A Helping Hand
Our independent care homes offer specialist care in a warm and welcoming environment for that time of life when individuals are no longer able to live happily and safely on their own. In each of our care homes we highly value personal privacy and dignity, individuals are treated as such, with home cooked meals and activities being tailored according to their own preferences.
Love is the Food of Life
We actively encourage friends and family to visit and be part of our family. The daily activities provided are designed to be mentally and physically stimulating to enhance life skills and feelings of purpose and self-worth. Our mission is to treat everyone as individuals, listen to their feedback and ensure every day is thoroughly enjoyable.
We are successful because of our
commitment to quality care
Selectively recruiting highly skilled, passionate individuals who are friendly, respectful and caringlearn more
All activities are planned around the interests and capabilities of the individuals participating in order to encourage social interaction and enjoymentlearn more
We offer a seasonal menu of fresh food cooked onsite. With our flexible and individual approach we can cater for everyone's needslearn more
Available Care At Capital Care Group
At Capital Care Group we focus on individuals who we care for and support throughout their journey with us. We like to think of ourselves as their extended family and as such we do everything we can to make sure that they cherish and enjoy their time with us. We pride ourselves on the enjoyment, safety and dignity that we provide our service users with.
Specialist care for people with dementia
End of Life Care
Freedom. Flexibility. Affordability.
We actively encourage friends and family to call, visit and support our clients. Guests of clients are welcome to join us for a meal when visiting. We are proud of our facilities and eager for loved ones to see the positive effect on our residents.
available at Capital Care GroupPlease note that not all sevices are available in all homes*
All religions can be catered for with visits from various Ministers.
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Providing individual care, encouraging independence and honouring personal dignity with respect are all key qualities that are at the heart of Capital Care Group
Individuals moving into any of our homes are encouraged to bring pictures and personal belongings. Wherever possible we try to accommodate their own personal chair, too. We believe in getting to know individuals, ensuring that they take part in activities that they want to do and eat the meals that they like and want. This can be felt in the welcoming, warm and homely environment that is evident throughout our facility.
Kindness, Respect and Support
"Michael and June Llewellyn would like to thank everyone for the excellent care given to Michael’s father Howard during the almost two and half years he was with you.Michael and June Llewellyn, 21.05.2015, Haresbrook Park
We could not have asked for any better care, he was always clean and tidy. He was treated with respect and the staff were lovely with him.
The food is first class, we know that ourselves as we had some meals whilst visiting.
Not only was kindness shown to Howard but also ourselves, when we visited tea, coffee and biscuits were always offered straight away. Whenever possible we brought Howard’s great grandson Owen (who is only three years old now) when we visited he also felt comfortable with everyone and often speaks about visiting granddad’s home.
It is also great that you arrange such a lovely 104th Birthday Party for Howard before he passed away. We know he really enjoyed that especially having the Mayor and Royal British Legion Choir attending.
It was quite difficult with us living abroad and only seeing him every couple of months. However, it was a great comfort knowing he was so well cared for.
It is difficult to really express how we feel about your care of Howard, but hope this in some way shows how we feel about you all. M & J"
"Portland AngelsMike & family, Portland House
Although we have said it many times … ‘Thank you’ isn’t really enough for all you do for
looking after Mike….( & us too ). We count you all as extra special, (earth angels).
Bless you ‘Mike’ & family xxx"
"Dear Tracey and JillK&A, 19.04.2015, Hillcrest Manor
Please thank all your staff for the wonderful care you gave my mother in the last few days of her life.
It was a shame she couldn’t have got to know you all better and her new home.
K & A"
"Dear AlmaA, S & Family, Haresbrook Park
Whilst Alison and I hope that we will have the opportunity to see you at Muriel’s funeral on 24 September 2015, we would like to record our appreciation of the way in which she was treated at Haresbrook Park.
After Simon’s first visit, we were confident that Haresbrook Park would provide the sympathetic and professional care that Mue clearly needed. We were, of course, pleased when Doug Andrews subsequently confirmed how pleased he had been with the way his wife had been treated but, even more so, when we saw that Mue had ‘settled’ so quickly.
