Care Homes in Bristol & North Somerset

Our care in Bristol and North Somerset

St Monica Trust Care Homes In Bristol

Types of care we offer

Care and compassion are at the heart of everything we do. It’s been that way for over 100 years and is the reason why we’re well-known and respected for the quality of our care in Bristol and North Somerset.

Our welcoming care homes are set within the beautiful surroundings of our retirement villages. There are village care teams for those who live independently in our accommodation too. Whatever your needs, we’re here for you.

We are open for admissions and tours. Please call our admissions team for more information on 0117 919 4263.

Dementia care

Our specially designed dementia care homes and services are inspired by the contribution that people living with all types of dementia continue to make. Our approach is based on the quality of the relationships that we build and the way that the environment is designed to support interactions, which give meaning and purpose to every day.

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Nursing care

The St Monica Trust’s nursing care homes provide care and companionship for residents in beautifully designed environments. Our aim is to make sure you get the best out of every day and enjoy a friendly atmosphere where you can feel truly at home.

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Respite care

We offer short-term care with comfortable en-suite rooms, well-equipped for all your needs, and access to support from our experienced therapy team. Rooms can be booked in advance like in a hotel, so you get to choose when you’d like to check in and check out.

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Residential care

The new residential care wing at Charterhouse in Keynsham offers the assistance and security that comes from living in a care home to those who don’t need nursing care. Our friendly team are primed to provide personal and practical support to make it easy for you to continue enjoying your life the way you want.

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End of life care

We’re nationally recognised for our award-winning palliative and end of life care, which sensitively encompasses all aspects of your physical, spiritual and emotional well-being. Working with you and your loved ones, we’re here to provide relief and support for as long as you need us.

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Home Care

Our home care service provides care and support for the residents of The Chocolate Quarter retirement village only.

Home care for residents of our other villages is provided by each village's care and support service.

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Village care

As time moves on, you can enjoy some extra help from someone you trust. Whether it's help preparing a meal, companionship or you have more complex requirements, our friendly village care teams are ready to lend a hand. This specialist service is available for residents living in our retirement villages.

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Pastoral care

The spiritual and religious needs of our residents are important to us, regardless of faith or religious affiliation. Our pastoral care team enrich our communities by ensuring that they are places where people feel they belong and can make a positive contribution. The pastoral care team are ready to provide comfort and support when times are challenging as well as celebrate life through festivals and special occasions.

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Our therapy team

The therapy team at St Monica Trust play a key role in enhancing the quality of life for residents across all our care homes.

This service is available free to all our care home residents. Unlike other care providers, there are no additional charges for physiotherapy and occupational therapy at St Monica Trust.

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Contact us - care homes

Contact St Monica Trust care home admissions team for care home admissions enquiries and our care homes for general enquiries.

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Guide to the St Monica Trust's care homes

Welcome to our guide to the St Monica Trust's care homes. Whether you are considering a care home for yourself or a loved one, we aim to provide you with a useful guide, information and advice.

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What to look for in a care home?

Choosing a care home for yourself or a loved one is a significant decision that requires careful consideration. With numerous options available, it's essential to know what factors to prioritise when evaluating potential care homes.

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Moving into a care home

Moving into a care home is a significant life transition that can bring about a range of emotions and considerations. We will explore the various aspects of moving into a care home, including the reasons for such a decision, the benefits and challenges associated with it and some practical tips to make the process smoother.

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Benefits of living in a care home

Living in a care home can offer numerous benefits for older people seeking a supportive and comfortable living environment. Here we will explore the advantages of living in a care home, highlighting the various ways it can enhance the quality of life for residents.

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