Home Care Homes Luxury care home opens in Norwich

Luxury care home opens in Norwich

by Kirsty Kirsty

A luxury care home has opened in Norwich offering residential, dementia and respite care for residents in comfortable and enjoyable surroundings.

Broadlands Lodge, operated by Danforth Care Homes, has opened its doors for 66 residents, delivering outstanding care in state-of-the-art facilities.

Located near picturesque Elm Hill, the home has been designed with residents’ lifestyles in mind, with opportunities to embrace the sensory garden, on-site beauty and hair salon, cinema, library and coffee shops to name a few.

“Exceptional care is at the forefront of everything we do, and Broadlands Lodge will be a true asset to the community in Norwich. We’ve designed the home to be a comfortable and safe space for residents to live their lives, enjoying everyday activities such as going to a coffee shop or getting a book out of the library.” Says Sotak Robinson, Care Manager at Broadlands Lodge.

The home, which has 66 rooms, each with en-suite wet room facilities, along with smart TVs and mini fridges, is designed to be spacious, safe and comfortable for every resident.

The opening has created 60 jobs for local people, and the home is managed by a dedicated home manager, who has over 30 years’ experience in the care industry, gaining a wealth of qualifications whilst working as a Registered Manager in residential and dementia care homes.

“We’re committed to providing the highest quality care to our residents, in a space where they can live in comfort while feeling valued and safe” says Sotak.

“We cater for each residents’ individual needs, while offering a space which encourages independence and a home-like atmosphere. We welcome residents’ families to join them regularly in meals or trips to the on-site coffee shops and cinema rooms, so they can continue living their lives to the fullest” says Sotak.

Broadlands Lodge Care Home is part of Danforth Care Home Group, who aim to open 15 more state of the art care homes across the country in the next 15 months. These purpose-built luxury facilities will be created with the enjoyment and comfort of the residents in mind.

They are also at the forefront of innovation when it comes to energy saving care homes, on a path to zero-carbon consumption and self-generation of power, with homes fitted with solar panels. Each home will have its own dedicated team, including experienced home manager and luxury on site chef.

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