Residential & Nursing Homes
We have over 20 years experience of working with Residential & Nursing homes to develop practical solutions to ensure the satisfaction of both the home and the residents. Our dedicated team will work in collaboration with you to ensure the very best solution for you and your client.
We offer the following services at no extra cost:
A Dedicated Account Manager
We understand the importance of continuity and dealing with someone that knows the history of your conversations. Your friendly and dedicated account manager will be able to present you with the right solution for you and your clients. We know the complexity that can be involved in purchasing decisions so your account manager will be on hand to provide you with everything you need. We have a solid reputation in project management this will ensure that the project is implemented on schedule and within budget.
Your account manager will effectively demonstrate and explain products from across our range. Their in-depth knowledge and friendly approach will help you to ascertain if this is the right product for your clients. All of our demonstrations come with a no obligation guarantee, it is completely against our ethos to engage in pressure sales. Our only concern is ensuring your clients gets the very best solution.
Our new Furniture Collections have proved to be very popular with Residential and Nursing homes, please ask your account manager about this exclusive range.
After Sales Support
Our relationship with you doesn’t end after a sale, we provide first class after sales support. Whether you need a spare part or just information on how to get the best out of the product for your client we are on hand, so you can always rest assured that you have the support that you need.
Award Design winner, Grove Court, designed by Architect Noble Hanlon of Design and Build Services, Nottingham, incorporates many of the fine features typical of the other 12 Homes owned by the Elizabeth Finn Trust, a charitable organisation dedicated to support and care for professional people and their families, who have fallen on hard times and either need financial assistance to help with extreme difficulties in their homes, or because their circumstances are such that they require care in a residential or nursing environment.
In creating the new home we have taken advantage of the latest in care home design and technology, creating an environment that will enable the multidisciplinary team to provide a holistic approach to patient care, whilst encouraging residents and patients to retain a high level of independence.
Choosing the right bed, we had to address a complex set of needs, which encompass those of both the occupants and operators. The three most important factors that influenced us to purchase the BAKARE beds (60 in number).
- Work related back pain in operators.
- The tissue viability of the occupants.
- The independence of the occupants.
Grove Court operates with a No Lifting Policy. Beds which help minimise manual handling reduce the danger of friction and correspondingly, the risk of pressure sores.
Independence is a major issue affecting quality of life of those receiving health care. Elderly and disabled people having the means to do things for themselves can grow in confidence and ability.
– Manager, Grove Court, Elizabeth Finn Trust[separator style_type="double" top_margin="20" bottom_margin="40" sep_color="" icon="fa-quote-left" width="" class="" id=""]
Built between 1682 and 1692 by the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren, the hospital is home to the Chelsea Pensioners, bachelor pensioners who served Britain in the armed forces during World War II and other conflicts.
It is now some months since we first took delivery of the beds and I wanted to write and tell you how pleased we are with them. They make life much easier for the nursing staff and the residents find them very comfortable.
– Karen Smith, Matron, Royal Chelsea Hospital[separator style_type="double" top_margin="20" bottom_margin="40" sep_color="" icon="fa-quote-left" width="" class="" id=""]
Alne Hall is one of the services run by Leonard Cheshire who are the leading charity provider of services for disabled people with 140 services for over 10,000 people across the country. Alne Hall provides high quality care for physically disabled people. It also provides a variety of activities suitable for the needs of individual residents, to enable them to attain their own degree of independence and lead as fulfilled a life as possible.
Alne Hall is a dual registered home providing support to younger people with a physical disability to enable them to live as independently as possible. A programme of replacing traditional divans and hospital style beds with Volker beds started in 1999 with the specific aim of improving the lifestyle and care of the residents, and assisting those charged with their care. The functionality of the new beds, together with their conventional appearance have greatly added to the residents comfort whilst meeting the specific needs of their carers.
For those residents whose disability does not prevent them from using the beds electronic controls, the beds have reinforced their independence by providing choice, dignity and fulfillment through the equipments empowering options. The appearance of the bed is such that it blends well with conventional bedroom furniture and does not suffer from an appearance often associated with beds designed for use in a nursing environment. It is believed that the beds construction has been specifically designed and manufactured to give above average maintenance free service.
Based on our experience with the product and the supplier, we are able to recommend BaKare to any potential customer.
– Manager, Leonard Cheshire, Alne Hall[separator style_type="double" top_margin="20" bottom_margin="40" sep_color="" icon="fa-quote-left" width="" class="" id=""]
Bakare Beds have been supplied to Westminster Health Care to provide Care Beds in the Residential Home sector.
They have kindly forwarded the following recommendation:
“I would like to acknowledge the service that BaKare Ltd has given over these past two years.
We have, in the main found their products to be of a good standard and have purchased, to date, approximately seventy BaKare beds within our homes. Their team provide a good response in terms of dispatch, advice or servicing equipment.
BaKare are included in our preferred suppliers manual and we would not hesitate to recommend either their products or services.”
– Director of Development, Westminster Health Care[separator style_type="double" top_margin="20" bottom_margin="40" sep_color="" icon="fa-quote-left" width="" class="" id=""]
Situated on the outskirts of the village of Storrington, near Worthing in West Sussex, Sussexdown Nursing Home is set in large gardens with its own bowling green and has panoramic views over the Downs. Sussex Down provides long term residential and nursing care for disabled and chronically ill from the whole RAF community and their dependants. Convalescent and respite care are also provided.
Bakare are proud to have been involved with the recent refurbishment of Sussexdown and have supplied 67 Volker beds to this warm and pleasant home.
– RAFA Sussexdown Nursing Home[separator style_type="double" top_margin="20" bottom_margin="40" sep_color="" icon="fa-quote-left" width="" class="" id=""]