Southport’s Benridge Care Group give Asmall Hall a makeover
Asmall Hall will be undertaking major refurbishments; the care home is under the new ownership of Benridge Care Group, who aim to make vast changes and improvements to the Hall and the care it provides for residents. Benridge Care Group already own two care homes in the Southport area, Benridge EMI Residential Care Home and Good Companions EMI Residential Care Home. They finalised their acquisition of Asmall Hall on 14th September, and have big plans for the 17th century Manor House. The Hall provides Nursing & Residential Care and specialises in Dementia, and following previous disappointing inspections from the CQC (Care Quality Commissions), Benridge, the family run care group, intend to turn the place around, giving the hall a complete re-vamp and refining the care provided to its residents.
Owners of Benridge Care Group, Mr and Mrs McLaughlin, strive to progress the services and care offered for their residents and their families. As a company they endeavour to maintain their reputation throughout the care industry. The manager for the group Lisa Connolly says “We want to give Asmall Hall a complete makeover! – Provide the residents with care to the highest of standards and maintain and expand our reputation within the industry. Asmall Hall will be a great challenge and we are fully committed to succeed”
Work is ongoing to create improvements to management, paperwork and the building, Benridge hope to utilise all the beautiful grounds around the hall and build links with the surrounding communities. “We hope to shape the start of a positive future for the historical Asmall Hall.”
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