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About Us

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We provide the highest quality residential and respite care for older people and people living with dementia or disability, putting people at the heart of everything we do.

Our Care

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Our reputation for excellence has grown over 20 years of providing consistently high quality personalised care.


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We have homes for older people and people living with dementia in Bedworth, Nuneaton, Rugby, Stratford, Leamington Spa and Warwick. We offer specialist care for people with disabilities in Kenilworth and Rugby.

Our Homes

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We have 12 homes across the West Midlands offering care for older people and people living with dementia and two homes offering specialist care for people with disabilities.

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Find out about the latest news from across WCS Care. For live updates, including pictures of birthdays and anniversaries, search for WCS Care on Facebook or Twitter.


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Working with us is not simply a hobby, it is a career for those who care. Interested in a career at WCS?

Talk To Us

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We're always on hand to offer advice, guidance and discuss individual care options. Information and advice to help make decisions about your care.

Get Involved

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We have a vibrant community of volunteers. Are you interested in joining us or exploring a career in health care?

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Four Ways' sponsored walk to raise funds for holiday

April 2014

Residents, relatives and staff at Four Ways care home in Lillington are inviting sponsorship to help raise... Read more

Drayton Court's history exhibition

April 2014

A history exhibition hosted by Drayton Court care home has documented the social history of Nuneaton's Camp Hill community.

Drayton Court, which is run by Warwickshire charity WCS Care, worked with Nuneaton's... Read more

Dewar Close hosts Mark Pawsey MP to mark Dignity Action Day

March 2014 

Residents at Dewar Close care home in Bilton marked Dignity Action Day (Saturday February 1) by hosting Rugby MP Mark Pawsey last Friday.

The visit gave Mr Pawsey chance to listen to residents discuss th... Read more

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