Independent Living in a Care Environment

Nationwide Community Care Limited (NCC) provides a person centered plan approach to independent living in a registered Care Home environment. The Company’s prime aim being to offer high quality residential care to individuals, providing them with the opportunity to live in an ordinary house, in an ordinary street and work towards achieving their own goals and aspirations. The Company has succeeded in their pursuit and continues to incorporate progressive and holistic care to adults with learning disabilities .

The Company evokes the finest of reputations for providing spacious accommodation within a homely environment. All our Home’s are equipped to an extremely high standard and interiors can be altered or modified to meet the individual needs or preferences of the service users.

Nationwide Community Care perceives it’s greatest asset to be the high quality of care provided for it’s service users, delivered by an extremely skilled and professional collaboration of staff. Our Care Home staff are trained to very high standards which is essential for maintaining a professionally run Care Home.

Our quality assessing policy also ensures we are always striving to improve the standard of service we offer, Nationwide Community Care a name you can trust.

About us

Nationwide Community Care Ltd has two Homes situated in Wivenhoe, 35 Mede Way, 3 Cracknell Close Wivenhoe. The Homes provide a high quality service for two -three residents in each Home and encourage access to all community activities and services.

The owner of Nationwide Community Care Ltd is Mr Mark Cardy who has had a beneficial interest in the Company since incorporation. Mark, previously held other senior positions within Care Homes in Essex.

Aims & Objectives

The Company’s prime aim is to offer high quality support focusing on respecting individuals and promoting core values. We aim to:

  • Maintain the building and grounds in a safe condition.
  •  Arrange for specialist equipment to be available to maximise Service User’s independence.
  •  Ensure Service Users have safe, comfortable bedrooms with their own possessions around them.
  •  Ensure the Home is kept clean, hygienic and free from unpleasant odours with systems in place to control the spread of infection.


The Homes places a high value on respecting the privacy and dignity of Service Users.  It is our policy that each person has one owned and private space, that of their personal bedroom and we only enter these spaces uninvited in the case of emergency or if the Service User in question is unable to express an invitation. We recognise that life in a communal environment and the need to accept assistance with personal tasks is an inseparable part of invading a Service User’s ability to enjoy the pleasure of being alone and undisturbed.  We therefore strive to retain as much privacy as possible for our Service Users in the following ways:

  • It is also our policy that each Service User is offered and is supported to make a choice regarding as much as possible.  Within reasonable limits, this is absolute within the private bedroom, in terms of decor and furniture, but is more collective within the home as a whole considering the number of Service Users who are in residence at the home.
  • Giving assistance in intimate situations as discreetly as possible.
  • Providing locks on bedroom doors, personal storage space and other rooms that a Service User may at times require in order to be undisturbed.