Care Homes provide a residential setting for people that require 24-hour care. Most Care Homes provide services for older people, but some offer adult specialist care services to working age adults or children.
There are two main categories of care homes for older people – those providing only personal care and those also providing nursing care. In addition, some care homes provide specialist services such as for dementia.
Care homes for working age adults and children are mainly focussed on learning disabilities and mental health.
Care Homes are often run by groups. In these instances we provide the group name and details and record a link from each home to its parent organisation, but we list each home individually.
£1,750.00 for 1 year and a £30.00 sign-up fee
The dataset is a comma separated spreadsheet (.csv) and supplied in a zip file. Data is updated on a weekly basis. Up-to-date downloads are accessible in the Downloads section of your Client Dashboard on this site.
CARE HOMES DATABASE
Counts and coverage is shown by the key selection areas of the database.
CARE HOMES ORGANISATION TYPES BREAKDOWN
CARE HOMES CATEGORIES AND FUNCTIONS BREAKDOWN
The most senior Executive Contact
Senior Director who reports directly to the Chief Officer
Strategic role concerned with service delivery from a logistical perspective. Often involves co-ordinating partnerships with other organisations.
Monitoring the services provided by the organisation/department against predefined standards.
Promoting the image and services provided by the organisation
Overall responsibility for financial services in the organisation
The owner of a Care Home
In charge of in-house IT for the whole organisation and management of contracts with outsourced/contracted IT. Responsible for corporate policies and related purchasing.
Overall and day-to-day management of all kinds of property owned by the organisation. Depending on the organisation type can include offices, depots, hospitals, classrooms, public buildings, smallholdings and farms, etc.
Human resource and personnel management for the organisation as a whole. Day-to-day management may be delegated to departments in larger organisations
Management of some or all of an organisations purchasing processes; including lists of approved suppliers; bulk purchases; organisation wide standards and annual contracts.