Life at Future Care

At Future Care we put our residents’ needs at the heart of everything we do – by creating care plans considering everyone’s nutritional needs and personal interests. We aim to involve our residents’ in the creation of our in-house menus and stimulating activity programmes (including when possible days out), to ensure a sense of belonging within one or our unique communities.

Nutrition Matters

We believe that food is one of life’s greatest pleasures – mealtimes matter to our residents and to us.

Homemade and healthy

Every Future Care home has a dedicated in-house catering team. Menus are prepared in consultation with our residents and cooked from scratch every day using only the best quality and seasonal ingredients.
There are two options at least, every mealtime and alternatives will always be available to suit requests.

Dining experience

We strive to ensure all food served at our homes is nutritious, varied and taste great.

Nutrition Matters
Catering to all

Catering to all

Our chefs are passionate about creating menus that appeal to each resident. Featuring firm favourites that our residents know and love, menus cater to cultural preferences and dietary requirements whilst being visibly appealing and meeting recommended nutritional guidelines.

We offer three meals a day, as well as morning/afternoon refreshments. There are also plenty of nutritious snacks available on request day or night.

Our residents living with dementia may experience problems with eating and drinking. Therefore, special consideration has been given to mealtimes so they can be as enjoyable as possible. We promote the dining experience by setting the scene and introducing more flexibility. From special straws to easy-grip cutlery which are dementia-specific, are widely available throughout Future Care Homes.


We promote social activity within our homes. They can help us to maintain social connections and reduce feelings of loneliness. Creating moments of joy.

They can also offer a great way to learn a new skill or visit a hobby that was enjoyed previously.

Research has shown that taking part in social activities offers great benefits in later life.

Making each day meaningful

Our activity programmes are created to reflect the hobbies and interests of our residents. We offer a variety of pursuits to include physical activities, cognitive stimulation, creative pursuits, social events, trips and excursions – inspiring and enabling people to live a meaningful life, as part of a great life.

Making each day meaningful
A sense of community

Our homes which are part of the Future Care Group hold regular initiatives and competitions to promote our vision of embracing innovation and new concepts of care.

A sense of community

Keeping active and being involved in the local community can have a positive impact on health and wellbeing.
Community based activities can help with the learning of new skills, keeping active and meeting new people whilst continuing to be a part of the community and maintaining existing relationships.


We focus on promoting self-esteem and ensuring that residents always have a choice, building independence and ensuring they have the necessary support to enable them to nurture current and future interests.

Our activity and social programmes are created to reflect the passions and interests of our residents. With a variety of pursuits readily on offer each week including physical activities, cognitive stimulation, creative pursuits, social events, and on occasion trips and excursions – designed to enrich life and make each day meaningful.

We believe that food is one of life’s greatest pleasures – mealtimes matter to our residents and to us. Our homes have in-house catering teams dedicated to meeting each and every resident’s dietary requirements.