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  • Kirsty Kerr

No Need to Worry!

Updated: Mar 6, 2023

Numerous care homes in the United Kingdom have faced criticism in recent years for neglecting their residents and families. The Guardian reports that social care in England is in a dire state, with many homes struggling with vacancies and limited funding. However, Bromson Hill Care Home stands out as a beacon of quality care. We prioritize the comfort and well-being of all our residents, and take extra precautions during the colder winter months to ensure their safety and satisfaction.

In addition to our excellent service, Bromson Hill is set to benefit from increased funding from the government. The rate paid for care homes will be increased by 11.5% in 2023, and an additional £87 million will be distributed to homes that operated during the pandemic. Deborah Sturdy, the Chief Nurse for Adult Social Care, emphasizes the importance of this funding in supporting the role of care homes in planning and providing care. Having already done this, we will continue to further surpass all our residents’ expectations. In addition to an increase in funding from the government, inflation is also expected to raise the living wage from £9.50 to £10.42 per hour. Residents and families should rest easy in knowing that Bromson Hill Care Home provides its employees with a good wage, resulting in happy employees and therefore happy service to our residents.

With over 25 years of experience, Bromson Hill, nursing home in Warwickshire has established a reputation for providing a safe, caring environment for our residents. Our high ratings on various platforms speak to the positive experiences of those who have chosen Bromson Hill as their home. If you would like to visit Bromson Hill Care Home, please visit our website or call us at 01926 65 11 66 to arrange a tour.

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