RB Care Homes are the UK’s leading provider of buy-to-let care homes.
All their care homes are ethically operated and offer the very best services available today. They are purpose-built and include specialist equipment such as adult-lifting apparatus and a multi-faceted service range that cares for those with dementia, learning disabilities, mental health issues, rehabilitation needs, and more.
Each of their homes come equipped with dedicated pharmacy GP practitioners, secure treatment rooms, and antibacterial laminate and carpet flooring.
Crucially, their care homes are designed with comfort in mind and come fully equipped with kitchens and staff that cater to any dietary requirements. Their care homes are pre-established, are individually managed, operate in high-demand areas, and are, of course, fully assessed and compliant to fire safety regulations.
Alesco has secured exclusive opportunities at seven different RB Care Home sites across the UK.
RB Care Homes is a specialist care company that takes on and turns around failing residential, nursing and dementia care homes in England and Wales to return them to a fully compliant service.
The company includes a bespoke management consultancy offering on-site advice, crisis management solutions and personalised system implementation on all aspects of care home management.
Recognised and approved by commissioners, inspectorates, the NHS, and social services, the RB Care Homes Operations Team – Mohaan and Raqia – have experience in the healthcare sector going back 35 years. Together, they have both consulted for and directly managed approximately 210 care homes across 44 different providers in the UK and Europe.
Britain’s population is ageing. In 2012 the number of people aged 65 and older surpassed 10 million for the first time; they now outnumber those aged 16 and under.
The over 85 age group is the fastest growing demographic in the UK, as we all live longer through improvements in our health, diets and preventative care.
The combined market value for care for older people in the UK is currently estimated to be worth £22.2bn, of which £13.4bn is attributable to residential care and £8.8bn to non-residential care.
As the number of elderly people with high care needs in the UK is expected to increase significantly over the next 20 years, there will be a growing need for modern, fit-for-purpose care homes.