An estimated 1 billion people around the world are disabled.
At Morris Care we offer a wide range of specialist disability care and provide you or your loved one with the best care to support individual needs. With the most comfortable surroundings and round the clock care, we ensure anyone will have a meaningful, fulfilling and safe time with us.
Available at our care homes
About Disability Care
Our disability care homes, equipment and highly skilled staff allow us to offer first rate quality care for those living with a wide range of disabilities and needs in Shropshire and Cheshire.
We offer individually tailored therapy, including regular physiotherapy sessions to maintain movement, and activity programmes to ensure every resident maintains a sense of independence as best they can, and live fulfilling and rewarding lives.
Our nursing and care teams are trained to deliver the highest standards of care for the complex symptoms experienced by our residents. We also offer specialist care and support for younger individuals with physical disabilities.
We provide nursing lead care with sensitive support for people with a wide range of challenges and requirements, including:
- Acquired Brain Injuries
- Complex care
- Artificial ventilation
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Wide variety of medical conditions
If you would like to speak to one of us about your needs then please do contact us and we will be happy to talk you through our bespoke care programmes.
Get in touch
Telephone:0345 515 0013
Did you know?
March at Morris Care
As we look forward to spring, March brings some exciting social activities and clubs for our residents to enjoy.
How to keep warm in winter
Just as we thought spring was approaching, temperatures across Shropshire and Cheshire are set to plummet this weekend and over the course of next week, with temperatures reaching as low as -8°C in the middle of the day. A cold snap referred to as “beast from the east” is set to plunge temperatures in the UK below freezing as cold air makes its way over from Siberia.
Bilingualism and Dementia
Various studies state that learning a second language is much easier when you are younger and in the “critical period”, when your brain is more absorbent. This could be the reason why many of us shy away from taking on the challenge of learning another language in our later years, because we think it will be too hard or too time consuming.