The Chace Care Home, Malvern - Worcestershire
The Chace Care Home has been owned and managed by the ‘Reeley family’ for nearly 40 years, providing award winning care in a beautiful area of Malvern. We pride ourselves on creating a relaxed and homely environment, where our residents can always feel safe and secure. This may be in one of our warm and welcoming living rooms, our informal dining room, or our conservatory area for a quiet read. There is always somewhere our residents can enjoy spending time.
Our care is truly person-centred, offering the highest quality of life long Dementia Care which enables our residents to have fulfilling lives, whether that’s continuing their passion for gardening or their love of golf. We pride ourselves on focusing on the well being of each individual and continuing their lifelong interests.
Hopefully, our website answers some of the questions you may have, however our team are always on hand to answer any queries you may have. Do take a look at our ‘Gallery’ and ‘News’ as this will give you an insight into life at The Chace. Please don’t hesitate to call us for a chat or to arrange a time to visit us to see why we are different.
Being the one to put my mum into a care home was one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make in my life but now seeing how well my mum is cared for and looked after, all the staff are excellent with her, it has put my mind at ease. I cannot thank everyone enough for all of the hard work they have done and are doing. My mum is so happy there, she doesn’t ever want to leave. My mum has always got a smile on her face now, which I didn’t think I’d ever see again. Thank you to all at The Chace for your excellent work and your excellent care.
“We are very happy with the choice we made as all the team are so thoughtful, kind and caring in so many ways. All our visits are unannounced and it doesn’t seem to matter when we arrive Mum is happily pottering about and keen to organise any nearby member of the team to provide her and us with cups of tea and cake, which they always kindly do, whilst getting on with their own duties.”