A SOLIHULL care home has joined forces with a national charity to offer respite to unpaid carers.
Blossomfield Rose care home has opened its doors to the Carers Trust in an endeavour to offer respite and support to those caring for loved ones at home.
The collaboration offers the charity the use of the home’s state-of-the-art facilities for monthly meet-ups, relaxation days and the opportunity to connect with fellow carers.
Michelle Stoddard, a spokesperson from The Carers Trust, said: “We would like to say a big thank you to Blossomfield Rose for allowing us to use their venue for a variety of activities.
“Using their beautiful facilities has been a real treat for us, and as a charity, community partnerships such as this make a big difference in helping us to provide support for our carers.
“We would also like to thank the staff at the home, who do an amazing job of looking after us on our visits. We look forward to continuing our work together.”
By providing a serene and comfortable environment, the care home aims to contribute to the wellbeing of caregivers who often find solace in connecting with others who share similar experiences.
Bo Micu, Blossomfield Rose’s home manager, said: “We’re pleased to be able to join forces with such an important charity in our sector, creating an environment that prioritises the wellbeing of our residents but also extends our care to those who tirelessly support their loved ones at home.
“We are delighted to be part of their journey and look forward to making a positive impact together.”
Visit macccare.com/our-homes/blossomfield-rose/ for more on Blossomfield Rose, which is run by The Macc Care Group.
Go to carers.org for more on The Carers’ Trust.