Loveday was delighted to be featured in The Times Luxury Section in an article about the smartest homes to grow old in.
The feature, which likens Loveday to a luxury hotel, explores the career of Laurence Geller, Loveday’s Chairman, who spent his career in hospitality, operating and owning luxury hotels; an experience which he draws upon in bringing the very highest quality of life and standards for Loveday Members.
The article highlights the design details of Loveday residences, where everything has been considered to ensure the homes are dementia friendly as well as beautifully designed to cater to the unique needs of all and optimise physical and mental health.
Remaining true to its luxury hospitality foundations Loveday’s award-winning culinary team is praised for menus and dining options. The medical services which are noted as ‘second to none’ along with the bespoke care protocols including palliative, respite and home care are also highlighted, something we are immensely proud of, especially as we see the impact this has on our Members and their families.
We are proud to be pioneering senior and memory care at Loveday, providing best-in-class care and hospitality tailored to each individual.
Read the full article on The Times website.
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