Com­ing soon, a new con­cept in re­tire­ment liv­ing

Evening Express (City Final) - Home Life - - FAMILY LIVING -

It’s a fa­mil­iar story....as we get older, for many there will come a time when ev­ery­day liv­ing in our own home starts to be­come a prob­lem and a pos­si­ble move to res­i­den­tial care rears its head. This can prove to be par­tic­u­larly unattrac­tive, not least be­cause of a loss of in­de­pen­dence. But now there is an­other pos­si­ble so­lu­tion, Mc­Carthy & Stone’s new As­sisted Liv­ing de­vel­op­ment that is com­ing soon to Cults. Mc­Carthy & Stone As­sisted Liv­ing en­ables home own­er­ship to be re­tained, thereby pre­serv­ing your cap­i­tal and the flex­i­ble sup­port ser­vices avail­able can help res­i­dents main­tain the in­de­pen­dence we all value.

Flex­i­ble sup­port ser­vices

Lunch is served ev­ery day in the waitress ser­vice restau­rant and meals can even be brought to your apart­ment in the event of ill­ness. One hour’s do­mes­tic as­sis­tance is in­cluded in the ser­vice charge but this ser­vice is to­tally flex­i­ble and ex­tra as­sis­tance can be pur­chased to meet ei­ther long or short term needs. The same ap­plies to per­sonal care which is also avail­able, from the ap­pointed care agency.

Tai­lor-made fa­cil­i­ties

The fa­cil­i­ties have been de­signed to en­sure that you can do ev­ery­thing that you would do in your own home, but far more eas­ily. The apart­ments have a fit­ted kitchen, a level ac­cess shower in ad­di­tion to a bath and full wheel­chair ac­cess. Fa­cil­i­ties also in­clude a laun­dry and res­i­dents’ lounge where you can so­cialise with fel­low res­i­dents if you wish. For en­ter­tain­ing vis­i­tors, there is a func­tion room and a ho­tel style guest suite that is avail­able if ex­tra help is needed to put up friends or fam­ily.

Se­cu­rity brings peace of mind

Se­cu­rity is of­ten a par­tic­u­lar concern for the older home­buyer. The de­vel­op­ment will ben­e­fit from ad­vanced se­cu­rity sys­tems like a 24-hour emer­gency call ser­vice and CCTV at the main en­trance.

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