Retirement Living and
Housing with Care

We provide a selection of homes for people aged 55 and over, and for those with a disability. Our properties cater for independent living and accommodation with care available on site

 

Helping you enjoy your retirement

Rooftop has a selection of independent Retirement Living and Housing with Care accommodation available for people aged 55 and over. The properties cater for individuals or couples.

Our Retirement Living in both Gloucestershire and Worcestershire provides independent living within a like-minded and supportive community, helping you to keep your independence whilst knowing you can access support if you choose. 

The accommodation, supported by our Support Team in Worcestershire and Housing Officers in Gloucestershire, offers people the extra help they may require. 

 

There are additional communal facilities including hobby rooms, laundry facilities, lounges, dining areas, disabled bathing facilities and guest bedrooms.  Social events are organised throughout the year for everyone to enjoy, including family, friends and people living in the community.

Our Housing with Care communities provide housing and support in partnership with external care providers and local councils.  In these properties there are care staff on site, provided by our partners, and the accommodation has specialist adaptations to meet your needs.

There are communal facilities, such as lounges, garden, guest facilities and laundry. Some of our sites have a hairdresser, library, shop, activities room and refreshment outlets.  Our Support Team is also available with a dedicated Housing Officer for each property. 

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Our Retirement Living and Housing with Care developments

Our retirement living and  housing with care developments are located around Worcestershire and Gloucestershire with schemes located in Evesham, Pershore, Bredon, Gloucester, Coleford, Redditch and most recently in Broadway. 

What is different

about retirement living?

Our schemes are special because of the facilities they offer. Our approach is based on the principles that age, health and financial means, shouldn’t be a barrier to enjoying a high quality of life in later years.

These developments are based around the creation of a communal centre that provides places to meet and socialise. There are an enormous range of activities available from arts and craft, woodwork, gardening to health and well-being activities.

Customers are at the heart of what we do and there are amazing people living in Rooftop Homes.

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Retirement Living Housing with Care

We work with several partners including the Extracare Charitable Trust, and Radis Community Care to offer six bespoke retirement schemes in Evesham, Gloucester, Redditch, Coleford, Pershore and Broadway.

We choose partners who share our vision to create better lives for older people.

Our Housing with Care developments
Worcestershire

Our Housing with Care developments
Gloucestershire

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Emergency care line service

Rooftop work in partnership with Community Housing Technology Enabled Care Services, to provide emergency call alarms for help when you need it.

The units and pendants are fitted in your home for which there is a weekly charge. Some of our schemes have a fixed alarm system and other schemes we can install individual units.

We can arrange for neck or wrist pendants, depending on your need, which gives you and your family piece of mind in calling for assistance in an emergency.

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Supporting an active retirement

Most of our Worcestershire properties within our Retirement Living portfolio, have a dedicated Support Worker who is based on site.

In Gloucestershire, Rooftop Housing Officers are on hand to provide support and activities.

 

We aim to provide a service which supports you to effectively manage your tenancy, and enhances your quality of life by:

  • Providing information and support during the times you need it

  • Helping you to manage risks and prevent crisis.

  • Assessing whether your home continues to be appropriate and

  • exploring other housing options including aids and adaptations.

  • Signposting you to services, groups, and clubs or to take part in social, educational, and recreational activities to encourage you to get out and about.

  • Organising activities which are open to any interested older person and will be advertised as widely as possible. The programme will be organised in conjunction with other providers of activities for older people in the area. 

  • Empowering you to live as independently as possible.

  • Giving general advice and signposting or referring you to the relevant services.

 

The Support Service gives you the opportunity to have one to one health checks and chats with the Support Worker who will visit you at home (or elsewhere if you prefer).

We will visit you to discuss:

  • A social care check, to signpost or refer you to relevant services or for a social care assessment if required.

  • A safeguarding check to help you to keep safe from harm such as telephone or internet fraud or other abuse.

  • Once contact has been made, and with your consent, we will work with you to write a support plan, which will set out what we can do to help you, and what, if any, changes to your housing needs may require help in the future.

  • Your Support Worker will tailor the way that she or he works with you to fit in with your needs.  This could include inviting you to join group sessions with other customers, as well as meeting with you on a one-to-one basis.