Brockington House named as a finalist in the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2020
Brockington House is delighted to have been named as a finalist in the Pinders Healthcare Awards for 2020.
The prestigious award recognises the very best in all care-related properties and seeks to acknowledge the contribution these properties make to the wellbeing and quality of life for those in their care.
The panel of judges include experienced healthcare valuers, architects, developers, lenders and care operators who take into consideration the architectural standards and innovation of the properties, how well the establishments recognise the needs and desires of the residents in its design and the quality of care achieved through the quality of design.
Despite only being open a few months, Brockington House is already in the running for the award.
CEO of Dormy Care Communities, Helen Davies-Parsons, is thrilled that Brockington House is one of the named finalists.
“I am incredibly proud that Brockington House has been nominated as a finalist for this award!
“Since opening its doors just a few months ago, the home has already achieved a 10/10 rating on leading online care guide, carehome.co.uk, and to now be a finalist in the Pinders Healthcare awards is just fantastic!
“So much work and planning has gone into making the home a beautiful and safe place to live.
“Everything has been carefully considered and designed to support the older person. From the dementia friendly signage to the memory boxes, wheelchair friendly gardens, button covered handrails, themed areas and state-of-the-art technology, there are so many little touches that help our ladies and gentlemen live independently.
“To receive recognition of all that hard work is truly gratifying.”
The award ceremony will take place on 11th March, with the winners being announced that afternoon.