MHA care homes benefit from £10 million refurbishment project
37 MHA care homes across England, Wales and Scotland will benefit from a multi-million pound refurbishment programme to upgrade facilities.
The charity is investing £10m to provide upgraded ensuite bathrooms, new interior design of bedrooms and communal areas and new furniture to key areas such as dining rooms and lounges in the homes as part of its commitment to reinvest its surplus to make sure it continues to provide quality of life for older people.
Several sites are also receiving refurbished commercial kitchens.
MHA has partnered with three contractors, CLC, J Tomlinson and Novus Ltd, to carry out the refurbishment work during 2018.
Interim director of Care Homes Linda Zaidi said: “As a charity we make sure we re-invest our surplus into maintaining and developing our services. I am delighted that we have been able to make this investment to refurbish 37 of our 90 care homes to give a better environment for our residents and their families.”
MHA Briar Hill House care home in Rugeley, Staffordshire, has already benefited from the refurbishment work.
Manager Anne Palmer said: “Residents enjoyed choosing their colour schemes for their bedrooms prior to work starting and also supervising the contractors work. The whole home was completed with minimal disruption, including the use of a temporary kitchen. Many compliments have been received since completion from residents, relatives and visitors, which shows MHA’s commitment to improving the quality of life of our residents.”