WCS Care £10.5 million home to bring 120 jobs to Kenilworth


A new WCS Care £10.5 million state of the art care home is to bring around 120 jobs to Kenilworth.

The Castle Brook purpose-built development specialising in innovative dementia care, will welcome its first residents in December 2016.

Christine Asbury, chief Executive at WCS Care, said: “At WCS Care, residents are in charge of their life and we’re here to support them with high quality care 24 hours a day, seven days a week – ultimately, we want to ensure that every day is a day well lived.

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“Our values are fundamental to helping us achieve this – so if joining an organisation where you can play, make someone’s day, be there and choose your attitude sounds appealing, you’ll fit right in.”

WCS Care is one of only two care home groups in England to have four homes recognised as ‘outstanding’ by the CQC.

The home will house 84 residents and feature en suite bedrooms, household style living, cafe, spa, cinema, salon and shop.

It will also be one of a few care homes in Warwickshire to offer double apartments with their own kitchen for residents wanting to live together or have space for visiting relatives.

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