Brunelcare builds another very sheltered housing scheme


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Work has begun on Brunelcare’s new very sheltered housing development for older people with dementia in Bishopsworth, Bristol.

Consisting of 28 one and 38 two-bedroom apartments, the development will offer communal facilities including a restaurant, laundry, shop, internet café, assisted bathrooms and a therapy room. Brunelcare’s expertise in older people’s services, and keen attention to detail, has been used in the design of the tailored services that will look to reach 600 people per year.


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