Housing with care
Extra Care Housing is defined as a sheltered scheme, housing with support from a scheme manager, but with the addition of a 24 hour on-site care team and other communal facilities such as a restaurant service.
In order to apply for Extra Care Housing, tenants must have both a housing need and a need for personal care services. This means that applications for extra care are managed by a joint panel comprising the landlord, social services representatives and the representatives from the council's housing department.
All applications are managed by the Extra Care Services Manager at Moorlands Court to see our Extra Care housing brochure click here
Moorlands Court - built in April 2008 and is located in South Cambridgeshire in the village of Melbourn. The scheme contains 35 self contained flats, 3 of which are 2 bedroomed and 3 adapted for wheelchair users. Communal facilities, including a restaurant, laundry, sitting rooms and hairdresser, are available to tenants and members of the local community. Day Centre services are also available.
Dunstan Court - built in 2003 is located in Wulfstan Way, Cambridge and contains 46 two bedroom apartments within a small community of older people who have different levels of care requirements. Communal facilities including a hairdresser, laundry, lounge areas, games room and courtyard garden are available to tenants and their guests.
Richard Newcombe Court - is our latest 40 unit Extra Care Scheme Histon Road, Cambridge, opened in April 2011. This scheme was developed in partnership with Cambridge City Council, Cambridgeshire Community Services and the Cambridge Chinese Community. Communal facilities including a lounge, laundry and courtyard garden pavilion are available to tenants and their guests.
Enquiries to CHS about our Extra Care Services should be directed to Denise Taylor our Extra Care Services Manager on 01763 260564.
For an application form for any of the CHS Extra Care schemes please click here
For more details of extra care please click on leaflet below:
Here is the latest summary from the Care Quality Commission
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