Towerview Care provides care for older adults with mental health and associated complex care needs.

The Bridge, Burton and Trent Court offers care for conditions such as dementia that has progressed with complex health and personal care needs. Also aggression and disinhibited behaviour.

Towerview Care also help with conditions such as mental health issues that have stabilised due to treatment and ageing i.e. Schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. Care needs requiring nursing and specialist support such as Psychology and Occupational therapy.

We provide individualised care plans that come with flexible nursing care. Tailored to individual needs and high quality care and support in a comfortable environment.

Visit Bridge, Burton and Trent Court (Towerview Care)

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Last CQC report update June 19, 2019 • Listing updated November 24, 2021

Registered Manager: Carla Adams


Number of beds: 85

Location Type:

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Residents may bring: Own furniture
Own decoration
Rooms have: TV point
Internet Access
Number of lounges or seating areas:6
Lifts *: Full lift
Stair lift
Wheelchair access *: To all floors
Outdoors *: Secure garden
Seating area
Weekly cost: Accept local authority rates
Accept Continuing Care funding
Personal care cost from:£1500 per week
Nursing care cost from:£1700 per week
Meals: Meals are Flexible
Meals can be taken in own room
There is a choice of menu
Residents assist in planning meals
Meals are prepared in the home
Vegetarians are catered for
Family and friends: Visitors welcome at any time
Culture & Religion
Special requirements addressed?: Religious
Languages spoken:English, Bulgarian, Polish, Indian, Tagalog
Available activities: Entertainment in the home
Regular activities programme
Registration & Specialisms
Care only beds:2
Nursing beds:49
Care specialisms:Dementia Schizophrenia Bi Polar Complex Care needs – Sensory- shouting, aggression, disinhibitive behaviours. Physical care needs, nursing needs, personal care. Eating difficulties Incontinence
Care for people who need: A high level of help
Can usually accept people with: Visual impairment
Urinary incontinence
Faecal incontinence
Moderate memory problems
Severe memory problems
Disruptive behaviour
Behaviours that challenge
Services / Care offered: Dementia
Elderly care
Mental health condition
Physical disability
Sensory impairment