Burton Court care home in Burton-on-Trent

Burton Court provides a warm and welcoming home for men and women living with dementia, physical illness, mental health disorders, complex needs and behaviours that challenge.

Burton Court offers the very best professional 24-hour care in an inviting and safe environment. We are determined to make a difference to the lives of those we support, both in the quality of our home and the care we provide.

We aim to help each individual to live a happier, healthier, more fulfilled life and give peace of mind to their families who entrust us with their care.

Burton Court is a well-established home with 20 bedrooms and a beautiful large garden, in a tree-lined neighbourhood in Burton-on-Trent.

Our care

We care for people with a range of needs:

  • Physical illness/mental health disorders and/or dementia
  • Complex care needs including behaviours that are challenging
  • Older adults
  • Working age (Under 65)
  • End of life care
  • Nursing care

Our facilities

Our 20 bedrooms are provided with furniture and fittings, although we encourage everyone to furnish and decorate to their taste, as this is your or your loved one’s new home.

All bedrooms are set up with a bed, wardrobe, comfortable armchair and bedside table, but if you wish to add or remove anything, we will do everything we can to accommodate personal preferences. These will, of course, be subject to health and safety checks and fire risk assessment.

Burton Court is an original Victorian property providing:

  • Beautiful large garden
  • Specialist bathing facilities
  • Two large communal lounges
  • Large dining room serving nutritionally-balanced meals
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Ground floor patio

If you prefer a men only care home, Trent Court, at the same location, may be suited to your needs.

Our services

At Burton Court Care Home our services include

  • Chiropody
  • Hairdressing
  • On-site laundry
  • Activities including day trips and events programme
  • Regular GP visits
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Psychology