Fees Information

We accept self-funders and local authority funded residents able to pay a top-up fee to meet our weekly fee. Where the top-up is payable, the local authority should pay us for the full cost of care, and collect the top-up from you directly. We also accept local authority funded residents. Please contact the Social Service team at your local council directly.
We may be able to accept NHS continuing healthcare funding for people with severe or complex health needs, subject to agreeing our fees with the relevant NHS Clinical Commission Group. NHS teams will undertake regular assessments of your needs to determine whether you qualify for this type of funding.

What’s Included In Our Weekly Fees?

Residents will be charged a weekly fee, which is calculated following an assessment of your needs as set out in your care plan.
Our weekly fee includes:
  • En-suite accommodation
  • Meals (including a choice of menus)
  • 24-hour residential care including nursing and personal care
  • Access to specialist, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy
  • Utilities
  • Our own in-house laundry service
  • Bedding and towels
  • TV license (or exemption from license)
  • Care reviews
  • Events and trips arranged for residents
  • Restaurant open to resident’s guests (on request)
  • Access to the gardens
  • Tea, coffee and soft drinks and cakes and pastries from the reception lounge
  • Magazines are available
  • Liaison with outside agencies, such as medical practitioners and district nurses and pharmacy services
  • Annual testing of resident’s personal electrical equipment
  • Access to free Wi-Fi
  • In-house gymnasium
  • In-house physiotherapy and Chiropody services
  • Our own dedicated minibus

Additional Services

The following services are not covered by the weekly fee. However, Broughton House can arrange for you to receive the following at an additional cost:
  • Dental care services
  • Optical care services
  • Toiletries
  • Hairdressing at our on-site salon
  • Personal newspapers and magazines
  • Monthly telephone and line rental charge in resident’s own room
  • Specialist seating and non-NHS wheelchairs
  • Service and repair of personal equipment and effects, including hearing aids and purchase of batteries
  • Service and repair of privately-owned wheelchairs
  • Private taxi or ambulance fares
  • Escort duties for privately arranged trips/hospital appointments