FAQs

FAQs

  • How do I know that Signature is the best option for me?

    The answer to this question lies with the individual and his or her needs. Everyone is different, so therefore, what’s best for one person will not necessarily be the best for another. Signature’s operating model provides bespoke wellbeing plans for all our residents at an affordable price. By offering real person-centred care, we are able to adapt rapidly to the changing needs of an individual. The flexibility of a rental model such as ours means we are also able to alleviate the burden of a long-term financial commitment.

    All our General Managers and Client Liaison teams are highly experienced in the care sector. They have detailed knowledge of the various types of care, nursing and accommodation options available within the areas around each of our communities. They will always seek to give a balanced and well-informed overview of the different options available to potential residents and their families.

    For further advice please call or visit one of our communities, where the team will be on hand to provide further information.

  • As a couple, can we live together in one apartment?

    Yes. All our communities cater for couples. Care and nursing needs are individually assessed, allowing couples with differing needs and requirements to live together happily and comfortably.

  • What happens if my care or nursing needs increase in the future owing to illness, age or changing circumstances?

    Signature is committed to providing you with the best possible long-term care. All but one of our homes are registered nursing homes, allowing us to meet a high level of physical and emotional need, thus providing a real home for life. Further, through our work with specialist third parties, we are able to offer you advice on accessing healthcare funding for both care and nursing, and will work alongside you to facilitate this.

  • I have a property to sell before I can move. What can you do to help?

    As with all financial matters, we encourage residents and their families to seek specialist financial advice.

    Signature has relationships with a number of professional organisations able to provide specialist advice depending on your individual circumstances, including care fees planning services, annuity schemes and so on. Your local Signature home will be able to help identify other specialists in this area, should you wish.

  • Can you look after people who have Dementia?

    At Signature, we recognise the unique requirements of people with Dementia and understand that this could be a potential future diagnosis for many of our residents, therefore to help in these circumstances, all but one of our homes has a dedicated dementia area, most of which have been designed in conjunction with leading research from Stirling University.

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