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Wellbeing Care Community

Three homes, two regions, one community

Three homes, two regions, one community

Our Mission

To enable residents to enjoy an independent, dignified lifestyle in a warm, comfortable and homely atmosphere.

Our Aim

We aim to provide:

  • The highest possible standard of care for each resident at all times.
  • A standard of residential nursing care that is second to none in Northamptonshire.
  • A relaxed, happy atmosphere, welcoming to all who enter our homes.
  • Dignified, respectful care with full support from all.

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Living in a Wellbeing Care home

When you move into the Dell, St. George’s or the Cottage, it should feel like home – that’s why we do everything we can to help you settle in. One of the ways we do this is by pairing every resident with a key worker who will be there for anything you need.

At Wellbeing Care, we hold a wide variety of activities and events, so long and short-term residents, along with those utilising supported living services, can take part in as much or as little as they would like to. Get in touch today to find out more about how Wellbeing Care in Irchester, Beccles and Oulton Broad can help you and your family.

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The people behind Wellbeing Care

Wellbeing Care wouldn’t be what it is without the fantastic team members who provide care to every resident and those who utilise day care and supported living services. All staff take a holistic and person-centred approach to care, and are committed to preserving individual rights, dignity and privacy, self-empowerment and individuality, whilst providing care and support to residents.

Staff are chosen not only for their experience but their attitude and outlook, which is why our teams at the Dell, St. George’s and the Cottage are truly caring and compassionate, professional, skilled and approachable. All staff are provided with relevant training and either have or are working towards the necessary qualifications.

“I cannot speak highly enough of this home and its staff.”

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Daughter of Resident - The Dell