Charity invests £1.5 million in refurbishment for Falmouth care home

Leading national charity MHA has announced the completion of a £1.5 million revamp of its Langholme care home in Falmouth. The upgraded facilities will benefit older people needing residential care and specialist dementia care in the area for years to come and coincides with the Prime Minister’s praise for  Falmouth in its work to become a ‘dementia friendly’ town.

For the first time ever Langholme, which has been operated by MHA since 1969, will now offer 20 places for dementia care in addition to 20 places for residential care. Dementia care is one of MHA’s key specialisms, with staff receiving specialist training, and a major emphasis placed on finding outlets for residents’ self-expression and creativity.

Home Manager, Pat Bagley, said, “The project has been two and a half years in the making but it has been worth every moment of the wait. Every area of the home has been revamped and upgraded, all rooms are now e -suite and we now even have a coffee shop. Not only do we have brand new facilities but for the first time in its history Langholme will now be able to welcome people with dementia, which is great news for local families who are affected by the condition.”

Pat added, “If anyone is interested in inquiring about residency, or opportunities for volunteering at Langholme, they are very welcome to get in touch on 01326 314512 or by emailing”

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