Shepperton care home residents enjoy new look following investment

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Residents Ivy Critcher and Lily Sanderson (front row) celebrate the refurbishment with relatives and Charlton Grange’s staff members Tracey Nelson (far left, back row) and Lorraine Roberts, home manager (far right, back row).
Residents Ivy Critcher and Lily Sanderson (front row) celebrate the refurbishment with relatives and Charlton Grange’s staff members Tracey Nelson (far left, back row) and Lorraine Roberts, home manager (far right, back row).

A Shepperton care home has been given a new look to enhance the lives of its residents, following a significant investment.

 

Charlton Grange Care Home, formerly known as Upper Halliford Nursing Home, celebrated the refurbishment of reception area and name change, with a refreshment afternoon for the community, which included live entertainment for residents and guests.

 

The home, based on Charlton Lane, in the town, is undergoing a three phase refurbishment, which has seen the redecoration of its reception area, with further work planned for the home’s nursing and residential floors.

 

It provides nursing and residential care, as well as palliative and respite care, for up to 61 residents.

 

Lorraine Roberts, Charlton Grange home manager, said: “The home looks fantastic following the refurbishment of reception area, which will further boost our service to residents. We enjoyed a fantastic celebration to mark the refurbishment and re-naming and it was nice to meet members of the community and family and friends of residents, whose attendance made the day even more special.

 

“The environment of a care home forms an integral part of the overall care of residents, which can impact on their everyday lives, so the fresh new look from the refurbishment will be further beneficial to our residents and will continue to provide a safe and comfortable setting for them to enjoy.”

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