About Methodist Homes (MHA)
As a national charity, we enable people to live later life well. Through 90 specialist care homes, 70 thriving retirement living and 62 vibrant community groups and befriending, we inspire the best care and wellbeing at every stage of later life. With over 75 years’ experience we put people at the heart of everything we do in all our homes and schemes –
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We are MHA: Live Later Life Well
As a national charity, we enable people to live later life well. Through 90 specialist care homes, 70 thriving retirement living and 62 vibrant community groups and befriending, we inspire the best care and wellbeing at every stage of later life.
What Makes Us Special
MHA is an award-winning charity providing care, accommodation and support services for over 18,000 older people throughout the UK. We are one of the most well-respected care providers in the sector and amongst the largest charities in Britain, providing services to older people for 75 years. Our approach places great importance on the spirituality of those we care for, as well as their physical health and emotional wellbeing. We create opportunities for older people - of all faiths and none - to gain peace, fulfilment and meaning in their lives.
MHA Care Homes: Live Later Life Well
Our care begins with our residents and their individual, personal needs. Whether it's residential, nursing or dementia care, with MHA our residents and their loved ones can be confident of our rich history of delivering some of the most highly rated, person-centred care in the sector. What's more, each of our care homes also has its own weekly activity programme, as well as regular outings, a 'Seize the Day' scheme and the presence of a dedicated chaplain. Activities are diverse and we offer a range to suit resident's tastes, interests and abilities. Our dementia care homes also provide award-winning music therapy to help alleviate the isolation and symptoms that are experienced by those living with dementia.
MHA Music Therapy
MHA is a leading provider of music therapy in dementia care. Music therapy helps to alleviate isolation and the symptoms for those living with dementia by helping to unlock special memories and express emotions and feelings that other forms of communication cannot, even if the individual is no longer able to speak or respond to other people’s words.
MHA Chaplaincy - Care of the Spirit
We pride ourselves that every MHA care service is supported by a dedicated Chaplain, who may come from a range of denominations. Some are ordained ministers and others are lay people. Chaplains provide a listening presence, companionship and one-to-one pastoral support for all residents, their friends and relatives, and staff members - irrespective of their beliefs - and organise worship for those who wish to participate. Where appropriate, residents are encouraged to maintain links with local faith communities. Our Chaplain's adopt a person-centred approach and deliver support with warmth, compassion, humour, mutual respect, strength and hope, aiming to inspire and provide stimulation to those we serve.