An exciting new specialist care facility designed specifically for individuals with working age dementia has opened in Bedworth, Warwickshire creating over 50 new jobs.
Supported with funding from Royal Bank of Scotland, Sole End House is a purpose built nursing home focussed on the notion of creating calm and tranquillity for its residents. The bank has supported the development with a seven figure loan.
Developed by the owners of Cow Lees Care Home, the building follows a new concept in design. The house has been built in an ‘E’ shape so that all corridors lead onto each other and are easily accessible for residents to walk around. The property is also flooded with natural light and all living space benefits from floor to ceiling windows offering fantastic views of the tranquil fields and gardens it is surrounded by.
Situated on Astley Lane in Bedworth, Sole End House has been constructed alongside two existing facilities.
John O’Sullivan, Managing Director of Cow Lees Care Home said: “The new care facility is excellent and we are really pleased with the finished result.
“Sole End House has been constructed using the latest research into living environments for dementia patients and the result is this state of the art facility. We have focussed on harbouring a calm and tranquil environment for our residents, creating a place that is accessible and where they can live as happily and comfortably as possible.
“The funding we have received from Royal Bank of Scotland has helped us to create what we feel is the best facility in the region.”
Spencer Ford, Senior Relationship Manager at Royal Bank of Scotland explains: “Sole End House is an incredible facility that has been constructed with an acute level of attention to detail. It will offer those individuals in the region living with working age dementia a unique model of care that supports the independence and autonomy of people with dementia. It is a pleasure to support John and his team at Cow Lees so they can continue to provide excellent care facilities in the community.”