What does it cost?
James Hirons is committed to providing value for money and the Trustees run the Home on a not-for-profit basis. The fees vary according to room allocation and the level of care required. Our rates are available upon request from the Manager’s office, and these are reviewed annually or more frequently if the resident’s dependency increases.
The Manager is always available as a first port of call for advice and any resident requiring help with financial matters can be referred to an advocacy service for confidential and impartial advice. Privately funded residents whose funds become depleted may apply to the Trustees for financial support. Each case will receive sympathetic consideration. Our high standards of care and services are available to residents on a privately funded basis.
Fees: what is included?
- 24-hour attendance of fully trained staff
- 24-hour call bell system
- GP and dentist visits when required, or appointments made at the surgery
- High-quality home cooking with provision for special diets
- Broadband Wi-Fi throughout the entire home
- Full central heating and electricity
- Laundry service
- In-house activities and entertainment programme
Fees: what is not included?
- Weekly visits from the hairdresser
- Regular visits from the chiropodist
- Taxis and escorts to and from hospital or doctor’s appointments
- Dry cleaning
- Newspapers and postal services
- Any other items not specifically included in the section “Fees: What is included?”
Frequently Asked Questions
How much are the fees?
Our fees range from £595 – £816 per week depending on the room. There may be additional charges based on the dependency needs of the resident. See also What does it cost?
Does the Home provide Sky or cable?
There is no Sky or cable, but all televisions have access to freeview channels.
Does the Home provide radios?
Residents who wish to use a radio can bring in their own or use the radio facility on the television.
Can I bring in my own possessions?
Small items of furniture and personal possessions can be brought in to personalise bedrooms, on discussion with the Home.
Can I bring a pet?
Pets cannot reside at James Hirons but are very welcome to be brought in to visit.
What is the application process?
A visit to the Home is recommended as a first step, followed by discussions with the Manager who will advise on further arrangements. A pre-admission assessment is always carried out.
Does the Home provide respite care or convalescence?
Yes, James Hirons can provide post-operative support during convalescence as well as respite care, from one night or as long as needed.
Leamington and beyond
Royal Leamington Spa in Warwickshire enjoys a central location in a beautiful part of the country. The town itself is full of interest with the Pump Rooms, Jephson Gardens and lots of shops, cafés, restaurants and hotels.
Just a short drive away is Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace and the home of the RSC as well as other historic towns such as Warwick and Kenilworth.
There are several lovely National Trust properties in the area and the Cotswold villages lie to the south.