Residential care for bipolar disorder

At Valorum we provide comprehensive care for individuals with bipolar disorder, providing a calm and stress-free environment to manage mental health and get the very best from the treatment programmes we offer.

Bipolar disorder can be a distressing condition for those living with it. Our experienced and caring team supports our residents in managing the disorder by providing an environment with optimum conditions for living with the condition and bespoke programmes that enable people to live their most fulfilling life.

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Holistic support for people with bipolar disorder at Valorum care homes

Our approach to bipolar puts our patients’ individuality at the very heart of what we do. We work with our residents, their families and a series of healthcare professionals and therapists to find the perfect plan to ease the challenges of the disorder and encourage those with it to live a socially engaging and happy life.

Providing a full and consistent weekly routine that combines therapy, exercises, and activities, we aim to meet all the individual’s needs and interests while providing coping mechanisms when the challenges of bipolar disorder come into play.

Our team is experienced in medication management in bipolar disorder care homes while also offering 24-hour support, seven days a week, with a well-trained staff team to ensure the needs of those living with us are met consistently and efficiently.

How we provide specialised Residential care for bipolar disorder at Valorum

Our care plans look to get to the heart of what triggers the mood swings that come with bipolar and seek to find solutions and coping mechanisms to limit the number of episodes that do occur and provide a way to manage them more efficiently when they do.

Key to that is the approach of our patient and endearing staff as well as the environment in which residents live, not only providing safe and peaceful spaces but also encouraging collaboration and engagement with other residents.

Our rooms are spacious and comfortable, with scope to personalise as residents please to create a familiar and loving environment. Every resident is treated with the respect and self-worth they deserve to create the most encouraging environment for progress for those living with bipolar disorder.

  • Private and spacious rooms with en-suite wetroom
  • 24/7 support from our caring nurses
  • High ratio of staff to residents
  • Nutritious and seasonal food menu
  • Holistic, personalised support plan
  • Regular support for families

Supporting families of residents who are suffering from bipolar disorder

Alongside our residents, we help loved ones who are supporting those with bipolar disorder every step of the way. Our carers and loved ones are always available to educate and inform on the disorder while also providing regular updates on their loved ones’ progress.

Loved ones also have access to our residential services team in what can also be a challenging period for them, particularly in the initial stages of transitioning into a care home. At Valorum, nobody is ever alone, and we encourage loved ones to get involved with the care and support of our residents and reach out in their times of need, too.

Find care facilities for people living with bipolar disorder near you

If you have a loved one who requires care and support in managing bipolar disorder, find a Valorum care home near you below. Our team is always available to provide support and offer information on what may be the best course of action for you and your loved one, guiding you in making that first step to getting the help they need.


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Our Client Care Team are available to answer your questions and can assess the client and design an individualised care plan.
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How do residential care homes manage the manic and depressive phases of bipolar disorder?
Our care team are trained in managing the more manic episodes of bipolar disorder and do so with calm and respect, encouraging coping mechanisms and ensuring the safety of the resident and all residents within the care home.
What types of therapy are effective for individuals with bipolar disorder?
There are many types of therapy that can help those living with bipolar disorder, with the likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, interpersonal therapy and even family-focused therapy being particularly effective.

In order to find the right therapy for an individual, we consult them, family members and healthcare professionals to make the call and get the help they need.

Are there residential services for individuals with co-occurring disorders and bipolar disorder?
At Valorum, we have residential care services all over the country that specialise in care and support and caring for those with bipolar disorders and other illnesses or mental health conditions, with our care team utilising their own experience and qualifications as well as the many healthcare professionals we work with on a day-to-day basis.
How do bipolar disorder residential care homes provide a structured and stable environment?
All our residential services promote a sense of calm and relaxation, with individuals having access to private and communal spaces. Every day has a full schedule and routine, promoting well-being and mindfulness that can aid in limiting the number of episodes someone living with bipolar may have.
What family support is offered for individuals with bipolar disorder?
We provide access to our care team for all family members who would like to understand bipolar disorder and the impact it has on individuals. We believe it is an important step in a resident’s journey to have family members who understand alongside them while training on coping with episodes is also available.

Outside of Valorum, many charities also provide insight and training that can be really beneficial in living day-to-day with those who have the condition.