A care home in Studley has been hailed for its ‘family feel’ and the ‘high quality of its hospitality’ following a visit by its local MP.
Nadhim Zahawi, MP for Stratford Upon Avon, recently visited Macc Care’s Studley Rose, a luxury care home in the centre of Studley, taking the opportunity to speak with staff and residents and even share a little on his recent appearance in ITV Drama, ‘Mr Bates vs The Post Office’.
The home’s Registered Manager, Maria Willis, gave Mr Zahawi and a colleague a guided tour of the home, before introducing them to a number of residents who were thrilled to meet their local member of parliament. On the visit, Maria said: “Here at Studley Rose, we are passionate about ensuring our residents remain connected and involved with their local community and visits from local, public figures such as Nadhim are imperative to this.
“We were incredibly proud to hear how impressed Nadhim and his colleague, Theresa, were with the home. We’d like to say a huge thank you to them both for visiting us and we look forward to welcoming them back soon.”
Boasting a convenient village location, Studley Rose is one of Macc Care’s newest state-of-the-art, luxury care homes. Providing a warm, compassionate, safe and friendly environment for up to 65 residents, the home was purpose designed and built to offer first-class facilities. At the heart of the design was a desire to create a place where residents felt at home in a spacious and comfortable setting, featuring every amenity they could wish for.
Nadhim Zahawi MP isn’t the only high profile visitor to Macc Care’s homes as of late. Sister care home, Sutton Rose in Sutton Coldfield, recently welcomed record-breaking 5-year-old author Jayce Joyce for an exclusive reading of his two published works, much to the delight of staff and residents. Ensuring residents remain connected to their local community and building intergenerational friendships are both hugely beneficial to those in care, helping to break down barriers, improve communication and reduce feelings of loneliness.
The Macc Care Group owns a collection of thirteen homes across the Midlands. The group prides itself on three core values — love, care and compassion. Its luxury developments address elderly nursing, dementia and residential care with a commitment to support and enrich the lives of all its communities.