Top Five Attributes of Quality Care Homes

At Morris Care we pride ourselves on providing quality care and maintaining high standards within our residential care homes. So here are our top five features of quality care homes – and we’ve got them all covered!


Each of our residential care homes are a true reflection of our core values and our mission statement is totally embedded into the culture of Morris Care. “A dedication to providing professional, kind and compassionate nursing care where residents’ health, happiness and wellbeing are at the heart of everything we do”.


We feel that day to day life should be enjoyable and this is why for each of our care homes we have a designated Social Life Coordinator to arrange activities to keep our residents motivated and entertained. They say variety is the spice of life so we include everything from gardening, to five star restaurant evenings, summer BBQs, quizzes and heaps more!


It is essential that the environment is clean, safe and catered to specific requirements. That’s why each of our residential care homes are specifically designed to suit resident’s needs to make them feel at home. At Corbrook Park in Audlem we have adopted pioneering ideas from the University of Stirling’s leading dementia architecture and design specialists, to create a safe and homely environment for those living with dementia.


Buildings themselves do not just appear and care does not just happen.  It is people that do this and over the past 25 years we have been fortunate to have worked with amazing professionals including a multitude of Health Professionals who have helped and advised us over the years.


We are care industry experts in providing short-term convalescent care, palliative care, respite and dementia care. From working closely with the CQC and professionals in the area we are able to maintain our high standards of quality care and clinical excellence.

For more information on the residential care services that we provide at Morris Care, Call 01743 232005 or Email your enquiry to [email protected].

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