The Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England has over 30,000 care homes registered. There are over 100 registered care homes in the Wolverhampton area. You will be able to find out about the services offered, contact details and the CQC inspection report for each home.
List of care and nursing homes
A list of residential care and nursing homes can be found in the download section.
Inspection reports for all care and nursing homes are published by the Care Quality Commission.
What are my options?
Before you decide on residential care you may want to consider Very Sheltered Housing which allows safe and secure living within a community whilst having care and support close by.
If you need some help in thinking through what the best option would be for you, first of all, you may find the following websites useful:
Getting an assessment
To receive services you must first have received a care assessment. Contact the Access and Initial Assessment Team for further information. Everyone is entitled to this free service however you may have to pay for any services offered afterwards.
You can also contact your doctor or other health care professional like a district nurse.