A little about us

Raising standards to improve later-life living

Chosen With Care are passionate about raising standards in the care home sector to make later-life living as fulsome as it should be.

Raising expectations: We work with self-funding individuals and their relatives to help them find their best-fit care home, guiding them through the options to give them confidence to ask for – and expect – the best.

Improving delivery: We also advise motivated care home owners to help them provide the best quality care possible. Our advice is always objective and independent – we don’t take a fee for it – but provide it as part of our drive to support our self-funding clients by improving the industry, permanently.

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Services for individuals

We help you find your perfect care home

We guide you every step of the way, to turn what can be a difficult journey into a wonderful discovery.

care home services for relatives

Services for relatives

We help you find the best solution for your mum or dad – and for you

Our expertise and personal service puts you in control at what can be a challenging time.

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Services for care homes

Raising standards – changing lives

Impartial, independent advice – offered free, as part of our commitment to improving standards across the industry.

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Case study

Mr J was literally a prisoner in his own home: he hadn’t been outside for years, hadn’t showered for 36 months because he had no-one to assist him, and was relying on meals on wheels. Although he had very few visitors, he is a people person; finding somewhere he could make friends and share activities with them was top of his wish list. After extensive research, we found his perfect care home: situated on the beach, his accommodation offered fabulous views. Mr J now enjoys three excellent meals a day with his new-found friends, as well as diverse classes and hobbies and regular outings in the home’s minibus.

My wife Doreen is disabled and has Alzheimer's. If that were not enough, she recently fell and broke her arm! At that moment my life changed, as I was no longer able to continue caring for her. A friend suggested that I talk to Debbie. We arranged a meeting at which she advised that I should have a plan for the future; we first agreed that the plan should be to get Doreen back home. Debbie recommend that I get Doreen out of hospital as soon as possible and into a care home for respite, advising me what to look for when selecting the home (vital). We further went into any requirements our own home might need to enable Doreen's safe return. Once home, Home Care will be needed, and Debbie again had all the contacts to provide this to meet my needs. I will not go into other offerings on her menu - needless to say she has all the answers and was able to lift the burden from my shoulders at a very stressful time. A very big thank you Debbie as our plan is beginning to take shape.