Useful Information & Links
We are a member of Care England which is a registered charity and is the leading representative body for independent care services in England.
Working on behalf of small, medium and large providers, Care England speaks with a single unified voice for both members and the whole care sector.
Love thy Neighbour
Following on with the theme for the 2018 National Care Home Open Day being “linking communities” Rayners decided to create a new project "Love thy Neighbour". This involves Rayners inviting retired Villagers of Hyde Heath living on their own to Rayners one day a week to join us for Luncheon. This is a FREE service to our neighbours and it is hoped that it will help combat loneliness and create further links with our community of Hyde Heath.
Care Quality Commission
We are proud of our CQC Quality Rating (unannounced CQC Routine Inspection carried out on 29th September 2017) and our reputation and are pleased to be able to link you to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Web site, whereby you will be able to obtain our latest Inspection Report/s.
Registered Nursing Home Association
We are also a proud Associate Member of the Registered Nursing Home Association (RNHA) - Formed in 1968, the RNHA campaigns strongly for high standards in nursing home care. Their members are nursing home owners committed to delivering quality services to their residents.
National Care Association
Motivated by the need for a strong and influential representation at a national level, we are the respected voice of the independent care sector. The National Care Association represen small and medium sized care providers and affiliated local associations, National Care Association liaise with national Government at a political and departmental level; Local Government and key stakeholder groups including the NHS and CQC.
Age UK is the force behind, what was Age Concern and Help the Aged. Age UK works to improve later life for everyone by providing life-enhancing services and vital support.
Paying for your Care
If you have to meet long-term care costs yourself, or are arranging this for a parent or other elderly relative or friend, it is unlikely that you have received any advice or guidance about your care funding choices or the benefits you may be entitled to. Below are a few of the advisers which can assist you in care fees planning. Please click on the links below to be redirected to their websites.
t: 0161 707 1107
t: 0800 082 1155
t: 01344 636374