NHS Blackpool CCG is committed to enhancing the quality and delivery of nursing care within Care Homes by supporting staff and managers to achieve the optimum levels of care delivery.

There are two main types of care home:

Residential Care Home

These offer care and support both day and night.  Staff assist with personal care, bathing, support at mealtimes, moving around and accessing the toilet.

Care Homes with Nursing

These generally offer the same type of care and support as Residential Care Homes, but with the addition of twenty four hour Registered Nursing support.

If you or your relative have been assessed as needing nursing care, then the NHS will pay a contribution towards your care.  This is known as Funded Nursing Care. For more information about this please click here.

Some people may be eligible for Continuing Healthcare Funding if they are assessed as having a primary health need. For more information on this please click here.

The Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) are the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. Their role is to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and encourage them to improve.

To find out more information about how the CQC monitor, inspect and regulate care homes please click here.

Find a Care Provider

If you are looking for a care home for a relative, information can be found regarding individual care homes on the CQC website here.

The Blackpool 4 Me website also has an extensive directory of local care providers to aid your search.

Care homes with nursing Care homes with nursing

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Blackpool Council

To view information from Blackpool Council relating to Residential and Nursing Care Homes please click here.