Bringing quality to later life

Award-winning care providers focus on choice and fulfilment.

Quality, choice and fulfilment. These are the things we all want to preserve as we get older. At MHA, we have 70 years’ experience in supporting and caring for older people and are one of Britain’s largest charitable care providers, serving 16,000 older people nationwide.

We see each one as an individual. They may be someone living in their own home craving company and friendship, a person wanting a little assistance with day to day tasks, or somebody very vulnerable, perhaps with dementia or nursing care needs.

From the physically independent and able to the frailest, we offer a continuum of care to support older people physically, mentally and spiritually – however their circumstances may change.

Our local Live at Home schemes, described by some as “lifelines”, bring friendship, social opportunities and practical support to people who live in the community.

Helping the vulnerable

Retirement Living residents enjoy the privacy and comfort of their own attractive apartments, with the reassurance of assistance available day and night, plus the option of tailored care and support to meet the needs of the most vulnerable, in many places.

In addition, our care homes provide residential, nursing or specialist dementia care, often with music therapy or reflexology for people living with dementia to offer non-verbal channels of communication and expression.

With options to buy, rent or part-purchase, you can make the best choice to suit your circumstances.

Furthermore, all our residential areas are served by designated chaplains, offering spiritual support to people of any faith, or none.

Perhaps this is why MHA was named Best Residential Care Provider in the Laing & Buisson Independent Healthcare Awards 2012 – because we believe in quality, choice and fulfilment for all older people, in body, mind and spirit.

01332 296 200
www.mha.org.uk

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