Our mission – to improve the quality of life for older people
MHA 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.
Three key factors help to make us special:
- Compassionate care and respect for each individual
The entire MHA team – our staff members, volunteers and leaders – are motivated by a vocation to care. We show respect for the uniqueness of each individual. Every MHA care service is supported by a dedicated Chaplain to 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. Focusing on the individual wishes of all care home residents, we pride ourselves in being able to facilitate personal and memorable opportunities and activities through our unique Seize The Day initiative. Our specialist dementia care recognises each person as an individual. We provide the highest quality care to preserve dignity, treat people with respect and promote independence. 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.
2.Nurturing a person’s body, mind and spirit
Our attention to the spirit and personality of those we serve sets MHA apart from other care providers. Instilled in our values and behaviours, inspired by Christian Concern, we are uniquely able to understand and deliver the need for spiritual sustenance, bringing meaning and purpose to life.
3. Professional standards
MHA is operated with effective governance in order to deliver a service that exceed the expectations of our 18,000 residents and members.As one of the very few not-for-profit care providers, we have the privilege to reinvest any surplus to ensure the care and support we provide is among the very best in the UK.
- Hull and District Live at Home
- Field Court, York Retirement Living
- Mickle Hill, Pickering Retirement Community
- Priceholme, Scarborough Residential Care Home
- Willersley House, Willerby Residential Care Home
If you would like any more information about MHA to include then please get in touch.
- Kate Le Sueur, Head of Chaplaincy -North
- Methodist Homes
- 07484 516570
Further information about the work of MHA, their care homes, and resources for churches, can be found on their website