Life can bring so much to savour and celebrate.
Old passions. New friends. Rich culture. Delicious food.
All the best bits are ageless. And you can continue to enjoy them fully, thanks to the people at Barchester.
These are the things that mean the most.
And because they matter to you, they matter to us.
Find your nearest Barchester care home
With over 200 care homes in the UK, there's always a Barchester care home near you.
We understand how important is it to be able to visit your loved ones in the safest way possible and we offer a variety of different visiting options including designated visitors inside our homes, or others outside or in a visiting suite. Our online visitor booking system is an easy and convenient way of choosing a time to visit.Find out more
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Award-winning care for over 25 years
Welcome to Barchester Healthcare, where we specialise in delivering top quality care to the people living in our well staffed, comfortable, secure and happy homes.
About us and our people
At Barchester, people are at the heart of everything we do. From supporting our residents to enjoy meaningful everyday activities, providing comforting, nutritious meals, to maintaining warm and happy environments, our team ensure they get to know every resident individually, to help support them to live life the way they choose.More about us
Latest news and press
Brain scan detects Alzheimer’s with 98% accuracy
A simple brain scan could diagnose those with early-stage Alzheimer’s at a rate of 98 per cent accuracy, a new study suggests. Researchers from Imperial College London have developed an algorithm to work in conjunction with standard MRI technology to produce speedy results.
Nightmares in your 60s could be a sign of Parkinson’s
Experiencing bad dreams in your 60s could be an early warning sign of Parkinson’s, according to a new study from the University of Birmingham in the US.
Social isolation linked to increased dementia risk
Social isolation has been linked to an increased risk of developing dementia in new research published in the journal Neurology. The findings have increased fears that working from home could lead to increased levels of social isolation.