We’re here for you!
Broughton House has provided Residential, Nursing, Dementia and Respite care to the ex-service community and their families in the North West for over one hundred years!
Broughton House is a home from home to the entire family of people who have served in the British Armed Forces or Merchant Navy. This includes members of the Reserve Forces, those conscripted for National Service and, as importantly, for any family member or spouse of anyone who has ever served.
This exclusivity, that comes from living with other ex-service men and women, provides an unrivalled camaraderie that you simply won’t get anywhere else. As those who have served will know, this outstanding camaraderie is one of the best features of military life.
We offer a diverse activities programme aimed at maximising quality of life and ensuring that our residents continue to enjoy every day to its fullest. Our wellbeing team encourage all residents to get involved in each activity so that nobody feels excluded and they are always given a choice whether or not to participate.
Residents are consulted on what activities they would like to see introduced at regular intervals to keep activities fresh & exciting and a new activities calendar is released every month.
Broughton House aims to provide the highest quality of care for residents and strives to keep fees at an affordable level. They are benchmarked within the local area and local veteran community. Our weekly fee rates are set according to the type of care required and start from:
Nursing Care: £1360 including FNC per week*
Dementia Care: £1250 per week
Enhanced Residential Care: £1200 per week
Residential Care: £1150 per week
Respite Care: £ as above plus £100 per week**
*Should you be eligible for FNC, this will be deducted from this fee.
**This is a clinical admin fee in order to fully prepare the relevant assessments and care plan within a short space of time. The minimum respite period is 2 weeks.
Taken together, these fees do not cover the full cost to the Charity of providing our professional care. The Charity provides a significant subsidy for all residents.
Director of Care
Call: 0161 740 2737