Residential and nursing-home care
Adult social care homes offer care to people who can no longer look after themselves at home.
If you think a move to a care home might be the best option for you or someone you know, your first step is to contact adult social care and ask for an assessment.
Care homes offer different levels of care to match the needs of different people.
We manage two residential care homes:
How do I ask for social care services?
If you would like to talk to someone about care homes and assessments, contact the adult social care information and access team.
Please give us as much detail as possible. If your circumstances change before someone contacts you and you think you need urgent help then please contact us by phone on 020 7974 4000 or 020 7974 4444 if it is out of office hours.
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Looking for a care home? Get free, independent reports on the quality of your local homes and care services to help you make an informed choice from the Care Quality Commission. You can read the commission's reports about the care homes:
|Establishment||Client specification||Type of home||Location|
|Branch Hill||Dementia only||Council in-house Residential provision||Camden|
|Wellesley Road||Frail, dementia and mental health||Council in-house residential provision||Camden|
|St Margarets||Dementia only||Council in-house residential provision||Barnet|
|Ingestre Road||Frail and dementia||Council in-house residential provision||Camden|
|Ash Court||Frail||Private nursing care||Camden|
|St Johns Wood||Frail||Private nursing care||Camden|
|Rathmore House||Dementia only||Private nursing care||Camden|
|Compton Lodge||Frail||Private residential||Camden|
|Spring Grove||Frail||Private residential||Camden|
|Lansdowne Care Centre||Frail and dementia||Camden block contracts – long stay||Barnet|
Camden is building two new care homes and extra care sheltered housing apartments. Please see homes for older people for more information.