Accrington Care Home is further improving its high quality service with a major refurbishment programme.
The refurbishment will allow Pathways Northwest to strengthen its commitment to promoting hope and optimism among residents.
Pathways Northwest is dedicated to helping its service users work toward independence and autonomy, even when long-term support may be needed.
Both kitchen and dining room have undergone a complete overhaul in order to create a significantly brighter and more homely atmosphere, so the rooms become even more of a pleasure for residents to live in.
Claire Mason, Director of Pathways Northwest, said: “We are extremely excited and looking forward to many happy meals in our new, modern space.”
The revamp involves knocking down walls, putting down wiring and having plumbing installed to make way for a bright, modern kitchen.
Residents will possess their own secure storage cupboards, with the capacity for a large amount of food.
There will also be two large electric ovens and a six gas burner hob – creating a huge amount of space for cooking large meals.
Also integrated within the kitchen will be other cutting-edge appliances including a modern fridge, freezer, washing machine and dryer.
The dining room will be completely re-painted in bright, coordinated colours.
Accrington Care Home, situated on Whalley Road, is a five bed mental health care home, situated a short walk from the town centre, accommodating five adults with long term mental health problems.
It accommodates both male and female residents aged 18 to 65 and includes a spacious end terrace garden.