• Brendoncare


    WinchesterUnited Kingdom

    Brendoncare is a registered charity which provides high standards of care for physically and mentally frail older people through its 10 care centres across the south of England. We provide financial support to those who cannot afford the full cost of that care with our 'Care for Life' promise, offering security and peace of mind to our residents and their families.

  • Contact the Elderly

    Contact the Elderly

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    Imagine living a life where friends and family are just voices on the telephone, if even that. A life trapped at home because you can't get out by yourself. A life with little to mark the passing of each day and nothing to look forward to. Contact the Elderly is a national charity dedicated to tackling acute loneliness among older people.

  • Greensleeves Care

    Greensleeves Care

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    Greensleeves Care provides residential and nursing care for older people. We have 17 homes situated in the Midlands, South and East of England. Our aim is to provide the highest and most appropriate standards of care, in comfortable accommodation at affordable prices, thus enabling service users to enjoy the best possible quality of life.

  • Little Sisters Of The Poor - In The Care Of The Elderly

    Little Sisters Of The Poor - In The Care Of The Elderly

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    The Congregation of the Little Sisters of the Poor is a religious order founded in France in 1839. The Sisters came to England in 1851 and a rapid expansion took place in towns and cities through the Country. Today the English Province comprises Homes in London, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle.

  • MHA


    DerbyUnited Kingdom

    Methodist Homes (MHA) is a charity providing care, accommodation and support services for older people throughout Britain. Our mission is to inspire the best care and wellbeing at every stage of later life.

  • Royal Hospital Chelsea

    Royal Hospital Chelsea

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    Founded in 1692 by Charles II as a home for those “broken by age or war”, today the Royal Hospital cares for some 300 men and women who loyally served in our armed forces.