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Residential (Care) Homes for Older People
There are 2 residential homes for older people:
These homes are flexible in catering for the special needs of older people and the different levels of care they require. Trained staff and a wide range of social activities provide personal care and services are available (including visits from doctors, dentists and hairdressers).
This service is now provided by Bon Accord Care. Please visit Bon Accord Care or contact:
Bon Accord Care
Archibald Simpson House
27-29 King Street
Phone: 01224 218300
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a care home?
- I'm thinking about moving into a residential or nursing home, how can Social Services help me?
- What sort of care homes can I live in?
- Where can I get a list of homes for older people?
- What will I have to pay to stay in a care home?
- Will my husband or wife have to pay anything if I am living in a care home?
- Will other members of my family have to contribute to the cost of me staying at a care home?
- What's included in the price of staying at a Council-run care home?
- Will I get to keep my own G.P. or dentist if I move into a Council-run care home?
- What happens with my medication if I move into Council-run care home?
- What happens if I choose accommodation at a more expensive care home than the Council is willing to pay?
- What are the visiting times at the Council's care homes?
- Do I receive any money when I am living in residential care?
- Can I keep a pet at a Council-run care home?
- Can I go out with my family and friends if I move into a Council-run care home?