Ideal Carehomes has reopened its Ashworth Grange Care Home in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
Mayor of Kirklees, Councillor Dodds, did the honours as he officially launched the new unit.
He said. “It is a pleasure to be invited to officially reopen Ashworth Grange. The facilities at the home are second to none and it was great to meet with the people who live there, and are obviously enjoying the active lifestyle that the home provides. I will certainly visit again to sample some more of the delicious cakes from the tea room!”
Renovations at the home include the Annie’s Cafe tea room, traditional sweet shop and updated library as well as a refurbished unit.
New home manager, Alison Bulmer, said: “Ashworth Grange really is a great place to live. The residents are already enjoying using the tea room as a lovely place to welcome their family and friends, and our monthly dementia café will really benefit the local community.
“I am so pleased with the new look of the home, and our fantastic staff team are making such a difference for our residents. It really is a pleasure to show visitors round our beautiful home.”
The improvement programme for the home has included a new management team, staff recruitment and training, and a new regional activities executive creating aspirational lifestyle choices for residents.
Ashworth Grange has 64 en-suite bedrooms and offers residential and dementia care.