It is a very great credit to all concerned that Mue received such kind and professional care during the period when she was ill. It was very reassuring for Alison and the family to know that she was as comfortable as possible, was not anxious and was treated with dignity.
Since June, we have gained some insight into the complexities of caring for vulnerable people but still have little understanding of the demands of being responsible for the Haresbrook operation. We are sure, though, that the high standards which prevail reflect your efforts and care a credit to you.
Although we will write to Perli, Dominique and Vanessa, could you please thank your other colleagues who were actively involved in Mue’s care.
A, S & family"
"To Denise & StaffPortland House
We would like say a very big thank you fall the care you gave mum. She couldn’t have been in better hands you were so thoughtful, caring and mindful of her fragile state. Also a big thank you for all the kindness you showed the family, it made it easier knowing she was being cared for so well. Lots of Love"
To Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home STAFFS&M, Hillcrest Manor
Just a line to say thank you for looking after my sister Mrs Dorothy M. I didn’t get to see her as often as I would have liked but I was thinking about her all the time.
She had been my Big sister for 77 years.
Thank you again.
S & M (from Manchester)
"To Everyone who has helped my Dad Arthur over the last four days.H, Haresbrook Park
It has struck me how amazing it is how you can find yourself sometimes so completely reliant upon strangers! Though I haven’t got to know you all yet, I just wanted to let you know how very grateful I am to you for looking after my Dad thus far; at a time when me and my mum Dorothy could no longer properly do so.. You all do a very special job.
"To Denise & Care TeamMilly, Portland House
We would like to say a big thank you to everybody who looked after & cared for Jack our special Dad, and all the support you gave us as a family. Thank you. Milly & all the family xxxx."
"To Jill and StaffR&J W, 3.5.2015, Hillcrest Manor
This is just a short note to say a big thank you to you all for looking after my mother Margaret and ourselves R & J in your kind care and attention and great consideration to all of us was greatly appreciated at that sad time.
We wish you all the best in future.
R & J W"
"To Denise and your wonderful teamJulie, Sean and Josh, Portland House
We want to pass on our heartfelt thanks to each one of you. You all looked after my mum Doris with such loving care and dignity. We could not have coped in the way we did without your amazing support and comfort.
You are all true angels and I know mum could not have had better care anywhere else. She would have loved you all as indeed we do. We shall never forget you.
Many Many Thanks
Julie, Sean and Josh xxxx"
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Capital Care Group provide professional nursing and residential care home facilities in Shropshire and Worcestershire.
Our residential care home facilities provide short and long term care that allow the elderly and frail to live in residential setting rather than in their own home or family home. Residential Care facilities include accommodation, food and care. There are various types of residential care options, depending on the needs of the individual. See below for the different types of care home services that we provide:
Capital Care Group provide respite and holiday care, and short breaks for those who are usually looked after by a family member or a professional home carer. Our nursing and residential care homes provide an ideal retreat for those needing respite care.
Situated in the village of Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire, our Haresbrook Park Care Home offers the highest quality of care for those living with dementia.
The Haresbrook Park Care Home has been adapted to ensure all of the residents feel comfortable and reassured. Including non-reflective glass in pictures, carpets and colour coding, specialist bathrooms and dedicated themed areas, such as memory zones.
Specialist dementia care is also available at our Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home in Minsterley, Shropshire.
Disability Care facilities specialise in care for the physically disabled and elderly frail and terminally ill, and we provide this service at Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home and Portland House Nursing Home in Shropshire.
Palliative/End of Life Care
Palliative care provides specialist care for those suffering from an incurable terminal illness. Our palliative care services aim to control pain, relieve symptoms and providing loving care whilst maintaining the dignity and respect of the resident.
Capital Care Group offer specialist palliative care at our Portland House Nursing Home in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.
For more information on the care services provided at each of our care homes, visit our individual care home pages or use our Contact Us page to find the appropriate contact number.
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