Making the right decision
Moving into a care facility is a big decision and it is very important to have as much information as possible to help with this. Andrea Bacova, our Manager, is available to discuss the various options available within Glais House and to assist prospective residents to decide whether it might be the right place for them. In the first instance, this usually involves a visit to the home to see the care suites and the nursing home at first hand.
Following this, Andrea would be pleased to visit the prospective resident in their home or in hospital and then to produce a written proposal as to how the resident’s needs could be met in Glais House. This is without obligation and provides the resident with the fullest possible range of information on which to make a decision.
If the client decides to move into the nursing home or a care suite, then Andrea will co-ordinate all the arrangements to enable a stress-free move into their new home.
Fees at Glais House
Fees are determined by the level of care needs. As a rough guide our prices are:
- Single- £600 – £700 per week
- Double- £575 per week
- Single- £750 – £850 per week
- Double- £725 per week
These charges have been set so that they can be partially or fully covered by government funding for residents with assessed care needs who do not have the financial resources to pay themselves. We can provide contact details of advocacy services that can provide independent advice.
Please note that if a Couple or two Friends/Siblings opt to share a room, they will receive a significant discount to the cost of care. Please Contact Us for details.
Visitors are always welcome at our care home
Please Contact Us now for a visit.
We are always seeking ways to improve our service at Glais House and regularly interview Relatives & Friends to see how we are doing and what we could be doing better. Here is a copy of the Survey that we use:
Nursing/Residential Home Selection Tool
When choosing a care home you are not only choosing a new home for yourself or your loved one but you are also making a choice about the people who will be providing your care. We understand that it is a very important decision and have therefore provided the following guide to assist you in making a fully informed choice.