The official opening event at Kings Park in Ferndown took place on Friday 10 September.
General manager, Helen Lacey, and homes services advisor, Lucy Lester, hosted members of the local community and invited them to look around the impressive new care home which is now welcoming its first residents.
At Kings Park, the friendly team provides bespoke residential, dementia and respite care in beautiful surroundings, with home-cooked meals prepared by talented chefs, a café for socialising and enjoying freshly baked treats and a choice of life-enrichment activities to add joy and laughter to each day.
Helen Lacey said: “We are delighted our home is now open, our residents are at the heart of everything we do at Kings Park, and we look forward to welcoming them and their families, and delivering best-in-sector personalised care.
“We take pride in really getting to know each of our residents to provide tailored care and support, ensuring dignity and choice in every aspect of daily life.”
Speaking at the opening event, VIP guest Paul Kinvig, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and local facilitator and connector, said: “Kings Park has a stated intention of being an active part of the wider community of Ferndown. The community are welcome here through the various activities that take place and the residents are encouraged to play a part in the wider community. I am certain Kings Park is going to be an excellent addition to our town and that the staff and residents will enrich all our lives. I am really looking forward to getting to know everyone.”
If you are considering care for yourself or for a loved one, the expert team at Kings Park are available to answer any questions you may have about what life will be like at the care home and the types of support on offer. Please call 01202 863630 to book an appointment.
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