A family owned care operator has acquired a Hertfordshire nursing home, and plans to transform the home over the next couple of years.
Acacia Care, who also own a luxury residential home in Nottingham, has recently taken over Chalfont Court and will be carrying out a major internal refurbishment bringing it to the same standard as their existing home.
Prior to refurbishment works, Acacia Care will be looking to improve local links, supporting community engagement and helping residents and staff to form relationships with groups and businesses in the area.
Chalfont Court is a 42-bed home, specialising in nursing and dementia care, situated at the heart of Rickmansworth.
Jay Patel, owner of Acacia Care, commented: “We are delighted to be taking over Chalfont Court and have some ambitious plans to improve the quality of the care and the environment of the home.
“Our existing care home, Acorn House, provides a real home from home atmosphere, and we want Chalfont Court residents to also benefit from this type of luxurious and cosy atmosphere. We also look forward to welcoming the community into our home.”
In addition to refurbishment and community engagement, the group will be looking to further improve the quality of care provided at Chalfont Court, as well as provide a weekly programme of personalised wellbeing activities.
Acacia Care is a family owned business with over 17 years experience in the care home industry.