Information on Choosing and Paying for Residential Care

Broadland View Carer and Resident in the Lounge

It is sometimes difficult to decide what type of care you or your loved one might need.

  • Stay at home and get support from friends and family.
  • Stay at home with a mixture of professional domiciliary care and family support.
  • Enjoy going to a place where you can receive help and support for short periods of time or going to a day care centre – this is called either respite care or day care.
  • Employ professional carers to help you as much as you need – this is called domiciliary or live-in care.
  • Move in to supported accommodation or a good care home where you will have the support and care of qualified staff and the company of others.

If you have a Social Worker they are likely to have drawn up a care plan for you.

Broadland View has developed some handy Help and Fact Sheets to help you make the right decision. Even if you don’t decide to join us at Broadland View Care Home, you can still download, print and use the help and fact sheets below as you make your decision. Some are check lists and others contain details and information about funding and other services.

Useful documents

What care do you need?

Download & print

Care home checklist

Download & print

How do I pay for care?

Download & print
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We would be proud to show you around Broadland View Care Home at a time that suits you.

Please call Sharon (Manager) 01603 432050 or email
for an initial chat and to arrange a viewing.