Requirements of Admission
To confirm your admission, we will ask you to provide details of your plans to fund your residency. If you are unable to confirm funding availability, we may not be able to proceed with your admission, unless someone is able to act as your guarantor.
We request a direct debit mandate to be set in place at the commencement of your residency. You will also be required to pay:
Four weeks' advance payment. Subsequent payments are due monthly in advance.
Two weeks' deposit which will be held by us for the duration of your residence. Your deposit will be safeguarded and will normally be refunded within 28 days of the end of your residency, subject to our right to deduct from it non-payment of fees or damage to property.
We accept self-funders and local authority-funded residents. Where a top-up fee is payable, the local authority should pay us for the full cost of care and collect the top-up from you directly.
We may be able to accept NHS continuing healthcare funding for people with severe or complex health needs, subject to agreeing our fees with the relevant NHS Clinical Commission Group. NHS teams will undertake regular assessments of your needs to determine whether you qualify for this type of funding.
Trial period: Your first 28 days are considered a trial period, during which either you or we can end the contract after 7 days of serving written notice on the other. We will only end the contract during the trial period if we are unable to meet your needs.