Baycroft Great Baddow has been selected as a finalist in the Best New Care Home category of the care home ‘Oscars’, the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards, which comes with a £500 donation for a local charity. Baycroft chose to support The J’s Hospice.
Sophie Baker, Sales and Marketing Manager at Baycroft, said:
“Everyone at Baycroft is delighted that our success will help such an important local charity to the community of Chelmsford and beyond. Baycroft and The J’s are both dedicated to giving people and their families the best care and quality of life at the most difficult time so it makes sense to support them.”
Zoe Butler, Community Fundraiser at The J’s said: “We cannot thank Baycroft enough for thinking of us as their chosen charity, their continued support since 2016 has provided The J’s with much needed funding to continue our care. The J’s provides hospice and respite care for young adults aged 16-40 living with the life limiting and life-threatening conditions across Essex and their families. This £500 donation really will make a huge difference to our patients and their families, we really appreciate it.”
Nomination for the Pinders Awards is a major achievement for a newcomer to the care home market. The award submission included a description of the home’s key objectives and how these have been achieved with reference to aspects such as resident comfort/wellbeing/choice, design features and innovation, meeting market requirements and aesthetic features.
The residential, nursing and dementia home offers its 64 residents their own bespoke en-suite bedroom within luxury surroundings and hotel standard services, including an on-site cinema, library, hair salon, activities room, entertainment room for visiting children, spa treatment room and gym. Residents can also enjoy the beautifully landscaped garden and a luxury dining area where fresh, locally sourced and seasonal meals are served.