Nursing Care

Each of our clients require something different from their care. Our nursing care is designed to meet those individual needs, whether it's lifelong or short-term care to recover from surgery or illness or to provide a break for carers.

A nurse helping a blind veteran

We have two nursing wings at our Brighton centre, with a total of 18 beds. We refurbished these in 2008 to be able to provide a higher quality of care to veterans. In Llandudno we have five nursing rooms in our newly built Poppy Wing extension.

Both our Brighton and Llandudno centres are registered care homes, and are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in England, and the Care and Social Services Inspectorate (CSSIW) in Wales.

Alongside their nursing qualifications, our nurses are specifically trained to care for visually impaired clients, who often have additional complex medical conditions. It isn't just the staff's medical knowledge that's important: it's their patience and commitment too.

If you know of a veteran with sight loss

Please download an application form or apply online.

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A nurse speaking to a blind veteran Care

Blind Veterans UK provide Nursing and Social Care at our Brighton and Llandudno centres

Veterans in the Brighton lounge Support we provide

Blind Veterans UK support ex-Service men and women with sight loss,

Ken smiling and laughing with his volunteer supporter Liam as they walk down the street About us

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