Marchglen nears completion

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

Marchglen, a new care home in Clackmannanshire, Scotland, for people with learning and physical disabilities, is scheduled to be completed at the end of June. Developed by independent provider Caring Homes, Marchglen will be equipped with sophisticated medical equipment normally only available in hospitals. It will also offer a wide range of facilities designed to provide residents with the highest possible level of independence and quality of life, including those residents with neurological conditions or those who have suffered brain injury. The facility will include a gymnasium, a sensory suite, an internet café, a hairdressing salon, a complementary therapy centre and a well-stocked shop run by the Red Cross. Divided into four separate houses, the care centre will also include a day care facility, workshop and a full time occupational therapist. Jackie Morrison, Caring Homes’ regional manager for Scotland said Marchglen was the way forward in specialist residential care. “As far as I know it is fairl

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