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Victoria House
is registered, and therefore licensed to provide
services, by the
Care Quality Commission
(Provider ID:1-101641817). For more information, visit www.cqc.org.uk
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Victoria House

Low Grange Crescent
Belle Isle, Leeds,
Yorkshire, LS10 3EB

T: 0113 270 8529
F: 0113 276 5090
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Respite Care, Leeds, Wakefield

Types of Care Available

Trusted Respite Care, Residential Care, Transitional Care, Dementia Care in Leeds

Residential Care

Residential Care is suitable for those who are finding it difficult to cope at home by themselves or for those who are cared for at home but may require more help than their carer is able to provide. Residential care provides residents with accommodation, meals and personal care.

Personal care includes help with everyday routines such as bathing and dressing. Residential care homes do not normally provide nursing care but there are carers available to residents 24 hours a day. Residential care also facilitates the social aspects of life for the elderly in the homes as they are able to enjoy the company of others and take part in activities and social events organised by the home. If you would like further information or you would like to visit our home in Leeds, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Transitional Care

Transitional Care is a bridge between two phases of care. Perhaps you have been in hospital as a result of a fall or illness and require some support before going home. In this instance you may decide to spend two weeks in a residential care environment to build confidence and increase strength before returning home. Victoria House currently offers Transitional Care for both local authority and private clients. If you would like further information or you would like to visit our home, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Dementia Care / EMI (Elderly Mental Infirm)

Dementia and dementia-related conditions such as Alzheimer's disease and other conditions with confusion, is an increasing problem for older people and causes additional pressure for families and carers. People suffering from dementia are cared for through close assessment of their needs and with guidance from mental health teams. The care provided in these circumstances is focused on improving the quality of life of the people affected.

Respite Care

Respite Care is short-term care that can be used to give carers a break or at times when carers are unavailable. This is of particular benefit when families or carers need a well-deserved break. A dedicated team provides care during the break period. If you would like further information or you would like to visit our home, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Care Home with Nursing

Care homes with nursing provide residents with accommodation, meals, personal care as well as the provision of qualified nursing care, with qualified nurses available at all times. Nursing homes are also able to offer specialist care such as dementia care and EMI.

Dual Registered Homes

Dual registered homes are able to provide both residential care and nursing care to residents. This service may be of particular interest if you feel that the resident’s needs, and therefore level of care, may change over time.