Leading health and social care provider Radis has taken over the care provision at a Sanctuary Supported Living service in Cheltenham.
Radis will now be offering care and support to the residents at Middleton House in Leckhampton.
The retirement community gives Gloucestershire’s older residents, and those with long-term care needs, the option to live independently with the reassurance of on-site care in their own homes should they need it.
Tracey Milligan, retirement communities manager for Sanctuary Supported Living at Middleton House, said: “Everyone deserves to enjoy an active, fulfilling and independent retirement but we know that for some people, living in their own home can be difficult to manage sometimes – and it can be lonely!
“At Middleton House, residents can enjoy the best of both worlds, living in their own apartment but with the peace of mind that new friends are never far away, and that a dedicated team is on hand 24 hours a day.”
The group operations director at Radis, Paula Hoggarth said: “We put people at the core of the work we do and we’re really looking forward to delivering outstanding care to the people of Cheltenham.
“We will continue to build a strong sense of community where residents can benefit from our services and live with choice, control, and independence”.
Middleton House offers its residents a full range of support including housing management, correspondence and general household maintenance from the Sanctuary Supported Living team and in-house care for specific health conditions, mobility issues or personal care, from Radis.
Middleton House provides apartments and communal facilities for people over 55 or those with long-term care needs.
Residents have access to bright and airy communal areas, fully-accessible lifts to all floors, attractive decor and furnishings, accessible landscaped gardens, freshly prepared and seasonal food in the onsite restaurant, and regular social events and activities.
Tracey Milligan said: “We are looking forward to working with Radis who share our commitment to putting people first, supporting residents to live more independently and providing the best care and support”.
For more information about living at Middleton House call 01242 235 665 for an application form or contact Cheltenham Borough Council’s adult social care team.
Middleton House provides residences to anyone with a local connection to the area, including those in receipt of housing benefit.
Radis is now recruiting additional staff to support the residents at Middleton House, for more information visit www.radis.co.uk/careers