Momentum is building for the new £10 million pound care home being developed by Health & Social Care providers, N. Notaro Homes Ltd in Bridgwater, Somerset.
The new Italian named home, Casa Di Lusso (translated means ‘House of Luxury), is scheduled to open in October 2016 and has been gathering plenty of interest from both people wishing to work in the home and those interested for their loved ones. The internal designs have now been finalised and Notaro Homes have given us a sneaky peak at what fabulous facilities the home will provide for individuals living with both dementia and nursing needs.
The home will feature 9 living areas each with their own kitchenette, 66 ensuite bedrooms and 22 care suites with ensuite. A garden room and sun room will bring the outside in, with large windows allowing natural light to flood in. Both the decor and features reflecting the nature of the rooms and items and displays of reminiscence. Other facilities include a cinema room and a modern, elegant cafe. The home will also feature something that in recent years, has become a bit of a trademark for the new homes built by Notaro Homes, a petting farm. The farm will be home to a number of animals, from rabbits to alpacas and provides residents with a great distraction and companionship.
The home, being built by The Midas Group is due to open in October of this year and is currently 5 weeks ahead of schedule. The home will provide the surrounding area with over 140 jobs in full operation. This will be the 11th home owned by family-owned business, N. Notaro Homes Ltd, whom have been operating across the South West for over 30 years.
“We are proud to be bringing a care home with all the latest in care home technology and design to Bridgwater” says Sharon Warren, PR Manager, “coupled with great facilities, activities, a strong staff team who receive continuous training and development and wonderful home cooked food, we are expecting this home to really champion what great dementia care is all about in the area”.