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Choosing Somewhere to Live

Care homes, sheltered housing and supported living

We will work with you to keep you as independent as possible for as long as possible, but there may come a time when you consider moving into a residential home.

Residential homes are able to offer 24 hour support for people who require it, this could be on a long or short term basis. Residential homes are designed to feel like a home from home, and are able to meet a range of needs including those of people with dementia or learning disabilities.

To browse a list of Care Homes available in Nottingham please visit: www.carehome.co.uk or Care and Support Services Directory 2014/15.

Contact

For more information contact the Nottingham Health and Care Point on 0300 1310 300 Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm, or email adult.contactteam@nottinghamcity.gov.uk.

From 1 August 2017 the Nottingham Health and Care Point will be changing their hours to 8am to 6pm 5 days a week.

If your query or concern is urgent and it is outside of these hours please call the Emergency Duty Team on 0115 876 1000.

Nottingham City Council Care Homes

Nottingham City Council operates three residential homes for older people, and one for individuals with learning disabilities.

You can find out what facilities are on offer at different residential homes by clicking on their webpage:

Care Home for people with learning disabilities:

You can find out what facilities are on offer at different residential homes by clicking on their webpage:

Financial assistance towards residential care

The costs of residential homes vary, often depending on the type of facilities provided and the amount and type of care you need. If you require a nursing home to meet your nursing needs you may be entitled to a contribution from the NHS regardless of your income or savings. This would be paid directly to the nursing home.

For more information about financing care please see our section on Money and Legal Matters