For older people

A picture of the Butterfly Garden at New Wycliffe Home.

Vista has two homes that provide high quality residential care to older people with a sensory impairment and people with dementia.

With warm and welcoming communal living rooms, quiet areas to sit and relax, comfortable ensuite bedrooms and attractive gardens, there is always somewhere our residents can enjoy spending time.

Our dedicated, highly trained team are committed to providing the highest standards of care in a safe, comfortable, 'home from home' environment. We are passionate about the care we provide and committed to improving the lives of our residents with sight loss or dementia and their families.

Kathleen Rutland Home

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Situated in the heart of Leicester Forest East, with convenient transport links to the city centre, Kathleen Rutland Home is set back from the main road in beautiful surroundings.


For more information, please download our brochure.

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New Wycliffe Home

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Situated in Rushey Mead, just three miles from the city centre, New Wycliffe Home is an attractive, spacious home with peaceful outdoor areas. It has recently been awarded Care Home of the Year at the Leicester Mercury's Carer of the Year Awards.


For more information, please download our brochure. 

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Case studies

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Jules

Jules

The best thing about living at the home is the company – I love the staff and other residents.

Jules has been supported by Vista for over a decade, following her diagnosis of a rare form of Glaucoma.

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Daphne

Daphne

I think New Wycliffe Home is a wonderful place, and I am very fortunate to have it. I can’t recommend it enough.

Daphne has Macular Degeneration, which affects her central vision.

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