Macc Care group, which runs care homes across the Midlands, is set to open Blossomfield Rose in Solihull.
Part of the existing Blossomfield Park, the new 80-bed care home will deliver residential, nursing, dementia, and respite care. Set in five acres of mature grounds, the Blossomfield development offers a wide range of facilities and amenities, including a gym, wellness suite, cinema, hairdresser, library, and café.
According to Macc Care, Blossomfield Rose will incorporate ‘unobtrusive, integrated technology throughout the home’ including acoustic listening devices, nurse call systems, and digital record-keeping and care planning.
Sonia Tenniswood, home manager at Blossomfield Rose, said: “I am delighted to be commissioning such an exciting and innovative care home development for the community of Solihull and look forward to welcoming residents to our new family. Blossomfield Rose has been built in such a way that each aspect of an individual's wellbeing is catered for, whether it's communal space to spend time with friends and family, or beautiful walled gardens to reap the wellbeing benefits associated with fresh air. We want to create a family here, where each individual is treated as just that - an individual - who is free to express their independence within a safe and caring environment.”
Sharen Guise, director of operations at Macc Care, added: “We’re all very excited for Blossomfield Rose to officially open its doors later this month and finally welcome residents into its unique community we have worked so hard to create. At Macc Care, we always strive to stretch the boundaries of luxury care and with this new development, I believe we have done just that. The existing Blossomfield Park is a wonderful community that already embodied many of the core values of Macc Care, so integrating with this was seamless. We want the families of prospective residents to see this new home as an inclusive, safe and welcoming place, which offers great opportunities for them to visit and enjoy the array of amenities within the park.”