Our Care Homes
With Morris Care homes in Shropshire and one in Cheshire, you can choose exactly the right location for your loved one. Whether you’re looking for a care home that’s local, a home set in beautiful surroundings or simply a place that offers an exceptional quality of care, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for here.
Discover our nursing homes in the heart of Shrewsbury and Telford, close to local facilities and transport links, or get fantastic views of the Shropshire Hills with residential care in Bridgnorth or All Stretton. Alternatively, visit our Cheshire care home, Corbrook Park, which is within easy reach of Wrexham and Stoke-on-Trent.
Elderly residents can enjoy their retirement with en-suite bathrooms, cinema rooms, daily newspapers and a home-away-from-home feel. We also cater for younger people with disabilities and those who need to recover after an injury or illness. Click below to find out about the attractive gardens of Wellington Court or the conservatory at Oldbury Grange, and all the other facilities and features of our care homes.
We offer a range of services, from convalescent to palliative care, and we’re particularly proud of our specialist dementia facilities in Audlem and All Stretton. Although they all have their unique charms, our nursing homes have one thing in common – quality care, 24 hours a day.
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.