A well established and trusted care home provider
With more than 50 years of experience, we are an established and trusted not-for-profit care home provider.
We have more than 100 care homes throughout England offering everything from supportive residential care to specialist dementia care enabling the older people who live with us to get the best out of life.
A friendly and safe welcome to our care homes
We understand that you will have many questions about finding your loved one a care home during this time, these pages aim to give you some clarity. Find out about the measures our care homes have in place to keep residents and staff safe.Find out more
Our commitment to you
Whilst the way we do things has changed slightly due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our quality care and the wellbeing of residents remains our priority.Find out about our commitment to you
Always here to help
We know that finding the right care home for either yourself or a loved one is about much more than just the care itself; it’s about relationships, it’s about peace of mind, it’s about good food and good friends; above all it’s about feeling as though you are at home.
We understand the value of maintaining your independence and that privacy and choice are important. Our care homes are committed to providing person-centred care to meet individual needs and strive to ensure we always provide the right type of care, for the right person, in the right location. For more information about our approach to care and details about the different types of care available in our homes, visit the Our care pages.
What could my new home be like?
Each Anchor care home is fully furnished and decorated to a high standard. You can expect comfortable, self-contained bedrooms, and an array of sociable spaces including large bright lounges, cosy quiet areas and pleasant accessible gardens.Find out more
Care home fees
Care home fees can vary substantially from provider to provider and from location to location. With more than 50 years’ experience in providing quality care homes and retirement housing, we have put together some information on care home fees to help you better understand current eligibility for funding assistance.Find out more
Catering and making the most of mealtimes
Mealtimes are an important part of daily life in Anchor care homes. We pride ourselves on the quality of our catering and the range of choice available to residents daily.Find out more
Approach to wellness and activity
We focus on providing the older people that choose to live with us with an active lifestyle from the outset. By getting to know residents well and working with them, we are able to organise an abundance of wellness activity which matches individual and group interests.Find out more
iPad technology in our care homes
The introduction of Apple iPads into our care homes has enabled staff to connect with residents in a variety of new ways and enhances our programmes of personally tailored activities for everyone in the home, including residents living with dementia.Find out more
Martin talks about the positive impact finding Moore Place has had on his whole family
You can rest assured that carers in all Anchor care homes undergo intensive training and are required to complete QCF qualifications. Our dedicated care teams are passionate about what they do and we specially select staff for their personal qualities, such as being instinctively warm with a natural desire to help others. For more information about our approach to care and details about the different types of care available in our homes, visit the Our care pages here.
Carers at Moore Place talk about the best parts of their job
Choosing a care home
When you begin looking for a care home you will have lots of questions. We understand it can be difficult to know where to start. Our care homes are managed by experienced staff, happy to offer you help and advice on the type of care you or your loved one may need and also on the funding options that may be available to you, so do get in touch.