Care homes, sheltered and supported accommodation
Staying independent is the best way to stay healthy whether you have care needs, a disability or need support into older age.
Most people prefer to stay in their own home and with adaptations and extra help, this is often possible.
If you have already explored options to stay at home, or if someone you love needs specialised care, then moving home may be the right decision.
Our directory of local services My Life Warrington provides a range of information about accommodation for people with care and support needs. Some of the types of services that are included in the directory are:
- Sheltered / retirement housing
- Housing with care (extra care)
- Retirement villages
- Supported housing (often for working age adults)
- Residential homes
- Nursing homes
- Homes for people with mental ill health / dementia
Need extra help?
While most people arrange and pay for their own care, we are here to help if you need us.
The council may be able to help with funding the cost of care if your assets do not exceed £23,250.
If you believe you may qualify for financial support, please contact our Adult Social Care First Response Team on 01925 443322 or send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will reply to all emails within 48 hours.
We can also help you to find out more about the accommodation available across the borough.
More useful information:
Housing Choices (Age UK)
Information about what to consider when looking at sheltered housing
Care Homes (Age UK)
Information and advice about care home options and funding arrangements
Care Home Checklist (Age UK)
Handy checklist to use when choosing a care home
Supported Housing (Learning Disability England)
General information about shared supported housing for people with a learning disability
Supported Housing (Rethink Mental Illness)
General information about supported housing for people affected by mental ill health