Capulet Care

Creating the Motivation For Life within our Specialist Homes, caring for people living with complex mental health needs.


Capulet Care is a leading specialist care provider for adults over 45 who are living with dementia and a range of other complex mental health, social and behavioural care needs.

As a Centre of Excellence, we consistently conduct research into the most innovative methods and ground-breaking approaches to care delivery. We embed this into our homes practice as standard, training and supporting staff to expand on their knowledge and investing in them to undertake continuous professional development.

Currently Capulet Care has two South Staffordshire based care homes. The organisation was formed by CEO Juliet Briggs, who has a passion for improved quality of care and blue-sky thinking. Her persistence to ensure her clients continue to live life to the fullest, has been a key factor in embedding the company’s ethos ‘Creating The Motivation For Life’ is enforced.

Led by a team of diversely experienced Senior Managers, a multitude of highly skilled Nurses and an intensively trained care department within each home, Capulet Care offers a second-to-none service which places focus on the person, not the disease, resulting in praise and support from Psychiatrists, GPs, Continuing Healthcare.

Assessors and local authorities, who have positively acknowledged the changes that are being made to the lives of clients.

Metavasi – A Unique Model of Care

Capulet Care have developed and introduced ‘Metavasi Care’ – A new model of care which features the reduction of antipsychotic medication, the introduction of therapeutic prescriptions and an upskilled workforce to manage behaviour and personality in a contemporary way.

Juliet supported Wellbeing Manager Caron Rogers, to complete a Master’s degree in Dementia Studies at Stirling University. During her studies, Caron commenced the journey to “make life good” for the people living within Capulet’s nursing homes. By thinking laterally and looking at what could be achieved without medication, those clients who were previously difficult to manage have gone through a massive period of transformation in their behaviours and what they can achieve.

Once qualified, Caron took on the role of Dementia Services Specialist for the company, helping the workforce to understand and effectively practice Metavasi Care as standard, and ensuring strong links with the external multi-disciplinary team.

The biggest accolade when looking after people with severely impaired cognition is succeeding in reaching the person trapped inside their mind, alleviating their frustrations and observing the changes in their behaviour and recognition. Seeing the transformation as a new, happier person begins to emerge, shows how Metavasi care really does work.

The positive response we have had from both families and professionals, spurs the organisation on further as a wider team, to look towards the future of people with these types of issues. The Capulet mission is to assist clients to ‘live a life again’, without the need for debilitating medication – Promoting the correct approach and support through the Metavasi model of care.

Our Care Homes

Perton Manor logo

Perton Manor is a single storey, purpose-built specialist care home on  4 ½ acres of land with vast communal space.

We hold registration for 50 clients (of mixed sex over the age of 45 years) with nursing, and we are able to care for those who have mental illness, dementia, sensory disorder, physical disability.

We provide end-of-life care and are also able to provide day care services seven days per week. 



Woodford House logo

Woodford House has been established as a care home for over 20 years. It is situated in the heart of Trysull village in a prime location overlooking the village green.

We provide accommodation for 40 persons of mixed sex over the age of 50 years. We hold registration for 40 residential and nursing clients and we are able to care for those clients who have mental illness, dementia, physical disability and clients with palliative care needs as well as general nursing care.

Who we care for in our Homes

Currently consisting of 2 specialist homes in the South Staffordshire, with plans to expand, we deliver care to people over 45yrs, living with Dementia and/or other complex mental health needs.

Using a Metavasi model of care for mental health which was created in-house, we have implemented individual and person-centred therapeutic prescriptions for clients. We aim to minimise and in some cases, eliminate the use of anti-psychotic medications, managing behaviours in the least restrictive way, according to our company ethos ‘Creating The Motivation For Life’ .

What We Do

Our specialist trained workforce aim to “make life good”, for the people living within Capulet’s nursing homes. By thinking laterally and looking at what could be achieved without medication, those clients who were previously difficult to manage have gone through a massive period of transformation in their behaviours and what they can achieve.

About Us

Incorporated in 2012 by Care Provider and CEO Juliet Briggs, Capulet Care is the umbrella company currently for two specialist care homes.

Capulet Care provides central support and resource to its homes, Woodford House & Perton Manor, via an extensively trained Senior Management team, working across the organisation as a whole.
In addition, Capulet Care houses a dedicated Finance and HR Department, taking care of all in house accounting, recruitment and employment requirements for Head Office and the two homes.

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‘You’re ahead of any other service we deal with’

‘Can you train NHS staff and social workers?’

‘The transformation of X, is amazing’

‘No other care home has been able to achieve with this client’

One psychiatrist became so overwhelmed, he shed a tear when he saw the improvements in someone with severely impaired cognition.

‘You have all been absolutely amazing. I always knew it. But yesterday was beyond anything we could have hoped or expected for X.’

‘It was such a difficult time and all a bit of a blur really. But seeing staff crying and showing their respect to X is something I will never forget. Nor my family.’

‘Yourself and Perton Manor have been great. When Dad came to you he couldn’t even walk and the progress you have made with him is brilliant’

‘It was a really worthwhile exercise as X reaction was, when can I come?, which was amazing knowing how concerned he has been about his future.’

‘You should all be very proud of what you do for G and so many others. Without your continued hard work caring for these unfortunate individuals, their lives wouldn’t be the same. I admire all of your strength and the caring nature of your work, as it isn’t an easy job, but you all make it so easy looking in.’

X is happy that Y came to Woodford and that she doesn’t have to worry about him, and how well staff interact with Y.

Compliment for X on her professionalism and her therapeutic effect on their dad. ‘Nothing is ever too much!’