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Jubilee Court, Stevenage Officially Opens
10 July 2012
£6 million development Jubilee Court, Quantum Cares new care home in Stevenage, has been officially opened by the Stevenage Mayor – County Councillor John Lloyd. The new 90 bed home will provide much needed contemporary living spaces for older people in the local area.
The joint project with Hertfordshire County Council provides a spectrum of care for residents including residential, dementia and intermediate care all within a modern and comfortable environment.
Jubilee Court features the Quantum Care Plaza which includes a Best Friends Cafe, hairdressers, shop and children’s play area as well as six lounge/diners, each with its own kitchenette, helping to reflect a domestic environment. The home offers full kitchen and laundry facilities as well as dedicated and comfortable quiet areas.
Pozzoni designed, the home features six households each benefiting from its own bedrooms, kitchenettes, social and living areas. A comfortable, contemporary feel has been achieved reflecting the effort and attention to detail of the development.
All bedrooms are en-suite with Internet connectivity, telephone points, nurse call systems and flat screen televisions with integral DVD players. Outside, the landscaped gardens offer meandering walkways through the grounds with occasional seating areas, a small copse, a number of patios and raised vegetable planting areas for keen gardeners.
Maria Ball, Chief Executive of Quantum Care said “this is a really exciting project and we are really pleased to be working in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council to provide such a high standard of accommodation for older people in Stevenage”.
Jubilee Court, coupled with the expert care provided by Quantum Care, represents a significant contribution to the care of older people within Stevenage.
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