Residents and relatives have been able to enjoy a little bit of peace and quiet in style, as Stocks Hall Care Home in Ormskirk, Lancashire unveiled its new Tranquility Room.
The renovated project of an existing conservatory has taken 4 months to complete was officially opened by Edna Adams, 95 who lives at the Care Home.
A celebration afternoon tea was held to mark the occasion and celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Edna Adams, Resident says “It’s such an honour to open this wonderful room, a lot of hard work and dedication has gone into this renovation. Thanks to everyone at the Home for creating this special place for us to all enjoy together.”
The Tranquility Room has been painted and decorated in relaxing colours, has comfortable chairs and gentle and calming music is available if requested. A sky view roof has also been installed, allowing visitors to visually relax and enjoy the room with a view.
Geraldine Ball, Manager of the Home says “We felt we wanted to create something that would benefit as many people as possible, that would promote wellbeing and make a difference to everyday lives.”
“It is a lovely room, and you do feel nice and calm once you leave it. It will certainly enhance the quality of life for those living at the Home and their family members.”