MHA claybourne residential care home

Organization Description: 

MHA (Methodist homes for the aged) is a charity providing a range of high quality care homes, accommodation and support services for older people throughout Britain. MHA is is one of the UK's leading care providers for older people and has been established for over 65 years, founded in 1943 by the methodist church for all those who need support in older age, regardless of their backgroung or belief.
Claybourne residential home is part of the MHA group and we lay special emphasis on enabling older people to live fulfilled and independent lives and in our work we seek to demonstrate respect for individuals believing that a fulfilled life is one that has meaning and purpose.

stoke-on-trent, st6 6la
Mission Statement: 

Our mission is 'to improve the quality of life for older people, inspired by Christian concern'. Our services are open to all in need.

What's Special about MHA

Our services for older people are:

Founded on love, compassion and respect for each individual
Well-managed and professional
Focussed on nurturing a person's spiritual and physical well-being

It is this combination which we believe makes MHA special.

Our Values

We will strive for excellence in everything we do
We will meet everyone's spiritual needs along with their other needs.
We will respect every person as a unique individual
We will treat others with the dignity we wish for ourselves
We will encourage personal growth and development
We will care for one another especially the most frail and vulnerable
We will be open and fair in all our dealings

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

MHA places a real emphasis on encouraging continued meaning and purpose in each older person's life, our care and support plans facilitate personal time spent doing enjoyable activities and pursuits to promote spiritual, as well as physical, well-being.
A chaplaincy service is available to all our homes and schemes to support older people and staff pastorally.
Regular worship services are provided and support to those residents with a faith.
We have developed an end of life care resource and provide training to offer sensitive and essential support to residents and relatives as older people approach the final stages of life.

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