Exemplar Health Care is a leading provider of specialist nursing care for adults living with a range of complex and high acuity needs.
Our Nurse-led teams are trained to support adults living with complex mental health needs, dementia, neuro-disabilities including brain injuries, Huntington’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease, and physical disabilities including cerebral palsy, spinal injuries and musculoskeletal disorders.
We also have a number of services that are registered to support people living with complex learning disabilities and/or autism.
At Exemplar Health Care, our mission is to make 'every day better' for the people we support and our colleagues.
Our vision is that adults living with complex needs can access outstanding specialist care and support, in a community-based home that’s close to their family and friends, and that’s focused on their personal goals and outcomes.
Our specialist nursing homes and OneCare services provide person-centred nursing care and rehabilitation that focuses on maximising independence and building everyday living skills. We aim to empower people to live fulfilled lives.
We support people on their journey from being in hospital or living in a secure setting to community-based living. We also provide long term support for people living with degenerative or life-limiting illnesses.
We have over 40 complex needs care homes across Yorkshire, the Midlands, the North East and the North West of England. We provide welcoming and supportive environment where people can achieve their goals, feel at home and remain closed to loved ones.
Most of our homes are designed into ten-bed units. With this small group living, we’re able to provide a homely and supportive environment that’s more responsive to individual needs.
Alongside many of our homes we have OneCare services that provide specialist nursing care for adults living with complex needs, in a domestic environment, typically a one/two bedroom house or flat across the road from the main nursing home.
They’re ideal for those with complex diagnoses and high acuity needs which cannot be met in a group living environment.
Our homes support people of all ages, including younger adults - over half of our service users are aged between 46-65 and the average age of our service users is 56 years of age.
We listen to our service users and involve them in decisions that impact their life and the running of our homes. Residents can become a Service User Ambassador and take part in our Service User Council, as well as having regular opportunities to get involved and feedback.