SettingNew Standards

Welcome to Arcus Capital LTD

Established in 2013, Arcus is a high-end care home operator with a growing portfolio, our mission statement is to “provide well-appointed Care Homes, which use innovative technology and empowered staff, to deliver personal centred care and activities, to mainly privately funded residents”, the hallmark of our portfolio.

The nursing homes that make up Arcus have been chosen for their fantastic locations and are in areas with high demographic demand to meet future industry requirements. We take great pride in redeveloping existing care homes to their optimum potential, creating inspirational homes where our residents can enjoy a high quality of living, care and daily activities.

Nursing Care

Arcus Care Homes specialise in expert Nursing Care, with highly experienced staff in our nursing homes. We’re incredibly proud of the high standard of nursing carried out by the experienced, compassionate, qualified teams in our homes, and residents and their loved ones benefit from the peace of mind that comes with that. For nursing care that’s second-to-none, look no further.

Residential Care

Arcus homes provide residential care in comfortable surroundings and ideal locations. Those living with Arcus for residential care benefit from our team members’ expertise and assistance whenever they need it and have all sorts on the doorstep too to enable them to maintain a level of independence in daily life.

Respite Care

Respite care can be required for a number of reasons: maybe a friend or family member is caring for a loved one at home and needs a break; maybe somebody is recovering from an illness, injury or procedure and needs respite care before returning home; or maybe someone would like to try out life in a nursing home before becoming a permanent resident. Whatever the reason, our programme provides all the care our full-time residents receive, just for a shorter period.

Happiness & Wellbeing

Loneliness is one of the largest health concerns we’re currently facing in the UK, with over 2.2 million people aged 75 and over living on their own – that’s an increase of 24% over the past 20 years (ONS) – and in Britain today, five million people cite the television as their main source of company.

The negative human responses associated with loneliness are the same in people of all ages, but in the elderly, they are exaggerated. Studies show that perceived loneliness contributes to cognitive decline and risk of dementia.

Research conducted by Age UK back in 2016 revealed that there are 1.2 million chronically lonely older people in the UK, and half a million older people go at least five or six days a week without seeing or speaking to anyone at all.

We need to work together to tackle loneliness. And Arcus Care Homes are here to help.

By living in an Arcus home, there is never a need to be lonely. Friendships and interaction are at the heart of everything we do. That said, we understand that people will always want time to themselves and in Arcus homes, that is very easy to find; with more communal and private space than most other homes, it’s easy to find your new favourite spot to watch the birds in the garden, listen to the test match, or simply catch up on the news. The difference is that when you’d like some company, your social network of friends, carers and entertainers is just around the corner.

At the core of our offering is the happiness and wellbeing of our residents. Our homes are places where nobody ever needs to be lonely, as the friendships they form with our staff and fellow residents are built on understanding, interaction, activities and fun – every day is different to ensure that life is as varied and fulfilling as possible, whether people would enjoy a walk in the fresh air, shopping with friends or enjoying our wonderful gardens.

How we ensure we providethe very best care to our residents.

We constantly assess and challenge ourselves, looking at how we can do things better. The testimonials written by residents living in our homes, along with their friends and family members, go a long way to shaping how we deliver our care.

“Too often we underestimate the power of atouch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, orthe smallest act of caring. All of which havethe potential to turn a life around.”

Phillip, Shamille, Chaz, Em and Jimmy June, 2017