan -

Dear Helen & all the team, I would like to extend my thanks to you all for the great care, love and attention you all showed to my mum. You all truly went above and beyond the call of duty, in everything you did for her. She got more love from you all than she did from most of her family and I will be forever grateful for this.

Sally Bainbridge - (Family Member of Resident)

I visited Queens Meadow 30/08/18 and completed three reviews. I was so very impressed when I walked in and saw one of the residents helping to put the laundry away – he then went on to help with the tea trolley and this is all part of his care plan to prevent him from being agitated as he gets like that when he is bored. The staff I spoke to were very thorough and organised too and knew their residents very well indeed.

It was nice to see non pharmacological interventions being utilized without guidance from us. It’s the same care home where I saw the activities coordinator with a group of residents using the Virtual Reality stuff and the residents were loving it!

Julia Taylor - CPN ICLS team

To the staff, thank you for looking after me. With love and best wishes.

Gladys Matthews - Bannatyne Resident

To all staff @ Pelton Grange Care Home. I just wanted to say a big “thank  you” to you all for your efforts in these past 3-4 years for looking after mum Joanne Greener. Being so far away, it has been great to know her needs and requirements and above all her safety & well being has been in the hands of such dedicated professionals. I cannot thank you enough of behalf of myself & all the family for your care and attention. My mum was always a beautiful & caring individual and in recent years with her dementia worsening we have seen a different person. She was so social. Thank you again for everything.

Ian Greener (son of resident) - Melbourne Australia

Dear Carers, Staff and Friends. Thank you for looking after my Mom. She was very happy in her home with you caring for her. She was reluctant to move, so I was chuffed once many of you got to know her. It’s an understatement to say she liked a chinwag but I think it made all the difference to her. I know I’ve spoken to a lot of you personally but just wanted those I haven’t spoken to, to know. It means a lot. I feel like I know some of you for more than I should but she took a real interest in you all. She was very at home with you. Thank you to those that could attend the funeral, I’m sorry you were not allowed to attend for food and a drink afterwards. I’m glad she made so many friends in her time with you but that is just testament to how “at home” she felt. In your gratitude.

Mark (Son of resident) -

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