Henley Manor Care Home in Mill Lane has been shortlisted for a prestigious design award.
The home was built by Savista Developments and owned by Hallmark Care Homes, has been shortlisted in the ‘Best Innovation and Environmental’ category at the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards.
The national awards ceremony, first established in 1999, seeks to acknowledge the contribution made by designers, architects and the owners of care homes, hospitals and other care schemes to the well-being and quality of life for those in their care.
The home boasts many innovative designs and features, such as a state-of-the-art falls monitoring system, activities room with sensory table, interactive waterproof smart tv’s in assisted bathrooms, as well as sensory pathways throughout the home and gardens and a nutrition and hydration station.
The home has also been designed with many environmental considerations, such as electric car charging ports, a CHP boiler unit, wildlife friendly planting and in line boilers to increase efficiency.
General Manager at Henley Manor Care Home, Ellie Faramarzian said: “I am delighted that Henley Manor has been shortlisted at the Pinders National Healthcare Design Awards.
“Our team are always looking for new, innovative ways to increase the wellbeing of residents and we’re looking forward to celebrating that.”
Managing Director of Hallmark Care Homes, Aneurin Brown said: “We are delighted to once again be shortlisted at the prestigious Pinders Healthcare Design Awards.
“An enormous amount of hard work, dedication and passion has gone into creating this beautiful facility. Being shortlisted for this award is a wonderful acknowledgement of all that effort.”
The winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in Westminster on the 16th March.